Game developers write software code that translates artistic concepts into playable game features that can work on mobile phones, console systems and computers.

Here are several steps you can take to become a game developer:

1. Obtain a bachelor's degree

Most game software developers have a formal education background, with at least a bachelor's degree.

2. Brush up your math and physics skills

To become a game developer, you need to have solid coding skills, for which a basic knowledge of mathematics and physics is essential.

3. Brush up your software engineering skills

Game developers need to be proficient in hardware technology and C, C#, C++, Java, Python, Lua and other programming languages to write code that will craft everything about the game

4. Brush up your storytelling skills

It will still help game developers to know about linear and non-linear storytelling and narrative techniques.

5. Build a game developer portfolio

One of the best ways to get practical experience, build your portfolio and attract the attention of large game studios is to design and develop your video games.