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  1. 1. ROLES PLAYED IN DEVELOPING A GAME<br />
  2. 2. Game Designers<br />Game Designers typically define the overall vision of a Video game.<br />Game Design Document<br />Like a Film directors for a movie (creative or otherwise)<br />Knowledge of all the different fields<br />Roles<br />Creative Director<br />Design director<br />Lead designer<br />Junior designer<br />
  3. 3. Game Artists<br />Artist bring the player eyes, the vision set out by the game designers and art directors<br />Must have Great Imagination and Creativity<br />Should be major with at least one major 3D software application ( 3d Max, Maya, Blender)<br />Roles<br />Concept artist – game style<br />3D modelers – fine arts, <br />rendering and shading<br />
  4. 4. Game Programmers<br /><ul><li>Software engineers who work at coding level to make a game work.
  5. 5. Work with artists and designers to make a playable game</li></ul>In-demand, Short supply  Paid well<br /><ul><li>Roles
  6. 6. GamePlay programmers
  7. 7. AI programmers
  8. 8. Tools programmers
  9. 9. Graphics programmers</li></li></ul><li>Game Producers<br /><ul><li>Producer are the project managers.
  10. 10. View the overall process.
  11. 11. Create and enforce schedule and budgets.
  12. 12. They have to be leaders.
  13. 13. Titles
  14. 14. Director of production
  15. 15. Executive producers
  16. 16. Associate producers
  17. 17. Assistant producers</li></li></ul><li>Audio Designers<br /><ul><li>Sound engineers are responsible for creating sounds and music to match the visuals of the game.
  18. 18. Unique sound for a game visual style
  19. 19. Less job opportunities
  20. 20. Hired on contract basis
  21. 21. They also can work on </li></ul>films, television and <br />advertisement.<br />
  22. 22. Quality Assurance/ Testers<br /><ul><li>Considered as last line of defense before the game hits the shelves.
  23. 23. Helps ensure the quality of the game meets strict guidelines set by the development studio.
  24. 24. Best entry level jobs to a gaming industry.
  25. 25. Good communication skills then can move up to a lead tester or even a game producer.</li></li></ul><li>Business in Gaming :<br />The economic, legal & policy aspects of a game.<br />How games are funded?<br />Marketed and sold<br />Relationship among publishers<br />Developers<br />Distributors<br />Retailers<br />

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