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Free Game Development Tools For Novice Game Creators

Ready to start making your first game? Developer Thomas Glare examines the capabilities and limitations of many freely available game development tools.

5 Mistakes Students Make With Their First Game

Sheffield College game design lecturer Stuart Lilford identifies five common mistakes that students make when developing their first game, along with potential fixes.

I Am Overburdened: Development Recap And Sales Analysis

Tamás Karsai looks back on the development of his roguelike RPG I Am Overburdened, breaking down his project in terms of hours worked and sales performance.

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.

Results From Game Design Challenge: Public Domain Inspiration

Game Career Guide's readers tackle the public domain in January's Game Design Challenge, proposing new and creative takes on classic works of film and literature.

Game Design Challenge: Your Cheatin' Heart

Can you design a game in which cheating is not only allowed, but is actually encouraged? Test your skills in February's Game Design Challenge!

Visions Of A QA Degree In Video Games

Industry veteran Alex Dorans examines the potential for a QA degree plan, outlining the core skills and disciplines needed for a successful career in testing.

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  • Visions Of A QA Degree In Video Games [02.15.18]
  • img Industry veteran Alex Dorans examines the potential for a QA degree plan, outlining the core skills and disciplines needed for a successful career in testing.
  • Red Flags On The Job Hunt: Student Edition [02.08.18]
  • img Looking for a stable job in the games industry? Sheridan College game design student Meagan Byrne lists several warning signs common to untrustworthy employers.
  • platinum University of California, Santa Cruz --Santa Cruz, CA 
  • UC Santa Cruz was the first University of California campus to offer an undergraduate games degree. Its Bachelor of Science, Computer Science in Computer Game Design provides a rigorous education in computer science in concert with courses specifically on