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Learning how to make a video game from scratch can be a very fun and rewarding process. With the rise of mobile gaming, people throughout the world are taking advantage of the huge video game market by creating and selling their games. Different video games for different platforms and operating systems are created slightly differently, but they are all based on the same general concepts.


You will need to learn how to code in at least one language before you can make your own game, especially if you want to be able to customize the way it looks and works.


At Cyber Train we will introduce you to the main principles of video game development. We’ll show you the general steps that you need to follow when you’re finding out how to make your own game, and we’ll introduce you to the different programming languages that are used to build games on different platforms. Finally, we’ll give you a brief insight into a few of the other things that you will need to learn if you’re serious about learning how to make a video game from scratch, instead of simply by following a template.

From Zero to Game Designer

Learn how to start building video games even if you don’t have any experience

Learning how to develop games can help you in your career, by making you a better overall coder, or just by learning how to be flexible and adding new skills to your portfolio.

Applications are open for internships with work experience for 6 months, 9 months, 12 months and 18 months in Game Development
Steps to Make a Video Game

Work On A Design Document

Decide Whether You Need Software

Once you’ve downloaded the required software, it’s time to start coding

Test Your Game & Start Marketing!

Do Some Research & Conceptualize Your Game

What Languages Are Used To Make A Video Game?
Game programmer salaries start around USD $44,000 annually for entry-level engineering positions. But they can grow to well over $120,000 per year for very senior programmers, or programmers who lead teams.
7 Advantages To Being A Game Designer
A Casual Yet Enthusiastic Work Environment
A Degree Isn’t Totally Necessary—But it is a Plus
Use Analytical and Creative Thinking
Playing Games is Part of Your Job
Competitive Salary
Enter a Dynamic Industry with a Steady Career
Do More Than Just Entertain
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