Build your own game in one week using Unity. Form teams, brainstorm ideas, design your own stuff and learn about game development.
This time around we have decided to dive deep into the world of the game maker by using the Unity game engine as our platform for designing and developing our games. Due to its simple user interface and workflow, Unity is a prefered tool by hobbyist and professional game studios alike. Anyone can learn how to use it. But do not be fooled by its simplicity, for in the right hands unity can be used to create the most stunning looking and complex games imaginable. Learning how to use Unity gives you the ability to work on projects not just in game development, but in VR, AR, application development and Video animation.
First of all you dont need to know how to code to join the course, but if you do then dont sweat it. This course is about much more than coding. If you're interested in how to go from the idea stage to design and development, and finally publishing your very own game, then you will get alot out of this course.
We run our classes both online and offline. We call it a Hybrid Classroom. It means that in a class we have students who are present in the classroom and those who take it from the comfort of their homes wherever they are.
For the time being, due to the Coronavirus, we are holding all of our courses and camps online only.
8 - 10
22.06.2020 - 26.06.2020
Oslo International School
Gamle Ringeriksvei 53, 1357 Bekkestua
9:00 - 12:00
3 hours a day. 15 hours total.
All of our teachers are fluent in both English and Norwegian. The students can speak to the teacher in whichever language they feel most comfortable in. The courses are usually taught in Norwegian, however we make an exception when some students only speak English. Contact us if you are worried about this.
Nope, we start from scratch. No prior programming experience required.
We take a maximum of 12 students per class. It’s important for us that all students get the attention they deserve.
All students must bring their own laptop and headphones. The OS must be Windows or Mac. No Chromebooks. Don’t forget the charger!