Android game developers may be interested to know that BlueStacks has announce the launch of a new SDK that will enable developers to submit existing Android games to Windows PC gaming platforms such as Steam and Discord. BlueStacks Inside is the new SDK and the company has already partnered with game developers including KOG, Funplus, and Fabled Game Studio to use the new SDK to bring their games to PC, according to Venture Beat.
“Take your gameplay to the next level with BlueStacks. As pioneers of mobile gaming on PC, BlueStacks continuously delivers the fastest gaming experience with the widest range of experience-enhancing options. Our direct partnerships with over 100 of the biggest mobile game developers as well as investments from Intel, AMD, Qualcomm, Samsung, and other technology leaders defines BlueStacks as the flagship Android gaming platform for PC.”
– Play games on Android 7.1.2 (Nougat)
– Hyper-G Graphics for uncompromising graphics
– AI-driven resource management for low-latency gaming
“With BlueStacks, you don’t have to tie yourself to a charging cable because your phone has 9% battery left or turn ‘Do Not Disturb’ on so you don’t get killed mid-battle. BlueStacks 4 brings distraction-free mobile gaming to the next level with lower memory usage, lower CPU usage, and significantly improved gaming performance.”
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