7 Steps to become a Game Developer in 2020!

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✅ Follow these 7 Steps to become a Game Developer in 2020!
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41 COMMENTS

  1. Here is what I would do if I was starting my game development journey right now, will you follow the steps?

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  2. Here's my 7 steps:
    1) Food
    2) Water
    3) Silver and Bitcoin
    4) Housing
    5) Make sure your family members also have these things
    6) Make game
    7) Publish game
    It's gonna be a crazy second half of 2020, stay safe people please

  3. Some great advice! Thanks for sharing! Do you think it's a good idea to team up with some random stranger for a collab in a Unity game? Or do you think it would all fall to pieces? I was thinking of putting the word out for a noob with about one or two years experiance like myself and see if we could put something together. What would be your thoughts on that?

  4. Thank you. I'm getting into code through code academy and they have a game programming module. After I complete that I will be starting on your program. With that xp under my belt I will continue working on my own and seeking employment through larger companies.

  5. Youtube how to give this human 300000 likes?
    Thanks so much for such an amazing video. Now I know where I'm going!

  6. I literally know nothing about programming or coding games. I’d like to start my own game developer company with my partner/ Partner. Any advice to begin? What websites should I use to learn?

  7. Currently Starting up!! This channel will help me a lot in this Wild Adventure of Game Development!!

    Any tips and guides will help!!

  8. Love your video on game development in 2020. Its getting harder to make a successful game. Unity is a HUGE help and has come along way since its creation a few years ago! Thanks for the insight into your game development adventure!

  9. I am reading a book. Author is Jeremy Gibson Bond. Introduction to game design, prototyping and development. Book is great.

  10. Great video really helped me get a better understanding of planning out my goals THANK YOU! Do you have recommendations or a video on equipment I would need? I’m starting from the bottom I don’t even have a computer yet (which I’m sure I need)

  11. Instead of searching the regular way how to start developing a game .. I had to say it verbally as if I am mad man about it .. then reboot YouTube to find this video on the top of my recommendation list ..
    See Google using my microphone is useful lol

  12. I'm a java developer and I want to go with libgdx because I don't have the luxury of time to study C# now. Besides, no cash now. Is libgdx the best? What are the pros and cons?

  13. I have problem regarding game development the problem is game development required bachelor in computer science so please tell me if I am a commerce maths student can I do it or I need PCM and I am talking about India as well as other countries does other countries University will accept me for computer science bachelor with commerce maths or they need PCM

  14. 1/ Spend 1-2 months making small weekly games
    2/ Watch Basic and Intermediate Tutorial Videos on Unity and C#
    3/ Complete Simple Game
    4/ Read the book Clean Code and research clean code principles
    5/ Make a 3 month game and Publish to Steam / AppStore
    6/ Read and Study Code Complete
    7/ Make and Publish a Complete 6 Month Game

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