As I am busy with my graduation, I found my mind wandering off lately thinking about the past and the choices I have made. From the moment I decided I wanted to follow a game development course until right now, where I am doing my graduation at a small company called Digital Dreams to get my bachelor degree from a game development course.
With these posts I want to give people an insight on how things went for me from start to finish and my opinion on the different aspects I encountered during this journey.
Do keep in mind that the games industry is an ever evolving industry where new strategies, technology and principles get introduced or evolved and so does this game development course. The course as it is today, is not the same in every way as it was when I started.
It was my first year.
It was all about to start and I was very excited, I was going to start learning how to make games so what’s not to be excited about?! At this point I was pretty confident because well.. I helped making a 3D engine (even though I had a hard time) and I worked through the summer to get my skill up some more. I do have to note that this was 5 years ago and some details are a bit vague, but I’m sure most of it will come back as I write!
As I mentioned in the previous post, IGAD was split up in 2 variations when I decided to enroll, programming and visual arts. I don’t think I have to explain what that means. They were also busy setting up a different variation that is now known as