Have you considered the possibility of taking your passion for gaming and turning it into a long and successful career?
Now a multi-billion dollar industry, there are many gaming career options to choose from, both on the technical and creative sides of the field. If you have the commitment, skills and drive to immerse yourself in the world of video games, the possibilities are endless.
Are you brimming with ideas for video games? If so a video game designer could be the career for you. In this job, you’ll come up with the concepts that eventually become video games. You’ll develop the storylines and characters, then work with a creative team of designers and developers through the game production process to bring your game to life.
Game design is becoming ever more complex, so an accredited Games Art and Design course is essential in making this career a reality.
Software Developer and Game Programmer
As a software developer and computer programmer, you’ll turn the games designer’s vision into a playable and controllable game. The more technical side of games design, you’ll use programming languages and ‘engines’ to enhance game play. Developers design the software that make games work the way the designers have envisioned, while programmers use problem-solving skills to create the code that turns the games designers’ ideas into instructions that video game systems can read.
Gain a deep understanding of the theory, design and practical skills you’ll need to become a successful software developer and game programmer with our Games Technology course.
Have you ever thought about what goes into how a game sounds? That’s where the audio engineer comes in. They use computers and electrical sound equipment to create everything you hear in a game, from sound effects to ambient noise, background music and voice-overs. Sound has become a huge part of the gaming experience, so if you’re passionate about audio and creating the perfect ambience, becoming an audio engineer could be the prefect gaming career for you.