Game Development Training | Future Way


Game development refers to the process of creating video games. This includes designing the game concept, creating the game mechanics, programming the game, creating the game assets such as graphics and audio, and testing the game to ensure it is working as intended.

Game development can be broken down into different roles and responsibilities, including game designers, programmers, artists, animators, and sound designers. These roles may work together in a team or individually to create different aspects of the game.

In an Android course, you can expect to learn the following:
  • Game engines and programming languages
  • Game design principles
  • Game art and animation
  • Game physics and mechanics
  • User interface and experience
  • Audio and music
  • Storytelling and narrative
  • Multiplayer and networked games
  • Virtual and augmented reality
  • Monetization strategies and business models.
  • What is game development?
  • Types of games
  • History of game development
  • Key skills needed for game development
  • Game design principles
  • Game mechanics and systems
  • Storytelling in games
  • Level design
  • User experience (UX) design
  • Introduction to game engines (e.g., Unity, Unreal Engine)
  • Overview of game development tools (e.g., Blender, Maya, Photoshop)
  • Getting started with Unity or Unreal Engine
  • Creating a simple game project
  • Introduction to programming languages (e.g., C#, C++)
  • Game development with Unity or Unreal Engine
  • Scripting in Unity or Unreal Engine
  • Debugging and testing
  • Creating 2D game assets (e.g., sprites, backgrounds)
  • Designing game characters and animations
  • Implementing 2D game mechanics
  • Creating 3D models
  • Texturing and lighting
  • Implementing 3D game mechanics
  • Overview of mobile game development platforms (e.g., iOS, Android)
  • Developing mobile games with Unity
  • Monetization strategies for mobile games
  • Network architecture for multiplayer games
  • Implementing multiplayer functionality in games
  • Multiplayer game design considerations
  • Overview of game audio design
  • Creating sound effects and music for games
  • Implementing audio in Unity or Unreal Engine
  • Overview of game publishing platforms (e.g., Steam, App Store, Google Play)
  • Preparing your game for release
  • Marketing your game
  • Building a community around your game

By the end of our Game Develpoment training course, You'll also receive a certification that can boost your career prospects.

game development
  • 6 Month
  • Skill Level Intermediate
  • Language English
  • Certificate Yes