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Games and Animation Coding: Learn to Code Video Games

Note this is only a guide, not a guarantee.

Games and Animation Coding: Learn to Code Video Games

Tutors: Manny Atwhal (School of Coding Ltd)
Weeks: 3 and 4

 

Course Details


Coding is a skill of the future and in 15 years from now, not knowing how to code will be like not knowing how to read or write. In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of coding and you will build your own games to take away with you. A tutor from School of Coding, the UK's largest coding educator, will deliver the course. He holds a Master's in cybersecurity and an undergraduate degree in Computer Science. This is a complete course in games and animation coding so no previous experience is required. Laptops and USB Flash Drives will be provided.

Course Notes


Monday

Introduction to Coding.

Understanding the coding software and creating a simple one-player game.

Tuesday

Planning and understanding Multi Level Commercial Games Coding - Project Building and Coding Multi Level Game.

Wednesday

Project Completion - Project Building and Coding Multi Level Game.

Thursday

Building a story - Using Animation Coding.

Friday

Completion of Project in Animation Coding and learning about careers relating to coding.

What to bring:

A notepad, pencil and rubber.