These are some of the best game development resources out there. Educate
Our list of schools includes degree-granting programs that teach the skills
of game development. You can also check your local colleges and universities
for departments and professors who will support your interests and encourage
Few industries can boast the game community's wealth of information and
support online. It's no surprise that game makers are cozy with computers,
and we've been sharing our knowledge online since the inception of the
Internet. Here are some of the best resources to get you started.
Whether you want to read up on game development in general, or dig deeper
into the cultural significance of games, there's bound to be a piece of
pulpware for you. Here's a list of some good reads.
In project resources
As part of the Breaking In project, the IGDA sent a letter and poster
to over 10,000 high-schools in North America. The goal of the letter
was to inform guidance counselors on the opportunity for challenging
and rewarding careers in the game industry. The poster is meant to direct
students to this web site for further information. The letter and poster
are made available freely here if you would like use them in any way.