James Nick Rivera Rosario
El Paso, TX [Postal Code]
Phone: (619)-823-8558 Fax: [Your Fax] E-Mail: email@example.com
I want to become a game designer because I enjoy the art that you can do with computers or any device. I always wanted to become a game designer. i got into it when I was little. I started to play games when I was about 3 years old.
GAME MAKING may 2012
i have made one game. The name of the game was oolycio.
I made and designed the game.
The story was made by one of my friends
Computer experience June 2007
I once had to make a basic computer from scrap pieces.
I also programmed a computer.
I built a robot in high school and had to program it to dance and won first place in the competition
college may 2022
I just recently graduated from full sail university and have a bachelors in game design.
in high school I took computer engineering courses to learn how a computer works and the things you can do with it.
I can easily program any computer and set up the coding for games. I can also fix one if it were to break down and save money by not having to buy a new one.
good day george,
I am applying for the position of college student in response to our meeting at full sail university.
As I mentioned before I am pursuing my bachelor's in game design. I am trying to take the courses of games design which are level design, game mechanics, prototyping, design and development analysis, aesthetics and immersion, and design tools. the designing of games is something i have been trying to get to for a while. i have experience because i made a game while in middle school. the games name was oolycio and was an RPG game. the game was designed, finished and uploaded to steam. during development i was the team leader of my group. it was only a group of two.
game design is one of the top activities people like to do on computers. i enjoy doing what i do on computers.
The mascot is a plane.
Letter of recommendation
To Whom It May Concern: James Rivera
It is without a doubt that I am writing this letter of recommendation to James Rivera for a position in game design at Full Sail University. He would most likely want to go to this university so he can learn and make video games. He is a really great friend, he doesn’t just wants to play video games he would also like to make them. He is a really great friend and behaves most of the time.
James is a really nice person and would like to go to to this university because he would like to work with how video games work and then create them. James can do many things but he is more focused on making his own kind of games, but it is not mostly about video games he can also remember what kinds of characters are in games.
James is really challenging and would like more in his life so he can finish any challenge that comes to him. He would like to learn more about this university so he can design his own games. He can be serious when he works so he can concentrate on his goal and how is he going to do it. If you have any problems contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"More than 30 years ago, Full Sail began as a dream to create a place where people could learn how to take their passion for entertainment and turn it into a career they loved. It started with music and sound, but our dream quickly grew to fit the dreams of our students until it was bigger than we could have ever imagined. Film, design, show production, games, animation, web design, the business of the entertainment world … as the years go by, the dream continues to grow, and we are humbled by the success of our graduates as well as the passion of our teachers and mentors, all of whom contribute to making this one of the most unique educational communities on the planet." http://www.fullsail.edu/about/our-story
Tuition and origin
- Full-time undergraduate students at Full Sail University paid $22,046 in tuition and fees for the 2013 - 2014 school year, prior to adjustments for financial need. Of this amount, the cost of tuition totaled $19,001 and the remaining $3,045 represents additional fees.
Full sail first opened its doors in 1979.
The current campus size is 212 acres.
Applicants to the Game Design, M.S. program must possess a baccalaureate or higher level degree from an accredited postsecondary educational institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Degree held must be of similar scope and subject matter as to prepare applicants for the educational program objectives of the Game Design, M.S.program, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. Applicants who meet these criteria will be considered for admission pending an evaluation of a copy of official transcripts. Transcripts are required to include graduation date, final GPA, and degree earned.