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The School of Game Design offers essential game development courses, and you can save hundreds on a lifetime membership.
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June 1, 2017
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Building professional games has never been more accessible thanks to innovative all-inclusive development environments like Unity3D. To help master these powerful tools, the School of Game Design has over 120 hours of video tutorials. Engadget readers can get a lifetime subscription to their extensive training resources for just $69—98 percent off the usual price.

With this training library, you'll learn how to make complex 2D and 3D games with the Unity3D development platform. A subscription includes access to hundreds of royalty-free assets and textures, but you can also learn to craft detailed 3D models from scratch. Lessons from the School of Game Design are broken up into digestible chunks; you can easily pick up new techniques in your spare time, or take a deep dive into mastering game development.

Lifetime access to the School of Game Design usually costs $5,990, but you can get a lifetime subscription here for $69.

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