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Indie Design Process: 13 Steps to Go from Idea to Coding

Looking for inspiration? This step-by-step guide from Archmages Rises creator Thomas Henshell will kickstart your creative process.

A Game Education Retrospective: Part 1

Thomas Sharpe recalls the first year of his art-focused education in detail, giving new students a glimpse at upcoming assignments and responsibilities.

Failing Like A Champ

Learning from your mistakes isn't always easy. Nathan Ranney explains how failure can be an important step toward creating better games.

Kick start your career by studying flexibly, online

Take advantage of the opportunities available in app development and build your skills by devising creative apps in both solo and co-creative contexts on this MA designed by industry experts.

How to Craft an Effective Press Release for Your Game

You've finished your game, but how should you pitch it to your audience? Antonio Santo explains how you can make media outlets notice your work and spread the word.

Tips for Path Animation in Unity

University of Ontario Institute of Technology student Samantha Stahlke shares her team's techniques for Unity path animation, which proved crucial during a recent project.

How to Showcase Your Game at Industry Events

Want to show off your work at a trade show or expo? Emilie Mavel explains how you can make your game stand out in a crowd.

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  • Failing Like A Champ [07.18.17]
  • img Learning from your mistakes isn't always easy. Nathan Ranney explains how failure can be an important step toward creating better games.
  • Tips for Path Animation in Unity [07.13.17]
  • img University of Ontario Institute of Technology student Samantha Stahlke shares her team's techniques for Unity path animation, which proved crucial during a recent project.
  • A Game Education Retrospective: Part 1 [07.11.17]
  • img Thomas Sharpe recalls the first year of his art-focused education in detail, giving new students a glimpse at upcoming assignments and responsibilities.