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    some advice please

    i want to be a game programmer for my career do you think that http://www.guildford.ac.uk/16-19/Cou...4/Computing/IT is a good course for that or if anyone knows any courses that are better than that in surrey plz do say
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    Doh! If you’re going to be developing games, you better play games on a regular basis. You don’t have to be a hardcore player, but you should enjoy playing some games. Be ready to discuss your tastes in games, what you’re played recently, why you liked them, etc. It’s not like you’re going to be designing the games (after all, you’re applying for a programming position), but it’s good to have an idea of what you’re aiming for when you’re creating a game. Also, the more you enjoy playing games, the more of a reason you have to actually want to work on them.

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    that is what got me thinking about game programming because i play so many games and i would love to make them


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