Interesting Game Career Websites
Here is a list of the most interesting game career advice/resource Websites users of this forum know. Let us know if there are some missing!
Game Career Guide (Obviously!)
Game Developer Magazine
IGDA Breaking In
The Games Game
Darius Kazemi's Networking Advice (Tiny Subversions)
Game Dev Map
Blitz Games Studio - GameON
50 Books for Everyone in the Games Industry
Scientific Ninja's Thoughts on Game Schools
The Designer’s Notebook
General Game Design
The 400 Project
Deeply Random Thoughts
Applied Game Design
GIGnews - Designers
Google Groups Game Design
Patrick Curry’s Thoughts on Game Design
Engineering Game Development
Essential Math for Games Programmers
AI Game Development
Tips for Aspiring Game Artists
Game Industry Grunts
The Elusive Demo Portfolio
http://cliffyb.com/rants/ut-ld-tips.shtml <-- also contains layout tips
http://3dbuzz.com/vbforum/sv_dl_tr.php <-- modeling and such.
Level Design Reads:
http://www.crymod.com/uploads/tutorials ... Design.pdf <-- A .PDF file.
http://www.slothy.com/composite/MP_101.doc <-- a .doc file.
The following Users have contributed to this thread: Macro Roy, Zooch.
Awesome list! Thank you for sharing this with us Marco!
Don't forget Game Politics and GamesIndustry.biz. Furthermore, it might be more clear if you label Tiny Subversions as Darius Kazemi's Networking Advice (Tiny Subversions).
Done, thanks Adrir!
http://www.blitzgames.com/gameon/ there's a lot of information and resources on this site too!
Heh, I like how I'm valuable, but not quite invaluable. :)
Hahah, I would mark you as invaluable, your advice helped me stick out at GDC and meet a ton of people. Including you though I never introduced myself, I worked your session in February in my bright pink shirt.
And on top of that it helped me get a job in the industry so I would say a big you are valuable Thank You. :)
In one or two years, every convention will be flooded with bright-colored t-shirts. Then it will be really difficult to stand out. I call dibs on the Yellow Submarine outfit. (I have this great idea for a periscope that will be able to actually raise and lower.)
There you go Darius ;) I don't really know why I didn't put your blog with the invaluables at first.
Grant, I totally know who you are. I did get your business card, and you DO link my website from yours.
Haha. Oops I forgot about giving you that. :)
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