About The Game Workshop

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Long time ago while visiting New York for the first and the last time I had a chance to go to ADC’s Young Guns awards ceremony. Yep, awards for super talented young designers. I was rather young but already thought to myself – wow, looks like you have to start really young if you want to be the best in something or you better not start at all. Like it’s not allowed to be old noob or should I say – old beginner. It might be against laws of nature. Unfortunately hard core capitalism is all around us so I guess it’s good to have competitions of all sorts so those who try hard(er) can gain desired and well deserved attention from colleagues and the media. My question (obviously to myself) is – why such competitions never give fair chance to those who started later? Is it discriminating? Maybe.

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Think of The Game Workshop as your creative playground. The purpose of this website is to help you chase your digital dreams. So if you’re looking for a place under the sun where you can learn new skills, build content for existing game projects or even pass knowledge to others – you have probably come to the right place. As a member of TGW community you will get the chance to prove yourself… to yourself. Of course, your efforts will be awarded accordingly.