Feb 06 2019
Mar 06 2019
Video Game Coding Workshop

Video Game Coding Workshop

Presented by Carver Branch Library at Austin Public Library - Carver Branch

Learn how to code YOUR OWN video game! FREE workshop at Carver Branch Library for 6th to 9th grade students! First come, first serve. LIMITED TECH AVAILABLE, so RSVP to Kendra Dobson at kdd35drexel@gmail.com. Instructor, M. JAMES SHORT designs, develops and releases games as NEWMARK SOFTWARE. His last game, Chrome Death, was featured by Apple as a “Best Game of the Week”. His next game, Den vänstra handens stig, caused people to cry, fight and get divorced at PAX South 2016.

This is a 5 week workshop that meets every Wednesday after school from 3pm to 5pm. Each week you will be learning a new top in game creation.

Feb. 6th — How Are Games Constructed?

Feb. 13th — Starting Your Game

Feb. 20th — Game Interactions

Feb. 27th — Level Design

March 6th — Programming Languages

Admission Info

Free Admission

This workshop is for students, grades 6th through 9th. Laptops will be provided, but there are a limited number. First come, first serve.

For questions email Kendra Dobson at kdd35drexel@gmail.com.

Phone: 302-521-8156

Email: kdd35drexel@gmail.com

Dates & Times

2019/02/06 - 2019/03/06

Location Info

Austin Public Library - Carver Branch

1161 Angelina Austin, Austin, TX 78702