Game Academy

Game Design

Time
16 weeks course
2 lessons per week
2 hours per lesson
Classroom Open
18 Jan 2018
Price
50,000

True Axion’s Game Design course has been carefully crafted to fit every major element that a prospective Game Designer student needs to learn in order to become a part of this ever-growing industry. Our abridged length of class ensures that every second of every class enforces game design principles so to immerse the student fully in professional game production. To ensure this, True Axion classes are taught by seasoned professionals who are there not to lecture, but to appropriately convey what it’s truly like to be professional Game Developers. The methods taught are tested, the principles learned are useful and the exercises are of utmost importance to bridge the gap from classroom to game studio.

What will I learn?

By the end of this course, a students who applied themselves will have the necessary skills to design and create their own games; alternatively, this student will have the skill to present and prepare a portfolio and be hired by companies seeking Game Designers.

Requirements

  • Critical thinking
  • Knowledge of mathematics is recommended
  • Software usage will be thought in this course
  • The ability to make mistakes and learn from that

Tools

  • A pen & paper
  • Management Tools and Writing Tools
  • Unreal
  • Unity
  • Various different Game Engines

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Understanding the Industry
  • Understanding Game Design
  • Game Mechanics
  • Tools
  • Crafting a User Experience
  • Storytelling
  • Your Portfolio

Instructors

Mr.Tanapon Petapanpiboon

Creative Director

Game Academy

True Axion Interactive Academy has been founded to help create a healthy ecosystem using hand-picked, local developers and giving them the tools they need to be the best. By providing our artists, designers, and programmers access to state-of-the-art facilities and an unparalleled curriculum, our students leave the Academy ready to tackle any and all challenges they face when entering the workforce.