Battle Royale players statistics, matchs history, store, news and PVE Info for Fortnite provided by www.fortnitefrance.eu
whatoplay is a video game discovery platform that aggregates and curates gaming data from around the world
Gets the current game prices from a variety of stores and tells you which store has the cheapest price.
Apex Legends Stats API, match history, server status, news, map rotation, shop and more !
OFFICIAL documentation for theapinetwork.com > FortniteAPI.com Version 2. ### 1. Fortnite API console You can manage your API on our console, the link to our console is [https://console.fortniteapi.com](https://console.fortniteapi.com) ### 2. Getting started Pass your Authorization token using the header **'Authorization'**, or using a GET parameter called **'authorization'**. You can get an Authorization token on our website, listed at the top of this page. ### 3. API version Your API token will automaticly have Version 2 (V2) as default, you can change this in your console. **Note: This will be aplied on all endpoints**. You can also choose to use a header to change the API version. >Discord server: [https://discord.gg/8zPBaCQ](https://discord.gg/8zPBaCQ) >Twitter: [https://twitter.com/fortniteapi](https://twitter.com/fortniteapi) [https://fortniteapi.com](https://fortniteapi.com)
API to generate a minesweeper board given table dimensions and a wanted number of bombs. Happy mine-sweeping!
MMO Games API - By MMOBomb! Access programmatically the best Multiplayer Online Games, News and Giveaways!
Game Giveaway Tracker API powered by GamerPower.com! Access programmatically the best giveaways in gaming!
CheapShark is a price comparison website for digital PC Games. We keep track of prices across multiple stores including Steam, GreenManGaming, Fanatical, and many others.
Create, solve, verify. Output to html, image and PDF for newspapers and magazines. Full documentation at: https://myv.at/api/sudoku/
The Zelda API is a cool open-source API that provides information about the greatest game franchise out there: The Legend of Zelda. This API is open, so it doesn't require an API key to use it. Also, please give us a star on our official GitHub repository, and feel free to post issues there.
Many different types of APIs exist in the gaming world. Some tap into game servers and output data that enables research of the game and user statistics. Others offer full-fledged modification of settings and content and allow these rules and alterations to be shared between users.
Gaming APIs tap into game servers and allow users to create accounts and subscriptions, access statistics, and analyze gameplay action.
Specific gaming APIs can also be used to develop third-party applications that affect the game environment itself, such as modifying player outfits and abilities, adding maps, events, rewards, and much more.
Finally, there are game aggregator APIs that tap into many databases and curates global gaming statistics.
A game API acts as an intermediary between user’s operating systems and game databases. These APIs allow for sharing of data, rules, settings, and more between software and applications.
Developers who wish to break into the multimillion-dollar gaming world without creating one of their own can design APIs that tap into already-popular games. Likewise, enthusiasts that create websites about their favorite games can tap into APIs to show their visitors statistics about users and gameplay.
Finally, gamers benefit from the additional options made available to them through third-party applications that make use of the many gaming APIs open to developers.
Games are a favorite pastime for millions of people, creating an outlet to get away from the stressors of everyday life. Gaming APIs tap into the vast databases and servers that run the games, providing all of the information necessary to quench a gamer’s interest in the statistics of their favorites.
Likewise, game APIs provide a way to make these games more exciting and keep their audiences coming back for more playtime by adding extra features and enhancements that are not available in the stock versions.
A gaming API should adhere to strict parameters that do not divulge the personal details of any player without the user’s express permission. Furthermore, APIs that add enhancements, such as upgraded game packs, should not break the game itself and allow for normal play.
Developers need to look for APIs and SDKs that tap into the game server endpoints they require for their applications and consider the devices on which their audience plays. In addition, for cross-platform games, they need to ensure their applications will work across all systems.
All Gaming APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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