- 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: 28 June 2019
Year 2 is focused on the different aspects and disciplines of design and on advanced techniques of narrative design.
Students will be introduced to some concepts from psychology, logic and biology, that are very important to understand both pre-existing theories about design and the different approaches of the players.
The core of year 2 is the Personal project, based on an original idea developed by students, who will be able to work like professional developers in a real game company in order to create a new title.
- Serious game
- Emotional games
- Open world design
- System design
- Mobile design
- Narrative and advanced creative writing
- Development cycles
- End-of-the-module project
Logic and Biology
- Logic models
- Game theory
- Advance prototyping
- World building
- Visual scripting
- Creating an original design for a new project by followinga real workflow and method
- End-of-the-module 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.
In case of payment through bank transfer, students have to send the TRN code via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Courses organised by AIV have a limited number of students. By enrolling to AIV’s courses, participants give their consent to the cancellation and refund policies.
Payments can be made through the following methods:
- In cash
- Bank trasfer addressed to:
BANCA POPOLARE DI SPOLETO
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Students have to write their forename and surname along with the name of the course they want to attend as the reason of payment operation. (ex.: John Smith, Graphics 1st Year, October 2015).
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- the address of the person who paid the bank transfer;
- the VAT or tax code of the person who paid the bank transfer;
- the TRN code of the bank transfer.
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By enrolling to AIV courses, participants give their consent to the cancellation and refund policies mentioned above.