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Member Since 01 Mar 2013
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In Topic: Where should I start learning game development?

20 December 2014 - 04:51 AM

You can also check out Unreal Engine 4. They have a special student license so it will help you with learning without paying.


Hi, I've been looking for this free license but it seems its only available to universities that have UE4 on their program. Can you tell me  where to find it?



In Topic: Degree Modules Choice

11 November 2013 - 10:54 AM

Hi frob,


Thank you for your feedback.


The confusion was generated by the fact that you mentioned 2 years, but that is clarified.





In Topic: Degree Modules Choice

10 November 2013 - 11:11 AM

Thank you for your feedback cardinal.

In Topic: Degree Modules Choice

10 November 2013 - 07:12 AM

If your goal is to write high-performance games, your best bet is probably to transfer to a different school that offers a traditional computer science degree.  The OU IT certification is a two year program. In the UK most Computer Science programs require at least 3 years to complete.


HI there,


Thanks for the reply.


However there are some things from you answer that are not interely accurate, regarding the OU you do have the computer science pathway, the only difference is in the choice of maths that you can take of which you can take two different modules, one more advanced and other less advanced.


The undergraduate degree in OU takes 3 years to complete, if you do it full time.


You have 3 years of 120 credits each and a project to terminate the degree.


However you can also take IT certificates which are a different thing, maybe that was what you were describing.


Anyways will leave the link to the 3 year undergraduate computer science degree, maybe this can clarify http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/qualification/pathways/q62-9.htm


Regarding the other information thank you.