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05/29/2020
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Budapest / Hungary, May 29th 2020: GTOGG is proud to announce GamePsy, an easy-to-use, general-purpose multiplayer API intended to help developers create their own multiplayer games. By using the API, developers gain easy access to a development infrastructure that will aid them in building the project of their dreams the way they want to. What’s more, GamePsy is currently available completely free of charge.

About GamePsy:

GamePsy is a developer platform for building multiplayer games. It covers all multiplayer functionalities, from host finding and matchmaking to lobby management, chat and several additional in-game functions.

Multiplayer functions out of the box include:

  • User authentication
  • Matchmaking
  • Game hosting
  • Host browsing
  • Lobby management
  • In-game data-flow & communication

About GTOGG:

GTOGG is an entertainment website with a goal to shed light on the artistic merits of video games. Our mission is not only to popularize indie (that is, independently developed and published) and non-mainstream video games, but also to create an intellectual gaming community. We have long since had an interest in the independent video gaming scene, and the creation of GamePsy is just one of the ways in which we hope to support and engage with the community. We have also kept in touch with several indie developers, and reported on – as well as reviewed – numerous titles over the years.