Pre-class lecture: How to be a video game designer. FREE
Mr. Conner will also be holding a free mini-lecture on Wednesday, December 3rd at 6:30 p.m., which is be open to the public, as an introduction to the three week course. The lecture will be held at the Student Commons in Prince William Sound Community College. For more information call 834-1600.
Do you love playing and talking about video games? Do you dream of becoming a game developer? PWSCC is offering a non-credit Introduction to Video Game Development course this December! It runs every Saturday and Sunday from December 6-21, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
During this intensive course, you will be creating a small game written in C#, using industry standards within the Unity engine. You will learn about game design, coding, scripts, and the game industry. In then end, you’ll come away with a polished, bug-free game. Instructor Sean Connor graduated from the Academy of Interactive Entertainment in Australia in 2012 and has worked on several apps, including his own Dr. Rocket, available on Android.
The cost of this course is $250 per student. The class is taught in the PWSCC Computer Lab. Students must have after-hours computer access to complete home assignments. The class maximum is 16, minimum is 6. Registration is required prior to December 5th. This is the first time a course of this nature has been offered in Valdez and it is filling up quickly. Call 907-834-1600 or stop by PWSCC today to register, or to find out more about this Intro to Game Development course.
View the course outline here: Introduction to Game Development and Design Course-Outline (84.6 KiB)