First of all, explain what is a gameplay in case you still don't know. Although if you look for the definition in a specialized dictionary it can give you different definitions, such as the way of interacting with the video game, what we refer to here is the definition that refers to a recorded game of a video game. This recording can be both previously recorded and live, while the game is being played, where a split screen or a miniscreen is usually shown where the player's face and what happens in the video game can be seen.
For this, already there are many tools that we can use together with our microphone, our webcam or the front camera of our mobile device in the case of Android. And it is these software applications that we will discuss in this article, to give you options to create your own gameplays while you play your favorite video games both on Android and on your desktop Linux distribution ...
- For Android: You can have the options provided by Google Play Games itself. He has an integrated option to store the recordings of the compatible games that you find in the Google Play Store. The recordings in this case will be 720p resolution. If you are not convinced by Google's service, there are other apps in the Google App Store for it, such as Kamcord. The latter even allows you to broadcast your screen live if you wish.
- For GNU / Linux: You can use both screencast programs as we have seen on some occasions to record what happens on the screen or make use of other specific applications for gameplays, such as ScreenStudio. The application is written in JAVA and therefore can be used on any system. This software is very complete and has options to even broadcast what is being recorded in streaming or integrate it with Twitch-like services.