2D & 3D Video Game Development (Rubika)
Learn the art of gaming from the best in the world. Rubika is now at ADMI.
Rubika, the top-ranked animation, game, and industrial design school is now at ADMI. The Rubika Video Game certificates & Diplomas will give you the practical skills you need to fill the growing global demand for skilled video game artists.
You will learn the history of video games including all genres and techniques.
You will learn how to solve problems and create game storyboards like a professional game artist.
You will be equipped to design, develop, and pitch your own video game.
Upon completion of the Rubika Video Game 2D Certificate, Video Game 3D Diploma and the Rubika Video Game Market Diploma, you will earn a Bachelors(Undergraduate) Degree in Video Game Design and Development from Rubika in France.
COURSE DURATION: 3 Years
CREDITS: Credits towards Bachelors in Game Design and Development from Rubika in France
Role of a technical artist in the Gaming industry
History of films & Videogame I
Introduction to Programming I
Graphism 2D I
Graphism 3D I
Programming with Unity I
History of films & videogames II
Introduction to Programming II (C++)
Graphism 2D II
Graphism 3D II
Programming with Unity II
Vidéo Editing I
Graphism 3D III
Programming with Unity III
Programming in a Game Engine I
Project Management I
Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be able to:
- Join a company to develop 2D Games
- Develop your own 2D mobile games
At ADMI we believe in equipping you with industry-relevant skills right from the start. We understand that you might be required to work on different platforms so we have invested in the two most common platforms i.e Mac and Windows.
To guarantee quality we have invested in top of the range facilities including:
- Computer labs with Macs and PCs
- 1:1 computer ratio
- Industry standard software like Adobe, Protools, Unity, & Toonboom.
- Wacom tablets
All computers are installed with the necessary industry standard software. Due to the limited spaces, we encourage you to apply early as we can only guarantee a space for those that have fully enrolled.
Games are big business–the global gaming market is worth $100 billion a year! The mobile gaming market alone is worth $40 billion a year.
Upon further study, you could use your game art skills to work for a game development studio both locally and abroad. You could also launch your own independent studio. You will have all the skills you need to create the art for the next Angry Birds or Candy Crush.
Feng Zhu is one of the most famous digital artists working today.
Zhu began his career at only twenty years. He studied architecture at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and began to design futuristic scenes for Hollywood productions. Zhu worked in the videogames industry by creating the concept art for Wing Commander, a famous video games series developed by Origin Systems. At Liquid Entertainment, he was the concept designer for the Battle Realms videogame. Zhu also worked with George Lucas creating concepts for Star Wars: Episode III – The Revenge of the Sith and for Transformers.
KCSE D- or above OR A-levels with 2 principal passes.
Basic computer proficiency is required. Attach certificates to your application.
Each course has its own specific requirements. Please enquire from the administration what requirements apply to the course of your choice.
Successful applicants should demonstrate a capacity to draw and a will to animate. Applicants will also be required to pass an entrance exam.
Dennis Mbuthia is a professional motion graphics and game designer, who was mentored by some of the animators behind the TV series Tinga Tinga Tales.
He has developed multimedia animations for the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Studies, motion graphic animations for Naswa (TV show), Jambopay, MRI, Data-Fintech, FilmAid, the WHO and AMREF. He holds qualifications from JKUAT, Homeboyz Animation school, Africa Nazarene University and the Gesci-AKE programme.