Game engines and libraries deliver core functionality when building the foundations of an Android game. Some of these SDKs provide specific game features like leaderboards, audio solutions, cloud saving or multiplayer solutions, while others offer a fully integrated development engine.
This overview of Android game SDKs provides you with the most-used and well-known libraries used in numerous Android games including Unity 3D, FMOD, Cocos2D-X and Google Play Games Services.
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The FMOD Ex sound system is a revolutionary audio engine for game developers, multimedia developers…
Unity is a feature rich, fully integrated development engine for the creation of interactive 3D con…
Provides achievements, leaderboards, multiplayer support, and cloud storage.
Cocos2d-x is an open-source mobile 2D game framework written in C++.
prime31 Unity plugins provide an easy way to incorporate Android native features into your applicat…
The libgdx project is a cross-platform game development library written in Java with some JNI code …
Android libraries by Soomla, an open-source company and community of mobile developers.
A cross-platform software development library for multimedia that runs on Android, iOS, Linux, macO…
AndEngine is a free Android 2D OpenGL Game Engine.
Cross-platform game development framework
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Cocos2d is an open-source mobile 2D game framework.
Social gaming network for both Android and iOS, see global leaderboards and unlock achievements.
Adds leaderboards, asynchronous multiplayer and other social features to games.
Add leaderboards, achievements, monetization, and social features to mobile games and apps.