Game Development Skills

This course is designed for aspiring game developers and enthusiasts interested in learning how to design, develop, and deploy interactive games. Covering a range of essential game development aspects, including storytelling, graphics, programming, sound design, and user experience, participants will gain hands-on experience creating their own games using popular game development tools and platforms.

Course Overview

Participants will learn through a structured program divided into basic, intermediate, and advanced modules. The course covers both the artistic and technical sides of game development, ensuring a well-rounded understanding of how to create compelling and enjoyable games.

Course Outcome

  • Solid understanding of game design principles and methodologies.
  • Proficiency in game development tools and languages (e.g., Unity, Unreal Engine, C#).
  • Ability to create and integrate game assets (2D/3D graphics, animations, sound).
  • Skills in scripting and programming for game mechanics and interactivity.
  • Experience in debugging, testing, and deploying games across various platforms.

Below prerequisites are aimed at ensuring that participants are ready to engage with both the technical and creative aspects of game development covered in the course.

Note: The course concludes with a capstone project where participants design and develop their own game, which serves as a portfolio piece. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a certificate of completion or earn credits towards professional development. This course is ideal for those passionate about gaming and wishing to pursue a career in game development or design.

Learning Peeks

Course Duration

12 Weeks

Course Structure

Hybrid Learning


Available Online/Offline

Recognized Certification

Earn a certification on completion

Flexible Schedules

Flexible study schedules


English Language

Training Days

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Course Prerequisite

The following are required

1. Basic Programming Knowledge: Understanding of fundamental programming concepts, often in languages like C#, Java, or Python, which are commonly used in game development. 2. Understanding of Game Mechanics: Familiarity with basic game design principles and mechanics, even if only as a player. 3. Computer Literacy: Comfort with using a computer, managing files, and ideally, some familiarity with game development environments and tools. 4. Creativity and Imagination: Interest in storytelling, character design, and world-building, as these are crucial aspects of game creation. 5. Problem-Solving Skills: Ability to think critically and creatively to solve the unique challenges presented during game development.


₦500,000.00 ***installmental payment available for this course

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