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Last updated: June 22, 2018

Android game frameworks

Third-party game frameworks are used for creating Android games. These app creation platforms offer a lot of functionality and ease of use for developers.

This overview of SDKs for Android game frameworks provides you with the most-used and well-known libraries used in many different apps, including SDKs like Unity 3D, Cocos2D-X, Gamemaker: Studio and Cocos2D.

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Libraries

Marketshare in: Overall, New, Top 500
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Unity is a feature rich, fully integrated development engine for the creation of interactive 3D con…
9.87% of apps
14.96% of installs
Cocos2d-x is an open-source mobile 2D game framework written in C++.
2.20% of apps
4.48% of installs
The libgdx project is a cross-platform game development library written in Java with some JNI code …
1.24% of apps
2.38% of installs
AndEngine is a free Android 2D OpenGL Game Engine.
0.57% of apps
0.62% of installs
Cross-platform game development framework
0.37% of apps
0.18% of installs
Cocos2d is an open-source mobile 2D game framework.
0.12% of apps
0.14% of installs
GameSalad is a drag and drop game platform to build 2D games with no code.
0.08% of apps
0.02% of installs
Godot Engine is a free and open-source community-driven 2D and 3D game engine.
0.01% of apps
0.01% of installs