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Novice Game Developer Level 3

Microsoft-certified instructors
Semi-private course

2 students / teacher

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12 sessions
Private course
1 student / teacher

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12 sessions
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Program description
Code your own video games on Scratch, a platform developed and maintained by MIT Media Lab. Scratch is a block-based programming language that is used by more than 60 million users in 150 different countries. In the final course of this track, you will learn about and use more advanced programming concepts like parallelism, event triggers, and message broadcasts. You will then use these concepts to code your own video games such as a maze game, a pong game, and an archery game. At the end of the course, you will have a portfolio of video games that you can share with your friends and family!
Learning outcomes
  • lo en Learn about and apply computer science concepts such as parallelism, event triggers, and message broadcasts
  • lo en Add and edit the main design elements of a Scratch program such as sprites, backdrops, and sound effects
  • lo en Use and apply computer science concepts to create complete video games from beginning to end
  • lo en Apply the principles of good game design
Course fees cover
lo check 12 hours of live online sessions with dedicated Geek Express trainers
lo check Geek Express certification accredited by STEM.org USA
lo check Final project development
lo check Digital portfolio access with automatic attendance and progress reporting
lo check Access to top international coding competitions
Private or semi-private?
Before booking the course, you will need to choose whether you’d like to have private or semi-private sessions. Private courses start as soon as you book, at your preferred time and date. Semi-private classes start immediately as soon as 2 students book the same time-slot for the same course.