Demo Project for V-Play Qt 5 Plugins
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This is the source code of the V-Play Plugin Demo which is available for free in all stores. The Plugin Demo is an open source project showcasing the usage of V-Play Plugins to integrate leading 3rd party services to your Qt based apps & games. For more information about the V-Play Plugin Demo see


Download and try the demo:

The Plugin Demo uses V-Play Plugins to add features like:

Why use V-Play Plugins for your Apps and Games?

There is no need to re-invent the wheel when integrating third party services and platform-specific functionality to your Qt 5 apps & games. V-Play plugins save you weeks in comparison with in-house development, both during implementation and later on for maintaining and updating third-party libraries.

V-Play Plugins use native, platform-specific functionality, meaning that your app seamlessly integrates with existing platform experiences. They incorporate platform-specific human interface guidelines and follow best-practices down to the detail.

Installation Instructions

This game was made with V-Play Engine. You need the engine which is freely available on for all desktop platforms. V-Play Plugins are only available starting with the V-Play Indie license and above. See for more information.

  1. Go to, register, download and install the free V-Play SDK.
  2. Clone the repository.
  3. Create a valid V-Play license key that includes all the plugins at
  4. Open the project file .pro in QtCreator (comes with V-Play SDK).
  5. Add the created license key to the App item in the Main.qml file of the project.
  6. Hit run to start the app.

Note: Some of the plugins only work on mobile platforms like Android or iOS. See to learn how to deploy a V-Play App to mobile devices.

Where to get help

If you need any help feel free to ask in the V-Play Forums or have a look at our online documentation Find more information about the V-Play Plugins Demo on including download links of the app in the stores.

Contribution guidelines

Currently there are no features open, but if you like to contribute use the code standards coming with the V-Play SDK.

Contributor list

V-Play Team


V-Play GmbH

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The app sourcecode is released under the MIT license.

Permission is NOT granted to merge, publish, distribute, sublicense and/or sell the provided image, audio and video files of this software.

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