Whether we start at game concept or you deliver creative direction, we stand ready to deliver full projects of the highest caliber
We’ve aggregated all the development disciplines represented within Amber (art, design, engineering, production, data science) to provide a comprehensive and scalable solution for operating live services, which optimizes user engagement and revenue flow.
Want to increase your project’s delivery velocity or to add additional features to your MVP without jeopardizing your deadlines? We stand ready to augment your team’s delivery capacity.
We offer Quality Assurance, Quality Engineering, Localization QA, Translation and Customer Support – a comprehensive set of solutions for your full development life cycle
We provide lightning-fast specialized services such as Engineering / Porting, Level Design or Art services, for a large array of platforms, devices and markets. We’ll help you scale your product with top quality results.
This is what we do
Work @ Amber
Amber’s staff hails from Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Gameloft, King, Bandai Namco, Disney and others. We have deep expertise in product development, cross-platform deployment, parallel launch strategies, user experience optimization, free-to-play monetization systems, data science and live operations.
We’ve delivered complex projects on all major platforms, such as iOS, Google Play, Amazon, PC, Mac, Smart TVs, Smartwatches, VR, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch. We’ve used multiple development frameworks and utilities such as Unity, Unreal, Cocos 2Dx or custom engines and we’re prepared to deploy projects to Google Stadia.
Quality Assurance. Customer Support. Custom Development. Co-Development.
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We firmly believe in cooperation among industry peers and setting global best practices. That is why we created a series of free whitepapers, tackling issues, tasks, projects and services from the Game Dev World.
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