"In this game I'm a small cog in a well oiled machine (admittedly some of that oil is midnight one, but hey, I ain't about to complain, I really love it when I can't find taxies home, it's hilarious. Walking is good for the health thing)"--A retrospective look at beginning a career in the Egyptian game development sphere.
Ark Survival Evolved
Unreal Engine 4
No amount of hard work can shield you from failure - and yet we often only hear about the success stories. A honest and authentic look at the emotional experience of failure, and how it affects your ability to stay creative and thrive.
Making a game succeed is tough and unpredictable. No amount of hard work can shield you from failure - and yet we often only hear about the success stories. A two part look at failed Kickstarter campaign for the music sandbox game, Cadence.
Many students and parents believe that if they are interested in a career in games, then the best thing for them to pursue is a degree in “Game Design”, “Game Programming”, or “Game Art and Animation”. I share my recommendations against this thinking.
The annual Game Developer Conference is a great place to meet people in the industry. Here are some tips for people preparing to break into the industry and wanting to socialize with other game developers.
There are hundreds of game companies out there, but only the largest of them have online job websites where they list open positions. Yet, there are lots of students who find positions at small game companies who earn themselves a decent wage and some notches in their belts that can then help to propel them to better job opportunities later on.So how do you find these unlisted game internships?...
So, you're interested in becoming a computer game programmer? Congratulations! Game programming is one of the most difficult, challenging, exciting, and lucrative forms of programming. If you have a genuine talent for it, you have excellent career prospects. Imagine getting paid an entry-level salary of $35,000-$45,000 for something you actually enjoy doing. When you were a ki...