Games Design and Development Courses
Train2Game brings you the world’s first blended learning courses, specifically designed for the games industry. Offering a full range of courses to learn how to be a Games Designer, Games Developer, Games Artist & Animator or Games QA Tester. We provide students with the opportunity to gain the right skills required by the fast-paced, dynamic interactive video games industry.
In addition to a love of games, students of our Computer Game QA and Level Designer course will have the extra drive, aptitude and the ambition to go beyond just playing; they will have a desire to analyse, deconstruct and improve games across multiple genres and platforms and display real aspirations to become part of this most exciting and dynamic of industries.
The Games Designer courses provide a solid grounding in the world of games design, from conceptualisation through to writing detailed background stories. The courses move from the basic concepts of games design through to more challenging areas such as game play mechanics controls and interface. If you have vision, drive, belief and good communication skills then this may be the course for you.
The Games Developer courses teach current game development processes using all of the latest technologies. Games programming is a specialist field requiring commitment and discipline, which is key to building success in any career. The Games Developer courses teach valuable gaming techniques delivered over 34 lessons taking you from the basics of games development through to 3D games programming.
The Artist and Animator courses have been designed to provide a clear understanding of how to use games industry applications such as Adobe Photoshop and 3ds Max. These courses will take you from the basics of Photoshop and 3ds Max to the more advanced principles of animation, visual effects, games environments, texturing and beyond.
This is not a course for pure gaming fanatics. In addition to a love of games, students of our Computer Games QA course will need the extra drive, aptitude and the ambition to go beyond just playing; they must have a desire to analyse, deconstruct and improve games across multiple genres and platforms and display real aspirations to become part of this most exciting and dynamic of industries.
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