Ever wondered how mobile game apps are made but didn’t know where to start. Start here! Put your gaming experience and imagination into action. We will start with the very basics of installing and configuring GameSalad, introduce you to the tools, and develop a complete mobile game. You will learn about timers and animation, physics and collision detection, how to use multimedia, and much more. The fundamentals covered in this course are a good step into the world of coding. Dream it. Build it. Take it home. Share with friends and family… and Play!
GameSalad is an intuitive drag-and-drop interface designed specifically for people with no prior coding experience. Using GameSalad, students can design and program their own game apps using visual editors and a behavior-based logic system. GameSalad Creator lets you focus on your game while teaching your computational thinking, a fundamental skill for any coder. GameSalad revolutionizes learning through applied game development and allows you to build your game app without having to wade through pages and pages of technical documentation.
An arcade style game where Emma, a mermaid lost at sea, is racing against time to collect way-finding magic pearls. To return home safely, she must avoid any encounters with the evil pufferfish.
Inspired by whack-a-mole, this game has you whacking alien monsters to regain control of the moon.
Code Hobbits is not held liable for lost or damaged items. Please make sure your computer is functioning perfectly. We will not be responsible for missed instruction because of a faulty student-provided laptop. Chromebooks are not supported in this class.
Classes are held at:
Cumberland Elementary, 824 Cumberland Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
Thursdays 2:45pm – 4:15pm from Mar 23 through May 25.
There will be no class on Apr 13.