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Master in Game Design & Development

ADTECH INSTITUTE
Last Update January 4, 2024
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About This Course

What is Game Design & Development?

Game design and development is the process of creating interactive digital games for various platforms, such as personal computers, gaming consoles, mobile devices, and web browsers. It involves a combination of creative and technical skills to design and build video games that are engaging, entertaining, and, in some cases, educational.

Game Design & Development in India

Game design and development in India is a growing and dynamic industry. The country has seen significant growth in the gaming sector, with numerous game development companies, independent game developers, and educational institutions offering programs related to game design and development. Here are some key aspects of the game design and development industry in India:

  1. Booming Game Industry: The gaming industry in India has experienced substantial growth in recent years, with a focus on both mobile and PC/console game development.
  2. Game Development Studios: India is home to a variety of game development studios, ranging from small indie game developers to larger companies working on global projects.
  3. Mobile Games: Mobile game development is a particularly popular segment in India. Many Indian game studios create mobile games for the global market, covering a wide range of genres.
  4. Educational Programs: Numerous universities and institutions offer programs in game design and development, providing aspiring game developers with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter the industry.
  5. Game Development Hubs: Cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, and Mumbai have emerged as game development hubs, hosting a concentration of game development companies and talent.
  6. Unity and Unreal Engine: Game engines like Unity and Unreal Engine are widely used by Indian developers, making it easier for them to create high-quality games with less reliance on custom-built engines.

 

 

Learning Objectives

User Experience (UX) Design: Explore user-centered design principles to create an intuitive and enjoyable gaming experience.
Programming: Gain expertise in programming languages commonly used in game development, such as C++, C#, or JavaScript, to implement game mechanics, graphics, physics, and AI.
Physics and Simulation: Understand how to incorporate physics engines to create realistic in-game movement, interactions, and effects.
Sound and Music: Learn to create and integrate audio elements, including music, sound effects, and voiceovers, to enhance the gaming experience.
Testing and Quality Assurance: Gain the skills to identify, report, and fix bugs, glitches, and issues in the game. This includes manual and automated testing.
Optimization: Optimize games to run smoothly on various platforms, including resource management, graphics settings, and performance improvements.
Game Prototyping: The process of creating rapid prototypes to test and refine game ideas is an essential skill. You'll learn how to quickly build and evaluate game concepts.

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Target Audience

  • Game development appeals to a diverse audience, including individuals, students, and professionals with various interests and expertise. Depending on your background and goals, you may fall into one of the following targeted audience segments in game development:

Curriculum

2h

CCC

Beginner to Advanced

UI & UX

Photoshop , Illustrator , Figma

Programming

C & C++, C#, Unity

Outsourcing

Digital Marketing

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