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The School of Game Design is now offering their entire library of hands-on video courses for one low price today.
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April 5, 2018
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The barriers to entry for aspiring game designers have never been lower, thanks to the availability of development platforms like Unity3D and GameSalad. While it can be daunting for beginners to take their first step towards a game development career, the School of Game Design offers an extensive library of easy to follow, step-by-step instructional videos to help anyone design and build their own games. It normally costs $600 per year to sign up, but right now they're offering a lifetime subscription for just $59.

The School of Game Design has over 120 hours of content for all skill levels and ages, even if you have little to know prior coding experience. You'll learn fundamental concepts of 2D and 3D game design, get hands on with the Unity3D, build your own levels, boss battles, and even design your own indie platformer. You'll also get unlimited access to royalty-free game art and textures, and receive support from their instructors, who have over 16 years of game industry experience.

If you've ever been interested in designing your own games, take advantage of this limited time offer and grab lifetime access to the School of Game Design for just $59, over 90 percent off its retail value.

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