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How to become a Game Designer : Getting started

Discussion in 'Game Design' started by Bit-Winchester, May 19, 2017.

  1. Bit-Winchester

    Bit-Winchester

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    Hey guys, I made a quick video to hopefully help with how to become a game designer. Sometimes it can feel overwhelming or we can through ourselves head first into technical before we have an understanding of fundamentals that make great designers. Hope this helps a few people out there that are just getting started. Cheers!

    You can watch the video here:
     
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  2. uncle-iroh

    uncle-iroh

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    i have a hard time with computers..but have a brilliant idea for a collaborated game, the marketing that would go into the design, a small amount of paperwork and illustrations ive come up with for algorithm and overall concepts and functionality (with lots of room for change and input)..I GUESS MY QUESTION IS ..are there any roles in this industry for a person who just conceptualizes and discusses with a team, who would be able to convey and apply my idea into game? or what level of technical skill would i have to reach to be taken seriously?.....im a father of 3..and learning coding is tough and time consuming for me..and feel that if i were just to talk with a team of experts, they could mainline this project into fruition..the concept would easy to explain, for the idea of all the mechanics and function already exist in other games, card games , ect..