- [Voiceover] I hope this course has pointed out…what an exciting and rewarding career…being a game programmer can be.…A game can't exist, let alone be a hit,…without the hard work and skill of the game programmers.…I've already talked about the various languages and skills…needed by game programmers.…However, I wanted to leave you with some actionable task…that will get you started towards a career…in game programming immediately.…First, check out our library of courses…that focus on game programming,…game engine scripting,…and introductory courses to various programming languages.…
Some courses I would recommend you take a look at are:…Unreal Essential Training by Craig Barr,…C# Essential Training by David Gassner,…Scripting Unity with C# by Kelley Hecker,…and Creating Mobile Games with Unity, also by Kelley Hecker.…I think you'll find all these courses…to be great jumping-on points…to learning the programming languages,…skills and techniques required by game programmers.…In addition to these videos,…I'd recommend you look into gamedev.net,…
- A brief history of video games
- The phases of game development
- Roles in game development
- Essential programming, art, design, and audio skills
- Choosing a game engine
- Funding options outside the game studio system
Skill Level Beginner
Creating a Game Environment in Blender and Unitywith Darrin Lile3h 13m Intermediate
Game Design Careers with Brenda Romerowith Brenda Romero54m 41s Beginner
1. Game Studios
2. Roles in Game Development
3. Game Design and Development
4. Alternatives to the Studio Model
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