Deals: Want To Design Games? Get 1 Year Unlimited Access To Premium Training

If you love gaming, why not consider tinkering with game design? It’s creative, fun, and it doesn’t have to take a long time to learn. In fact, you could start making your own games in only a few hours with a 1 Year All Access Pass to the School of Game Design, offered to Kotaku Australia readers at hundreds of dollars off the regular price.

Join the thousands of students who have already learned the secrets of success with the School of Game Design. A 1 Year All Access Pass includes more than 100 hours of step by step instruction plus guidance from industry professionals that anyone — even beginners — can use to design 2D and 3D games. This package is just $106 AUD [$79 USD], but only for a limited time.

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You'll be using: • Unity3D (free download) • Autodesk Maya (free download for registered students via the Autodesk website) • Autodesk Mudbox (free download for registered students via the Autodesk website) • Autodesk 3D Studio Max (free download for registered students via the Autodesk website) • GameSalad (15 day free trial, $19/month to buy w/ no contracts)

Each of the School of Game Design's dedicated instructors are currently working in the game industry. That’s how you know the training you receive with them is current and relevant to modern game design techniques. Their instructors have a minimum of 15 years of game design experience and have taught at major game design studios like Ubisoft, Activision, and EA. They are experts at what they do and are passionate about teaching the latest tools and techniques in a way that is fun and easy to understand.

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