Game designer is a dream job for many young people, and courses in the field are in demand. Two projects by game design students at the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin have just won German Computer Games Awards.
Two of the three concepts that just scooped German Computer Games Awards were developed by students at Berlin's University of Applied Sciences, which launched its game design course eight years ago. First place went to the platform game DYO, which boasts an innovative splitscreen element. The prize is worth 45,000 euros. SHIFT presents the winning games and explains what the job of game designer entails.