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You can get a lifetime of game design training for just $59

The School of Game Design is offering lifetime access to their library of in-depth video training courses for one low price.
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August 29, 2018
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Gone are the days when only massive game studios could produce the industry's biggest hits. Thanks to the availability of development platforms like Unity3D, the barriers to entry are falling; and anyone has the potential to turn their game idea into a successful title. Of course, you'll still need to learn the tools of the trade, but doing so now is remarkably cheaper with resources like the School of Game Design, which is offering lifetime memberships for $59.

Boasting a massive library of more than 120 hours of easy-to-follow, step-by-step training videos, the School of Game Design can teach you the field's fundamentals even if you're a complete newbie. You'll explore 2D and 3D game design, work with Unity3D, and foster skills in both coding and animation. Plus, a lifetime membership to School of Game Design gives you unlimited access to royalty-free game art and textures that you can use to bring your own projects to life.

You can kickstart your foray into this exciting field and work toward creating your own games with a lifetime membership to the School of Game Design, on sale for $59 (over 90 percent off the usual price).

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