In section one of my course, I was unsure of what would be expected of me other than to do the 42 lessons (reading a chapter about an aspect of games design and then completing a small examination known as a TMA – Tutor Marked Assignment as my tutors were marking the work). When I passed Lesson 18, I found that I had to do an end of section exam. This exam was made up of 100 multiple choice questions. I was unprepared for this exam as at the time I didn’t see it coming. So, in preparation for that first exam I read through 3 books and then took the exam. The pass rate was 71% and I got 71%. I was concerned while I was doing the preparation in the little time I set myself. Everyone on the Train2Game forum was saying how difficult the end of section one exam was. So now, I have made sure that I am prepared and my preparation has gone on from day one of section two. Read the rest of this entry »
Gaming is something I have always been passionate in. I now see games design as a way forward. I have excellent communication skills. My writing is excellent and I have an imagination. To top it all, I have been working for exactly a year from yesterday on a degree course with Train2Game in Luton, England.
In the past, I have always liked the idea of getting into business. I liked the idea of getting rich from my own efforts. I have spent countless thousands of dollars in this pursuit. So much that now, I say…forget this for a laugh, I’m doing something I’m passionate about, work that is fun rather than just a nice little earner. Read the rest of this entry »