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gitlab-ci-multi-runner, you can place them anywhere you want
gitlab-ci-multi-runnerwill boot them up when it's requested by gitlab CI
Amazon Lumberyard is a free AAA game engine deeply integrated with AWS and Twitch – with full source.
Lumberyard is free, including source. We make money when you use other AWS services. We built Lumberyard to make it faster and easier to build fantastic live, multiplayer, community-driven games – which naturally connect to the cloud to provide these features to players. However, there is no requirement to connect your game to the cloud. There are also no seat fees, subscription fees, or requirements to share revenue. You pay only for the infrastructure resources you choose to use.
well, there's my answer :P
For full licensing details, see Licensing below.
funny, that link doesn't work for me XD
Q. Can I take Lumberyard and make my own game engine and distribute it?
No. While you may maintain an internal version of Lumberyard that you have modified, you may not distribute that modified version in source code form, or as a freestanding game engine to third parties. You also may not use Lumberyard to distribute your own game engine, to make improvements to another game engine, or otherwise compete with Lumberyard or Amazon GameLift.
Q. Can my game use an alternate web service instead of AWS?
No. If your game servers use a non-AWS alternate web service, we obviously don’t make any money, and it’s more difficult for us to support future development of Lumberyard. By “alternate web service” we mean any non-AWS web service that is similar to or can act as a replacement for Amazon EC2, Amazon Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon RDS, Amazon S3, Amazon EBS, Amazon EC2 Container Service, or Amazon GameLift. You can use hardware you own and operate for your game servers.
well there goes my idea lol
You can use hardware you own and operate for your game servers.
Well, apparently this is still allowed
/achievement/daily/tomorrowwas activated? I’m trying to clean up my data.
ahrg. that struggle when you've just finished a project and you can't decide which next... >.<
Easy solution: Don’t finish anything.
already got a well tested library in there? :P