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  • Gamedesign an der BTK

    Projektarbeit von: Erik Mario López

  • Gamedesign an der BTK

    Projektarbeit von: Erik Mario López

  • Gamedesign an der BTK

    Projektarbeit von: Katarzyna Kamieniew

  • Gamedesign an der BTK

    Projektarbeit von: Myriel Chantal Schigiol

Game Design

Develop tomorrows creative games - right from the first semester of your Game Design studies.

Computer-, video- and mobile games are the medium of the future. Already today, more than 40 percent of Germans profess to love them, with 90 percent of those people playing them multiple times a week. Games mean entertainment and business, yet also reflect personal expression and global perspectives – and most of all, are a lot of fun! As a game designer, you’ll creative innovative game mechanics and shape game narratives! With your expertise, you’ll be involved in all stages of development: From the first idea through to the technical and creative conceptualization and finally the design of spaces and characters.

We’ve identified the artistic and cultural opportunities for computer games as a medium and will educate you with a view to practice in the real industry. As a game designer or game developer of tomorrow, you’ll learn all the key processes in the creation of new games, beginning with the first prototype for the game concept to all the technical and creative decisions during the game’s development, and designing worlds and characters. Successful designers look outside the box and collaborate with people in other disciplines. At UE, you’ll have the unique opportunity to put together  your own individual combination of game design, programming, and art, which means that you’ll get familiar with the individual disciplines as well as their mutual influences.

Game Design at UE is practice orientated in order to pave your way into the job from the very beginning. As a student you will receive an overview of the economy, culture, and markets around computer games, from AAA over indie games to experimental formats. You are instructed in the areas of Game Design, Game Art, and Game Programming as well as their interplay. From the third semester on, you work project oriented to master the development process in creative teams.