Turn Your Love of Gaming into a Career with the School of Game Design

There’s nothing like playing a great video game when it comes to escaping reality and losing yourself in a more entertaining and exciting world. Whether you’re a professional gamer making hundreds of thousands of dollars playing in packed arenas, or a more casual player who kicks back with some Mario Kart after work, games always seem to make life better.

So why not combine your love of gaming and development and start creating your own games? The School of Game Design features a massive library of training materials that will teach you how to build a wide variety of games from scratch, and a lifetime membership is available for over 95% off at $59.

Even if you’ve never written a line of code or worked with a major development program before, the hands-on training in this extensive library will teach you everything you need to know in order to create best-selling games in all genres.

Led by expert instructors, your training walks you through everything from programming basics to the most advanced elements of Unity3D—gaming’s most relied-upon and popular development platform.

You’ll have access to over 120 hours of easy-to-follow instruction, and unlimited access to every piece of additional or updated training as it becomes available.

There’s an extensive support network of instructors and professional developers who can help guide you through any problems you may experience along the way, and you’ll be able to pull inspiration from thousands of dollars worth of royalty-free game art and unique textures.

Turn your love of gaming into a full-fledged career with a lifetime membership to the School of Game Design—on sale for over 95% off at $59. And when you enter the coupon code DIGITALWEEK15 at checkout you’ll knock an additional 15% off the price, bringing the final cost to $50.15.

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