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Come learn how to make a game for the first time OR hone your skills with the help of a computer science professor and computer science students. Video Game Development camp is an opportunity to study what goes into making a game fun. You will then receive instruction and hands-on practice creating your own 2D games in the Godot game engine. Programming experience is valuable but not required.
Dates: June 18-23, 2023
You will learn the basics of level design, character design, and video game theory. You will then apply those basics in creation of a 2D video game through the Godot engine tool. Basic programming ideas, Godot tool usage, and video game design will be covered. The final two days will give you time to build a prototype of your own creative game idea.
View a packing list, housing information, and general information about Taylor’s Academic Summer Camps.
As creative people, we have a special opportunity to honor God with everything we create, and that includes games. We will discuss as a group how our faith impacts the work we do in computer game development.
Department Co-Chair and Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering