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What are some best practices to become a better video game designer?

Design, art, world-building, production, you need it all.
What are some best practices to become a better video game designer?

Master technique and
the sky’s the limit.

Where do you begin?

As a gamer, you know how important it is to have great video game designers. After all, they are the ones who make the games that we love to play. Whether you're new to the video game industry or a veteran, the education of becoming a better video game designer never ends.

Streamline Studios is a well-established video game development company, with over 22-years of front-rank experience. Our credits include Street Fighter, Final Fantasy, Multiversus, so we know games and we know game design.

In addition, Streamline has a solid commitment to nurturing young talent. We train, mentor and provide hands-on experience to everyone who works at one of our studios. From concept to publish, engineering, design, production, and world-building, Streamline’s skilled teams and global resources deliver excellence at every level.

Bring your passion

All our applicants have the same passion. They love games. They play games. They develop a deep, intuitive sense of games. So, the first step to becoming a video game designer is play games. Get the games in your blood. Master games.

When you do, you will begin to dream games, imagine games, think about making the game better. That is the driving force behind every great designer.

We’re looking for people with that gamer passion. Reach out to us here, and if you plan on going to GDC, stop by the Streamline booth, set up an interview, tell us about your passion.  We’ll be there in San Francisco at Booth #S742, March 21st-23rd, and we’d love to meet with you. We’d love to hear about your goals and skills. And maybe we can find a future together.

Click below to download our ’11 Best Practices to Becoming a Better Game Designer’ today and begin your journey to Streamline. We can’t wait to hear from you.

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