About One Month Game School

Welcome! One Month Game School is the place for you to come and start making games. You’ll learn new skills and make awesome games every 4 weeks! There’s never been a more exciting time to make games :-)

Our philosophy

Learn while doing: All of our classes at One Month Game School encourage you to get your hands dirty and make a game from the get-go. Each class has a tangible goal – a game made at the end of it.

Authentic teaching: All of our teachers are indie developers themselves who have a real passion for gaming and the indie community.

Community is key: It’s so much more fun if we’re all in this together. Collaboration and support are two values we love!

Come on in, find the right class for you, and be sure to sign up for our newsletter for $5 off your first class.

How it works


Step 1.  Choose a class that’s right for you

Step 2. You’ll be sent an email with more instructions about the 4 weeks ahead and you’ll be granted access to the course and videos.

Step 3. You can start watching the videos right away! The classes are designed to be taken at your own pace, (although we do occasionally run guided 4-week classes).

Ready to get started?

"...an EXCELLENT class for introducing people to the power of Unity 3D and Playmaker. The tutorial videos are very well thought out and easy for a brand new user of the software to follow."

- Steven Livingstone
"Time and money well spent. I have no coding experience at all but thanks to this class I feel much more confident about game dev process. Thanks for this amazing class!"

- Sung Kim (Animator)
"An amazing experience that I recommend to every one who is interested in game development."

- Govind Balachandran (Writer for OrdinaryGamer.co.uk)
"...simply the most richest online educational experience I’ve ever had! So much content, so much detail, and so so much fun! I would recommend this class to anyone [interested] in how games are made."

- Brian Anderson

About Brandon Wu, Founder of OMGS

When I am not working on Studio Pepwuper projects, I organize the Seattle Unity User Group, and talk at indie game development conferences such as Unite, AT&T/Casual Connect. I am actively involved in the Seattle game development scene (Seattle Indies Expo, International Game Developers Association, Penny Arcade Expo, Seattle Indies) and I enjoy giving Unity workshops to communities and corporations (most recently Microsoft.) I've written articles on education and gaming for AMEX Open Forum and Tuts+. I'm also a mentor at the game incubator HouseOGames. I split my time between Seattle and the UK, and you'll usually find me on a quest to hunt down the perfect cup of coffee and a great plate of fish and chips!

Time to Make Games

Start making games with us this month. Check out our classes (more coming soon) and contact us if you have any requests.