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Game Design

Most video game enthusiasts are players, not designers. Dare to be different!  View different styles of games and game programming using Scratch (MIT Media Lab). Program through interactive storytelling. Your creativity plus the nuts and bolts of programming will culminate in your own stories, games, and animations – all  shared  on the web. The course will also introduce standard programming and game development terms that will serve as a foundation for future (and more advanced) programming and game development course work. Take home a copy of your own game at the end of the camp.   
(Parents, if your child is into computers, this programming for kids course could be the start of something BIG!)

 

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Scratch

Who will like this Course?

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

 

Students ages 10 through 17 (5th Grade - 11th Grade)

Who will like this Course?

Game design from Scratch 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 10 - 20, 2013

  • University of Houston - Downtown (Afternoon session)

Session II -- June 24 - July 3, 2013

  • Trent InternationalE School, Sugar Land (Afternoon session)

Session III -- July 8 - 18, 2013

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

 

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

Registration Type Deadlines Tuition
Early-Bird Registration On or Before April 1, 2013 $285
Early Registration April 2-May 20, 2013 $295
Regular Registration After May 20, 2013 $315

 

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