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Game Design - Your Way

Move from Apprentice to Master Game Designer! This course helps you develop a wide range of creative skills, including conceptualizing game interactions, drafting storyboards, designing characters and applying sound and art images to computer games using Game Maker. Choose your favorite subject for the project topic – which is making a game of your own! Create different levels of game play (your parents can play the easy ones) with enhanced interactivity to keep players riveted. Not an artist? Not a problem! Use the professional-quality art that we’ve included in each project or create your own. When you’re done, take home your own multi-level game masterpiece and rule the world.

Featured Software

Gamemaker

Students ages 10 through 12 (5th Grade - 7th Grade)

Who will like this Course?

Game design is perfect for those who want to create the perfect game and who have a wide range of creative skills.

Recommended Prerequisites

Basic understanding of computer use and strong math skills or successfully completed course on Visual Basic, Visual Basic.net or C++ programming language.

Morning Session: Monday to Thursday (9 am - 12 noon) for two weeks

Afternoon Session: Monday to Thursday (1 pm - 4 pm) for two weeks

Schedule

Session I -- June 8 - 18, 2015

  • Faith West School (Morning session)
  • Trent InternationalE School, Sugar Land (Afternoon session)
  • University of Houston - Clear Lake (Afternoon session)

Session II -- June 22 - July 2, 2015

  • University of Houston - Downtown (Morning session)
  • Trent InternationalE School, Sugar Land (Afternoon session)
  • Faith West School (Afternoon session)

Session III -- July 6 - 16, 2015

  • University of Houston - Clear Lake (Morning session)
  • University of Houston - Downtown (Afternoon session)

Tuition: $315 (includes course material, and handouts)

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Early-Bird Registration On or Before March 30, 2015 $285
Early Registration April 2-May 18, 2015 $295
Regular Registration After May 18, 2015 $315

 

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