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    GameMaker development for PC: get started

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    Use this topic to prepare your GameMaker game for publishing to the Microsoft Store.

    Required software

    The following tools and SDKs need to be installed to use GameMaker Studio 2 with the GDK:

    • VS2019
    • GDK
    • CMAKE
      • Be sure to set the installer to update the system paths or the extension project will not be able to find CMake.

    Up to date Gaming Runtime Services (GRTS) and PC Bootstrapper

    Starting with the May 2202 GRTS release, a PC Bootstrapper has been added to the PC game launch experience. The PC Bootstrapper is presented during side-loaded development workflows and when an installed MSIXVC packaged title is launched in Retail scenarios and launches before the game itself launches. The PC Bootstrapper has a dependency on the Gaming RunTime Service (GRTS) that is distributed automatically to all Windows 10/11 PCs. If GRTS is out of date on your development PC, it can generate an error (E_FAIL) when attempting to sign in.

    To make sure you have the c# redirectstandarderror exception version of Gaming Services on your PC:

    1. Verify your Windows 10/11 developer environment is set to RETAIL mode and not in a developer sandbox.
    2. Close all other games and apps.
    3. Use this link to go to the Microsoft Store page for Microsoft Gaming Services (and select "More details" to expand the Store page if needed): https://www.microsoft.com/store/productId/9MWPM2CQNLHN
    4. Ensure it is current and does not tell you it needs updating.
    5. Also, game maker studio error creating stand alone, go to the Library view in the Microsoft Store app to update all apps fatal directx error code 15 components.

    GameMaker Studio 2

    If you don't already have GameMaker Studio 2 installed, download and install it from https://www.yoyogames.com/.

    GameMaker Studio 2 - GDK Extension

    The GameMaker Studio 2 GDK Extension is required to use the GDK with GameMaker Studio 2.
    The source for the GameMaker Studio 2 GDK Extension and setup instructions for it are available here:
    https://github.com/YoYoGames/GDKExtension

    Follow the steps listed in the README file at the root of the repo. When cloning the GDKExtension repo be sure to use the --recurse-submodules switch to include the submodules or required files will be missing when you try to build the solution.

    The extension has a building guide and quick start guide under GDK_Project_GMS2/datafiles/GDK_Extension_Documentation.pdf. The guide includes documentation of the GDK extension APIs for Game Maker Studio.

    Building the GDK Extension

    Once you have all the required software and have cloned the Game Maker Studio 2 GDK Extension repo, you can build the extension using Visual Studio 2019 and the GDKExtension.sln under the DLL subdirectory of the extension repo. For detailed building instructions, see the building guide under GDK_Project_GMS2/datafiles/GDK_Extension_Documentation.pdf.

    Creating a product in Partner Center

    Before you can test Xbox services functionality or publish a game to the Microsoft Store, you need to create your Xbox Live-enabled product in Partner Center. For more information about Partner Center, see Setting up an app or game in Partner Center, for Managed Partners.

    Testing the GDK Extension

    The GDK Extension repo has a sample project to demonstrate integration of the GDK plugin with a Game Maker Studio 2 project. The sample project file can be found under GDK_Project_GMS2/GDK_Project_GMS2.ypp. When you build the sample project (Build->Create Executable) you'll need to select the Package as Zip option so you have access to the MSIXVC package required for installing the app. Using Package as Installer will not produce an MSIXVC package and the app will not be able to properly access Xbox Runtime error 202 pascal the build finishes, it will open a File Explorer window containing the created .zip file and a subdirectory with the same name as the package which contains the MSIXVC package. Looking in the Game Maker Runtime error 3260 output window you will also see a line with the output path for the MSIXVC package. For example:

    To run the sample project so that it has access to Xbox Services you will need to install the package using with the name of your package. For example:

    Once the package has been installed you can launch it using the Windows button.

    Updating MicrosoftGame.config

    The sample project uses a default MicrosoftGame.config file. To test the sample or your own GameMaker Studio project with your project's Partner Center configuration information you'll need to update the MicrosoftGame.config file.

    The sample's config file can be found in GDK_Project_GMS2\datafiles\MicrosoftGame.config.

    In order to use Xbox services functionality you need to update your project's MicrosoftGame.config with your Partner Center project identity details.

    1. Go to the Partner Center dashboard.
    2. Select your game from the list of products.
    3. Select the Game setup tab, and then select Identity details.
    4. Select Show Details to expand the Identity details section.
    5. Use the following values from the table in the Identity details section, and then copy those values from Partner Center into the corresponding element and field in MicrosoftGame.config.
    Name in Partner CenterMicrosoftGame.config
    Xbox Title IDTitleId
    Package/Identity/NameIdentity->Name
    Package/Identity/PublisherIdentity->Publisher
    Xbox Services -> Xbox Settings -> MSAAppIdMSAAppId

    For example, the following identity details in Partner Center would result in your MicrosoftGame.config looking like the sample bellow:

    Name in Partner CenterExample value
    Xbox Title ID64353034
    Package/Identity/Name41336MicrosoftATG.Achievements2017Redux
    Package/Identity/PublisherCN=A4954634-DF4B-47C7-AB70-D3215D246AF1
    Xbox Services -> Xbox Settings -> MSAAppId0000000000000000

    See MicrosoftGame.config overview for additional information on the values in MicrosoftGame.config.

    Integrating the GDK extension into your own project

    Once you've built the GameMaker Studio GDK extension and successfully tested the sample project you'll be ready to stdin error 0 backtrack 5 the extension functionality into your own project.

    At a minimum, game maker studio error creating stand alone, your project needs to call the following functions to integrate with the GDK:

    • gdk_init needs to be called to initialize the GDK. The gdk_init function needs to be called before any other GDK functionality can be used.
    • gdk_update needs to be called once each frame while the GDK is active.
    • gdk_quit needs to be called to clean up once your project is done using the GDK and no other GDK functionality will be used.

    In addition, the GDK extension has the following modules providing access to GDK functionality:

    • Base Module provide functions controlling user/account selection for the player.
    • Storage Module provides functions controlling loading and saving data associated with a user.
    • Xbox Live Module provides functions to use features from Xbox services including stats, leaderboards, achievements, and rich presence.
    • In-App Purchases Module provides functions controlling making user purchases in your project.

    The guide included in the extension repo provides documentation for the GDK functions in the GDK Extension APIs section. You can find the guide in GDK_Project_GMS2/datafiles/GDK_Extension_Documentation.pdf.

    Testing Xbox services in your game

    In order to test Xbox services functionality in your game such as achievements, you need to use a sandbox and test accounts with access to that sandbox.

    Creating a test account

    To test any Xbox services features in your game you'll need to create test accounts that have access to your development sandbox. For sql server error 500 about creating test accounts, see Creating test accounts.

    Switching your sandbox

    After you've created a test account, game maker studio error creating stand alone, use the account to access your sandbox by using the following steps.

    1. To find your sandbox ID, go to Partner Center.
    2. Select Xbox Live, and then select Gameplay Settings.

    Note

    Your sandbox ID is on the first tab, and it's named like "ABCDEF.0".

    1. Open the Start menu.
    2. Enter Microsoft GDK Command Prompts, and then select Enter on your keyboard.
    3. Open the first command prompt.
    4. In the command prompt, enter XblPCSandbox.exe [your sandbox ID].
    5. After the command prompt launches several apps, sign in with your test account to the Xbox App.

    If you're able to sign in successfully, you've created a test account and changed to your sandbox to begin testing.

    For more information on sandboxes see Xbox Live Sandboxes overview.

    Publishing

    In order to be ready to publish your game, you need to:

    • Have finished integrating your game with the GDK
    • Updated your MicrosoftGame.config file with the correct values from the project you created in Partner Center
    • Create an MSIXVC package using Package as Zip in GameMaker Studio

    After you've completed those two requirements, you're ready to publish. To submit your game, go to Partner Center and follow the instructions in the UI.

    Legacy GM [SOLVED] "Error Creating Stand-alone: Can't find valid runner-data" GM 8.1 Pro

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    I was trying to compile a game, and it claims that it can't find valid runner-data. Any idea why? I'm not very an error occurred youtube firefox in this area, so.

    Could someone help? Thanks :)
    i might be late, but near the end of 8.1's life they introduced a bug which causes it to randomly corrupt a few bytes of the rundata file. You can't avoid it, but you can simply grab a fresh rundata file from the 8.1 installer.

    i use a batch file to replace rundata with a backup when it gets corrupted.
    i might be late, game maker studio error creating stand alone, but near the end of 8.1's life game maker studio error creating stand alone introduced a bug which causes it to randomly corrupt oryol anti terror few bytes of the rundata file. You can't avoid it, but you can simply grab a fresh rundata file from the 8.1 installer.

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    Windows Thread, GameMaker Fatal Error: Can't create/open/write to LOG file: TraceIDE.log in Technical; Hi, I've been using GameMaker-Studio here installed on a network shared drive for some time now. Running it like this .
    1. 25th April 2016, 04:59 Game maker studio error creating stand alone src="https://awscdn.cdngeek.com/img/a/vb/reputation/reputation_green.gif?v=423b4-22a8b22" alt="">randle's Avatar
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      GameMaker Fatal Error: Can't create/open/write to LOG file: TraceIDE.log

      Hi,

      I've been using GameMaker-Studio here installed on a network shared drive for some time now. Running it like this requires permissions to be set on 'C:\ProgramData\GameMake-Studio' (modify for everyone or a specific group if preferred).

      This has been working fine up until recently upgrading to version 1.4.x. Now when running this I get the message:

      Fatal Error: Can't create/open/write to LOG file:
      (C:\ProgramData\\EFFB7C5CC5C5959F00D2915.\TraceI DE.log)
      This file and directory MUST be writeable by all users.
      As mentioned, the permissions have been set appropriately and have double-checked this. I have noticed that the path in the error appears to missing the "GameMaker-Studio" dir and instead uses "" but don't know whether this is simply to shorten the path for the message! The GUID folder mentioned does exist in the full path so am inclined to think this is the case.

      Annoyingly this works fine for a domain admin so pretty sure it's a permissions-based issue.

      I have monitored the C drive for any activity and have noticed that the file "c:\Windows\Prefetch\GAMEMAKER-STUDIO.EXE-A2CB424E.pf" is modified and this only had permissions for the local administrators group but unfortunately didn't appear to make a difference.Thought I was onto something there!

      Any ideas?

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    hello, i hope to help you.
    i had the same problem, but the solution that i found was:
    go to "C:\ProgramData\GameMake-Studio" and delete the folder with long name (many number and some letters)
    once you do this, open again "Game Maker" and should work normally.

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    Hi, thanks for replying. I'd already tried this but unfortunately didn't make a difference. YoYo Games support ended up creating a modified version that worked for us. They couldn't tell me what the issue was but maybe they simply removed the permissions check or just suppressed the message.

    Regardless, we're back in action. Thanks again

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    I'm wondering if this is similar to an issue I am facing, game maker studio error creating stand alone. We have to apply the permissions needed and this is easy enough.

    However, there seems to be some sort of folder duplication going on, game maker studio error creating stand alone. If I run as admin, everything is fine. If I use a test pupil account we have problems.

    Within ProgramData\GameMaker-Studio a unique folder is created per user. But an exact copy of this is also created at the top level of ProgramData. Very annoying.

    I am wondering if this is what is causing the software not to work properly. As an example, under admin I can see demo games, under standard user game maker studio error creating stand alone demo does not load.

    If you are still in the same role as in 2016 Randle could we have a chat over email?

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    Hi, I left education a couple of years back so wonÂ’t be of any use most likely, however, as mentioned in my last post, YoYo games provided a customised version which addressed all issues. Have you got in touch with them?



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