@Sauron: Experience usually means that you have worked on a game that is finished. It is adviced that when studieing to become a game developer, you make sure you have 1 good game project you can finish, rather than having several small games.
Well, that's what I'm planning to do. I myself will also probably enter a student game dev competition (like imagine cup from microsoft) once I'm ready for it. My school encourages us to do this as each year people from the second year of the education participate in the Microsoft imagine cup, in the game design category. I'm really motivated for this as students from my school were 2nd 2 years ago, and least year there were 2 teams in the top 6. Competitions like this also might give some money to support your studies (I thought it was up to 25 000 in the competition I was talking about)
Last edited by massenic : 01-03-2010 at 08:57 AM.