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The eSports industry has grown rapidly with thousands if not millions of interested individuals joining the market in the last couple of years. Companies have invested in creating games that not only entertain, but educate and even market a product as a way to keep up with the times.
Nowadays, it’s not rare to meet people who want to pursue a career or a hobby in gaming or game development. If you’re one of those individuals who have a passion for gaming but don’t know where to start, then this bundle may be for you.
Get in-depth learning materials from seasoned experts and bring that game you’ve always dreamt of to life with The Beginner’s Guide to Game Development Bundle. This bundle is packed with 8 courses and over 350 lessons that you can take to kickstart your journey into game development. Whether you’re a rookie game developer, a student that’s looking to get more knowledge and improve their skills, or perhaps a seasoned professional, each course comes with on-demand lifetime access that you can come back to when you need it.
With this bundle, you’ll be able to create your first game in no time. You can expect to get master the basics of AR and VR that bring out immersive experiences to players of every age and bring different worlds and universes to life using different coding methods and platforms such as Adobe and Three.JS. You’ll learn how to create multiplayer games that are perfect for groups that like to game together. You’ll also get to grips with developing great-looking and engaging games that do not lose any crispness if taken from mobile phone size to large screen TV.
All these courses are taught by Nicholas Lever, a seasoned game developer who has worked for the BBC, Johnson and Johnson, Deloitte, Mars Corporation, and many other blue-chip clients.
The Beginner’s Guide to Game Development Bundle usually retails for $1,600, but you can get it on sale for $29.99 for a limited time. That’s only less than $8 per course.
Prices subject to change.
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