Getting Into Game Design In India: Shriram Srinivasan Shares His Experiences

You could learn the hard way and teach yourself, but if I’d gone indie in my home state (Tamil Nadu) or even anywhere else in the country, I don’t think I’d be able to see myself making games…
Studying doesn’t mean you need to be restricted to your subjects. You also need to go wild and explore – you get to meet a lot of like-minded people in college and this gives you the opportunity to collaborate. It makes it easier to form teams to participate in game jams and enter competitions.