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September 11, 2005 at 6:11 pm #4544AnonymousInactive
hey guys, im 14 and from the capital.
im torn between doing law, doing medicne, becoming a paramedic, or becoming a games designer.
im in 3rd year, and i love my PC, i love COD, COD:UO, Americas Army, CSS,
Half life 1 & 2, and im looking froward to the release of “the movies”.
i know that im kinda young to be decidin my future, but i like to have things prepaired im not that impulsive.
ive been thinkin bout games design for a while and grownig up in a very IT efficint background, my uncle works in some PC plant, and 2 of my older mates are doing some PC course, i know loads about pc’s.
September 11, 2005 at 6:36 pm #24867AnonymousInactive
September 11, 2005 at 6:39 pm #24868AnonymousInactive
i like the idea of design as in “thinking” of the games… i once tried to write a game script for “stargate” got to mision 2 then gave up lol.
September 11, 2005 at 6:54 pm #24869AnonymousInactive
That’s called the American Dream. :wink:
Game design is tough going. You’ll have to detail every aspect of the game and how everything works. You’ll be working with the art and programming teams every day to sort out problems and whatnot. Some days you’ll be doing long hours and having little social time. It’s fantastic if you love the job, but if it’s not for you then run for the hills. Find out all you can and stay positive. It’s better than most jobs you’ll find.
Have a read of the Tom Sloper articles I showed you. He talks about how teens view the role of game designer; sitting around all day playing Half-Life while whipping the programmers to make them work faster. :twisted:
September 11, 2005 at 6:56 pm #24870AnonymousInactive
That’s called the American Dream.
Have a read of the Tom Sloper articles I showed you. He talks about how teens view the role of game designer; sitting around all day playing Half-Life while whipping the programmers to make them work faster. :twisted:[/quote:957bcd137c]
now thats the american dream, or is it the irish :?:
September 11, 2005 at 7:11 pm #24871AnonymousInactive
and what is it that u do exactly?
September 11, 2005 at 7:15 pm #24872AnonymousInactive
and what is it that u do exactly?[/quote:3a0e261c0c]
I have the glorious title of ‘just another student’. :wink:
September 11, 2005 at 7:16 pm #24873AnonymousInactive
lol, what bit on that website should i read?
September 11, 2005 at 8:07 pm #24874AnonymousInactive
Pretty much all of it. There’s no hurry so just find an article title that interests you and have a read through. I read it a couple of years back and that’s how I learnt some important lessons about the industry. If you’re interested in it then you’ll just find yourself absorbing all the articles with intrigue.
Lesson 14 talks about the role of game designer. Why not start there?
Good luck. :)
September 12, 2005 at 3:59 pm #24882AnonymousInactive
thank you mate, i will allways remember u…..
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