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GameLift-Unity-game-server.cs

GameLift-Unity-game-server.cs demonstrates a basic integration of Amazon GameLift into a Unity-built game server.

/** * Copyright 2010-2019 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved. * * This file is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"). * You may not use this file except in compliance with the License. A copy of * the License is located at * * http://aws.amazon.com/apache2.0/ * * This file is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR * CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the * specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License. */ using UnityEngine; using Aws.GameLift.Server; using System.Collections.Generic; public class GameLiftServerExampleBehavior : MonoBehaviour { //This is an example of a simple integration with GameLift server SDK that makes game server //processes go active on Amazon GameLift public void Start() { //Set the port that your game service is listening on for incoming player connections (hard-coded here for simplicity) var listeningPort = 7777; //InitSDK establishes a local connection with the Amazon GameLift agent to enable //further communication. var initSDKOutcome = GameLiftServerAPI.InitSDK(); if (initSDKOutcome.Success) { ProcessParameters processParameters = new ProcessParameters( (gameSession) => { //Respond to new game session activation request. GameLift sends activation request //to the game server along with a game session object containing game properties //and other settings. Once the game server is ready to receive player connections, //invoke GameLiftServerAPI.ActivateGameSession() GameLiftServerAPI.ActivateGameSession(); }, () => { //OnProcessTerminate callback. GameLift invokes this callback before shutting down //an instance hosting this game server. It gives this game server a chance to save //its state, communicate with services, etc., before being shut down. //In this case, we simply tell GameLift we are indeed going to shut down. GameLiftServerAPI.ProcessEnding(); }, () => { //This is the HealthCheck callback. //GameLift invokes this callback every 60 seconds or so. //Here, a game server might want to check the health of dependencies and such. //Simply return true if healthy, false otherwise. //The game server has 60 seconds to respond with its health status. //GameLift will default to 'false' if the game server doesn't respond in time. //In this case, we're always healthy! return true; }, //Here, the game server tells GameLift what port it is listening on for incoming player //connections. In this example, the port is hardcoded for simplicity. Active game //that are on the same instance must have unique ports. listeningPort, new LogParameters(new List<string>() { //Here, the game server tells GameLift what set of files to upload when the game session ends. //GameLift uploads everything specified here for the developers to fetch later. "/local/game/logs/myserver.log" })); //Calling ProcessReady tells GameLift this game server is ready to receive incoming game sessions! var processReadyOutcome = GameLiftServerAPI.ProcessReady(processParameters); if (processReadyOutcome.Success) { print("ProcessReady success."); } else { print("ProcessReady failure : " + processReadyOutcome.Error.ToString()); } } else { print("InitSDK failure : " + initSDKOutcome.Error.ToString()); } } void OnApplicationQuit() { //Make sure to call GameLiftServerAPI.Destroy() when the application quits. //This resets the local connection with GameLift's agent. GameLiftServerAPI.Destroy(); } }

Sample Details

Service: gamelift

Last tested: 2018-12-12

Author: AWS

Type: full-example

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