A game designer is in the right place to answer this question, says game designer Anil Kashyap.
But what’s the right game design course?
This week’s game design column offers some pointers to help you make the right choice.
Read moreAnil Kashylap, a game designer, is a senior lecturer at the University of Delhi.
He is a member of the department of game design at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
He is the author of a number of books, including “The Essential Game Design Course” and “Game Design: An Introduction to Strategy”.
His courses have been available for free since 2008, but they were not available for purchase online till this year.
They are available on mobile apps and in video formats.
The courses have also been published in print formats, with the latest edition available on March 2.
“I started my course back in 2010.
But I never thought I would ever have this opportunity,” Kashylaps explains.
“I’m so thankful that I am able to share the course with all of my students.
I would love to share more of the course and make it available to anyone.”
Kashylaps’ students are mostly aspiring game designers and they have found the course useful.
He explains, “There are two parts to a game design class.
The first part is the tutorial, which is really fun to take.
And then there’s the practical exercises, which are great for learning and practicing how to design games in a way that feels fun and rewarding.”
The course also includes lectures, videos, and exercises.
For these, he recommends studying the game design textbook.
“The textbook provides the framework for game design, so students can practice their skills,” Kashyaps says.
“But the textbook also has all the resources for making their own games.
It also provides tools for the students to make their own game.”
Read moreIn a world of digital platforms, Kashyalas students are always looking for a game that feels authentic and authentic experiences.
And the game designers at his institute are looking for games that offer a realistic experience.
Kashyap has taught the course in Delhi for almost a decade and says, “The way I think about game design is that I want to bring the real world to life.
In other words, I want the games to be made in real life.
I want my students to feel like they are being part of the real game.”