- BlueStacks announced BlueStacks Inside, a developer SDK to quickly publish mobile games to PC.
- The new SDK enables mobile developers to publish their titles on Steam and other computer stores.
- Mobile games published via BlueStacks do not require the delivery of work and features such as a native computer title.
BlueStacks is the emulator of choice for people who want to run Android games and apps on PC. The team behind the emulator has many features with it last updatebut its latest initiative promises to bring many games steam.
The company announced BlueStacks Inside today, which is a "one-click SDK" for developers to quickly publish their mobile games to computer stores (e.g. variance, steam). The team added that this process does not require work, which should theoretically encourage cash-strapped or budget-conscious mobile developers to start on the computer as well.
More specifically, the company said developers using BlueStacks Inside will have access to the usual steam features such as the community hub, Steam Wallet payment, promotions, curators, and collection features. The game also runs in its own native window, with no BlueStacks brands.
What else do you know about BlueStacks Inside?
BlueStacks concludes that the initial list of developers starting games with BlueStacks Inside includes KOG, Funplus and Fabled Game Studio. But how does the company make money from this endeavor? The team says it will take a percentage of revenue from in-app purchases while also charging an "integration fee".
"We eliminate the need for separate development teams just to bring mobile games to a computer. When published with BlueStacks, a player downloading the game through Steam gets the full game experience. This is not BlueStacks, it's not steam, it's a computer game, "company chief executive Rosen Sharma said in a press release.
One important question we have is whether developers can add PC exclusive features (e.g., advanced graphics options) to this process or if it also requires the features of the mobile game to be implemented. & Nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; N BlueStacks representative said, "Games will be up to date in the same condition as they appear on the app stores on the cell phone, indicating that PC exclusive features will not be available.
We also wonder if there is any quality control of any party, especially since Steam has been criticized for content tracking and quality control in the past. The representative said Android Authority that content must follow Steam's policy. Shovelware It's probably not out of the question, but it also opens doors to quality ports with little effort.