Into the Games Industry
having a high paying job with flexible hours where you can
wear jeans to work and play games all day. Welcome to the world
of video game design!
have what it takes to become a video game designer? Have
you ever played a video game and thought to yourself:
want to be the person who thinks these things up. I want to be the person
who creates the characters, who designs the puzzles, who makes it fun to
so, the FabJob Guide to Become a Video
Game Designer is for you!
have this great idea for a game. if I could make it happen, it could be
could do better than this. I could make this game more fun, more involving
and more realistic!
you have a genuine passion for games and a creative mind
can become a games designer. By using the techniques described in this
guide, you will learn how to develop your skills and get hired
a game designer.
you want to create console or computer games or whatever genre you're interested
in, the information you'll find here will give you the edge you need
to get hired and make it in this competitive industry.
Written by Phil
Marley, who has designed video games for Playstation,
and others, this guide gives you insider advice and industry
you won't find anywhere else. You will be miles ahead of the competition
thanks to the information in this guide, including:
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which game designer talents and abilities you already have
to develop the skills you need to get hired
to get an internship
to get experience, including
add-on levels for existing games
on an online multi-player game
ways to prepare yourself, including
a game tester
expert advice from famous designers and people who hire designers.
In this part of the guide you will learn:
PLUS, you will discover:
the industry works
ways to find out about and apply for jobs
list of companies that are hiring, including contact information
to approach developers at parties
to ace a job interview
to get a job through an agency (including a list of agencies to
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to advance your career
trends in the industry
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"There will always be a shortage of good
game designers. We need all the help we can get."
- Paul O'Connor
Senior game designer for Oddworld, Paul is one of the experts who share career
advice in this FabJob guide.
"My advice to any designer going for an interview
would be to resist the temptation to talk about your own fantastic original game idea, and instead
play and get to know a couple of products from the company
that are in production or just released. Come up with some constructive ideas that
would make that game an even bigger hit. Then once you have the job and have gained the respect of your new employers you can
reveal your own ideas."
- Peter Molyneux
One of the world's leading game designers and founder of
Bullfrog, a company that is now part of Electronic Arts, Peter is one of the experts who share career
advice in this FabJob guide.
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