- Starts on: 15 October 2018
- Lessons Schedule: Tue, Wed, Thu 16-19
- The academy is open outside of teaching hours to allow students to work on site.
- Ends on: 30 June 2019
During year 1, students will learn fundamentals of game design and level design, both on gameplay side by analyzing in depth the different aspects of a pre-existing game, and on storytelling side.
They will also acquire the most important skills that a professional developer must have, such as analyzing game data in order to balance the game and producing design document (industry standard) to show their ideas effectively to the rest of the team.
Furthermore, students will acquire basic knowledge about game engines (Unity 3D) in order to learn how to write and read a simple code and use graphic assets.
- Introduction to Game Design
- Gameplay: Mechanics & Dynamics
Game Tuning & Data Analysis
- History of videogames
- Critical analysis of pre-existing board and digital games
- Creative writing
- Hero’s journey
- A story in three parts
- End-of-the-module project
Documentation & Pitching
- Creating adesign doc
- Tools to show ideas
Game Tuning & Data Analysis
- Game balance
- Analysis of game data
- Understanding the players
- Visual code
- World creation
- End-of-the-year project
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Specific requirements are not a committment, but it is recommended to finish high school before starting attending the academy in order to dedicate the right time to the study and practice.
The booking is not binding and it turns into a real enrollment only after paying:
- administrative annual fee of 250,00 euros.
- enrollment fee of 500,00 euros.
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By enrolling to AIV courses, participants give their consent to the cancellation and refund policies mentioned above.