If you’re an aspiring video games writer, there’s a short course to give your storytelling skills a jump start.
This November there’s a short games writing course for budding storytellers. The course will be led by award-winning games writer, Hannah Nicklin who is studio lead at the Danish indie studio, Die Gute Fabrik.
The ticket price includes a license for Mutazione, a lush, hand-illustrated mutant soap opera. The Steam page describes it as:
“Explore the Mutazione community as Kai as she cares for her ailing grandfather. Discover magical gardens, new friends & old secrets. They can survive an apocalyptic meteor strike, but can they survive their small-town drama?”
It was published by Akupara Games, and you can watch the launch trailer here:
You’ll play this game as preparation for the course, to get your creative juices flowing. So if you’ve ever wanted to move into a career in games, this could get you inspired!
It’s never too late to change careers – Nicklin worked as a playwright before moving into the industry. Now she has a PHD in games, using her storytelling skills to make awesome video games.
The Guardian is running this storytelling in videogames course and it will take place at 6.30-9pm on 23 November 2021. It’s all online, so you can attend from anywhere.
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Featured Image Credit: Akupara Games