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International Academy of Design & Technology

The International Academy of Design & Technology is THE place to get an education in Video Game Design and Development. Their curriculum can equip you with game essentials like C++, JavaT, 3ds maxT and AI (Artificial Intelligence). The Game Design program takes you from game research and planning, character development and storytelling, all the way through level design, modeling, programming and project management.

Even more amazing is the IADT's generous offer to host our event, and their unflagging support for Toronto's independent game developer community.

We want to express our gratitude to everyone at the IADT for jumping on board and showing such overwhelming enthusiasm for our plans.

Special thanks to Michael Stead, who worked like a maniac to make this happen, and to Jason MacIsaac, who hooked us up with Michael after our little presentation at the last IGDA meeting. YOU GUYS ROCK!!!