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Building games with Google

Learn how to build games using Google products and services.

Helping you make great games

Whether you're an indie developer just starting out, working for a AAA publisher, or somewhere in between, Google has something for you. Read in-depth guides and resources to get your development up and running. Find links to services and open source projects that help you take your game to the next level.

Game server management with Agones

This guide covers how you can quickly get started using Agones to create game servers in Kubernetes.

Set up a Minecraft server on Compute Engine

Run a Minecraft server on a Compute Engine instance—a virtual machine that runs on Google's infrastructure.

Add Firebase services to your Unity project

To learn how to plug Firebase into your Unity project, check MechaHamster, a sample game that you can download from GitHub, the App Store, or the Google Play Store.
Learn about gaming and cloud topics such as architecture, hosting big data, and logging.

Playlists and codelabs

Codelab

Introduction to ARCore in Unity

  • Clayton Wilkinson
  • Updated April 8, 2019

Build a simple demo game that implements motion tracking, environmental understanding, and light estimation, so you can use these features in your own apps.

Codelab

Testing a Unity project with Firebase Test Lab for Android

  • Matthew Gray
  • Updated September 18, 2018

Learn how to test your Unity project in the Firebase Test Lab using an Android game loop.

Codelab

Build a musical game using Oboe

  • Don Turner
  • Updated November 5, 2018

Build a simple musical game using the Oboe library, a C++ library that uses the high performance audio APIs in the Android NDK.

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