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Leederville: Code a Video Game on 22 and 23 December (2 Days from 9:30-3:3...
TechCamps4Kids has educated over 1000 kids with skills to code their own game app. It all starts with a course like this that introduces kids to skills on creating their first game.
According to Michael (A Video Game Developer) he has never seen an array of games designed by kids. Each game was unique with no one game similar.
The reason this happens is that TechCamps4Kids gives kids the foundation in which they can design and develop a unique game which they can share with friends and family.
Digital literacy in Mobile Technology is the next educational frontier, and we are proud to be pioneering this movement in communities across Western Australia.
We believe that mobile technology skills, programming and other technical skills are a tool of empowerment, and it is our mission to ensure that the next generation have access to learning and pathways for their future.
Our mission is to be the leading educator & resource for the next generation to become passionate builders - not just consumers - of mobile technology by learning practical, technical and soft skills in a hands-on, social and collaborative environment, setting pathways for the future.
- Design Thinking Methodology
- How to plan and design their game using Game Design Documentation (GDD)
- Basic Programming
- Object Orientation
- Story telling, user experience and user interface
- Adding Images and Sound
- Saving and Exporting Files
- Presentation skills
- Enter into the WA Game Exhibit and WA Video Game Challenge.
- Entry to the National STEM Game Challenge
Most importatly kids will meet like minded participants, creating friendships and go home with a game they can share with friends and family and enjoy long after the event is over. [perfect Christmas present]
Who is the 'Code your Game' for?
The workshop is designed for kids age 8 to 15 years with little or no experience in Game design, but it also caters for the more experienced designer since participants are guided through self paced exploration and skill level.
Due to food allergies we do not offer snacks, lunch or drinks. All children need to bring their own food and drink for each day to enjoy during breaks. We please ask to limit sugary foods and drinks as we found it impedes on their creativity and focus.
For more information, visit TECHCAMPS4KIDS
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Please no valuables as we do not want anything to get lost. However, we require all particpants to bring a USB Flashdrive so they can save their game for use at home.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any further questions please feel free and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes it is, as long as we have been notified prior to the event.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, this helps us with registration on the day and also if there is any name discrepencies.
What is the refund policy?
No refunds are available after booking has been made.