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Student Reviews

  • Student Review
    Ankit Tiwari, PG Game Development

    While in ICAT, I and my team won several competitions, like the National Game Jam Titans (1st prize) and International BYOG 2014 (Finalist). Upon completion of the course, I started my own Game Development company, which was only possible because I came to ICAT, where I gathered all the required knowledge and also met my other two partners (my classmates in ICAT) with whom I started this venture. The main thing is, if you have got the determination to divulge completely into game development, ICAT can surely get you where you want to be.

  • Student Review
    Beschi Mario Royston R, UG - GMD

    Thanks to ICAT for supporting me throughout these years. The 3d puzzle game, “Portal Express” that I created in my final year gave me the experience of developing a game from scratch. Then, the display of my game at the Express Avenue mall received people appreciation and motivated me to the best. I was also awarded the ‘Best Project -2015’ award.

    After final year I started my own Indie Game Development studio named “Weloadin Studio, LLP” partnering with my batch mate, who is a Game Designer. We started to create our own games and publish them. Our first game, “Trippy Trap” has been released and more games are now lined up for release. All these wouldn’t be possible without the college’s support and things we learned there. Thanks to ICAT.

  • Student Review
    Clifford Rodrigues, PG - GMD

    I always wanted to know how games work, how 3D models move around the 3D space, how they acquire colors, how the keyboard controls make my player move around the game space and tons of other questions. Every question of mine got answered only when I joined ICAT.

    Teachers knew exactly what I wanted and trained according to my leaning style, because of which my knowledge got leveled up and I was just a few steps away to acquire my dream job as Game developer. It was not so difficult for me to overcome the interview process as ICAT equipped me with everything that's required a job.

    After getting placement from ICAT, my journey as a professional Junior Game Developer began, and now I am a Game developer with one year work experience; and still lots to explore and have fun.

    I am happy that I’ve published my personal game on Google Play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blucubegames.chotadigit&hl=en

  • Student Review
    Neeraj Kumar, PG - GMD

    I joined ICAT with an aim to become a Game Developer. When I met many like-minded people and understood about the opportunities for Indie Game Developers, I and my friend decided to start our own company. Thus was born the 'Ogre Head Studio'. We are currently working on our first game (Asura) while we also work on client projects parallel to fund ourselves.

    We have showcased our game at various events like EGX (UK), Indie Showcase (US & Singapore), Dubai Game Festival, NGDC, Indie Game shindig, Video Game Fest, etc. We have also won the ‘Upcoming Game of the Year’ award at NGDC 2014.

  • Student Review
    Praveen Chris Benjamin J, UG - GMD

    Today, I am a Game Developer working at a VR in Noida — a company fast rising up among the plethora of other Arch-Viz firms. I have worked on a PC game, Idol Hands; added four mobile titles to my name; have programmed one WebGL based township visualization solution; and I am currently developing a 2D engine. All this is done in the past 2 years. I am grateful to ICAT for showing me the way and for getting me together with talented people, who I still call my friends.

    For prospective students, this is all I have to say: trust in yourself and take the leap.

  • Student Review
    Samuel Marandi, PG - GMD

    Joining ICAT has been one of the best decisions that I’ve made. What I had dreamt of as a child was brought to life before my eyes. The constant support, understanding and patience from the instructors have been instrumental in defining what I am today. Without their support, I would not be in this position staring down a vast realm of possibilities. The people that I have met and have been a part of, especially my peers, always provided that extra bit of challenge to go overboard and do something which no one has dared to.

    Today my visions are much more refined, much more organized and my life at ICAT has imprinted itself in my work.