I think I am ready to roll on my final proper game coding.
But, for an intended final product, I've been looking at the options for a real-world type dev system.
It looks like Amazon Web Services has very reasonable options for eventual monthly billing. here
I'll use the free tier.
For now, I need only the ability to put a simple page up that can load a device .io game in html and serve the game code to the player browser / device correctly.
Is that what gameLift is suited for? If I put my working .io game directory in my Godaddy space, it doesn't work. I apologize for bringing up Godaddy again. It'll be the last time, I hope. So, gamelift can serve an .htm that pulls up its .io code?
Is gamelift mainly for MMO games / games w player accounts?
I'd say that - My first game - .io game - is most similar to games like word-scapes and Drag-'n-Merge, not yet fortnite or Slither.io