HEY GUYS! i'm working on a game based on Adventure Time(cartoon show) but recently found out that i need rights to do it. Well, worked pretty much on the sprites, animations backgrounds and all stuff so it'll be just a lot of time spent for nothing.
And I don't want to give up on the game, I'd really love to finish it and publish for some platforms.
So may someone help me, what do I gotta do for those rights? How do I publish it legally without breaking any kind of law. Who I need to contact?
I want to start learning Level Design, so what are the main topics I have to learn about specifically? since I learn on my own, so I don't want to drop something that could be important, and if there are some suggested books or courses to start from.
Hello, I'm an aspiring game designer and doing a research paper on being a game designer for high school. Part of doing this project is getting an interview from an active game designer. I was hoping someone could help me with this, If you're interested in helping me that would be great! I just need you to answer these 5 questions.
What experience might you need for this job?
What experience might you get from this job?
What are the Hours like for this Career?
Is there anything extra that you would recommend to learn in order to get better at this job or something to learn before going to college?
Is there anything you know now that you wish you knew when starting out?
If anyone could help that would be fantastic
Hi I’m looking for a school to attend for game development and design online.
i have a large interest in wanting to learn game development and programming and design but I don’t have the time or schools close enough to me for an on campus education since my current job has me travel rather often all over the country.
id prefer one without liberal arts and get right into the core aspects of the major but it seems most schools love them way too much right now.
if anyone has any suggestions for schools to look into that would allow me to get my bachelors and be able to possibly find a job in the field please let me know
Hello all! I'm new to the forum and I'm glad to have found a lot of interesting discussions/topics!
Quick intro, I'm currently in school for Independent (indie) Video Game Design, on my last semester and the job search will start in less than 4 months (I'm nervous to say the least). I've learned a lot in school and I'm proud to say that I can make a decent game independently and market it properly. The problem is that I can do all of this, but I don't specialise in anything specific. I'm pretty good at modeling (but definitely not a pro, can only make simple clean models), okay at scripting, design isn't my strength but a big interest and I'm pretty okay at UI/UX but definitely not proficient at all.
I can't say I specialise in any of the above fields and I know that specialising in something is important in order to have a consistent portfolio and finding a job.
Should I focus on specialising on a specific field in the next 4 months (practice 24/7) in order to sell myself to employers or should I practice everything and sell myself as a Jack-of-all-trades? I really want to get a designer job as I enjoy writing GDDs and discussing design during Pre-Production but my Rational Design knowledge is weak and I've never been considered a designer in all my previous projects (always was responsible for art or UI).