Game Design and Production at Boomsatsuma - UCAS


Degree level: Undergraduate
Awarded by: Kingston University

Game Design and Production

Course summary

Book your Open Day place at Learn how to blend creativity and technology to unlock the potential of games. Take a hands-on approach to games in Bristol. This course covers the artistry, technologies and expertise behind well-designed games. You'll make games that entertain, tell amazing stories and even benefit society. With support from industry specialists, we'll help you build the skills and projects needed to get your career started. Across the course you’ll play games, explore games, and create games - focusing on varying styles, genres and platforms (physical, web, mobile, console, XR). You'll develop a detailed appreciation of play and players, while learning everything you need to take a game concept from an idea to a published title. All within a supportive, studio-style environment that values experimentation and imagination. Indicative tools: Unreal Engine, Construct, GB Studio, Twine, Ren'Py, Adobe Creative Cloud, Aseprite, Maya, ZBrush, Audacity, FLStudio, GitHub, ChatGPT, Miro, Nuclino. Why choose this course? Our studio model reflects how professional games are made. Build in-demand skills for many creative tech jobs. Learn by making while having fun along the way. Where can this course take you? Game Design and Production graduates have many career options both within and outside of the entertainment industry. Popular roles include Level Designer, Gameplay Designer, User Experience (UX) Designer, Gameplay Programmer, Virtual/Augmented Reality (VR/AR) Programmer and Games Producer. Where you'll study Boomsatsuma Games Studio offers specialised game production facilities located at the Tobacco Factory. With access to capable PCs, XR devices, motion capture and virtual production technologies, you'll have everything you need to bring your game ideas to life.


Find out how games are made, what makes them fun, and how they can be applied beyond entertainment. Modules explore modern game production concepts through activities that range from informal game jams to structured studio briefs. Assessments reflect what you'd do in the games industry and there are no exams. For us, it's about the quality of your games and the ideas that drive them. Find this course at for a full module list with descriptions.

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The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

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England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1

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Game Design and Production at Boomsatsuma - UCAS