Game - Design
- Ontario College Diploma
- College Code:
- Creative Industries
- Program Code:
- Accelerated Delivery:
- Academic Year:
- 2020 / 2021
Game - Design portfolio requirements
The portfolio submission is a mandatory component of the admission process for the Game - Design program.
When do I submit my portfolio?
Selected applicants will receive an invitation to attend a program information session which involves portfolio review.
Domestic applicants must attend an in-person meeting; international applicants must attend an online meeting.
What should my portfolio include?
We would like to see any concepts you have for games. Please include a minimum of one (1) game concept with at least five (5) supporting elements. Your work can be presented in a variety of formats, such as:
- a playable game concept or prototype, including card games, board games, role playing game encounter designs, paper prototypes or digital games and prototypes;
- documents, including video, paper or board game design documents, and/or one-page descriptions;
- art for your game ideas, including sketches, illustrations, level concepts, and/or background paintings; and
- game-ready assets, including 2D sprites, 3D models, textures, animations, and sound effects.
You will be asked questions on how your supporting pieces relate to your game concepts. In the case of group work, you will be asked what elements you were responsible for.
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