June 28 – July 9 from 2-3 P.M.
Students in 5th-8th grade
Take your game design skills to the next level and join this two-week camp that will teach you how to create your very own advanced 3D adventure game using the free game development software BuildBox. Learn how to design a 3D game with coins, health, enemies, and mystery boxes. Students will learn how to utilize pre-made assets and model their own environment from scratch. They will be familiarized with BuildBox’s intuitive drag-and-drop coding interface. Students will have the opportunity to unleash their creativity and build lasting skills in artistic game design and game logic.
Class fee for two weeks is $40. Materials needed: computer/laptop.
No coding experience required! Completion of the Game Design Camp is highly recommended before enrolling in Advanced Game Design Camp.
Model in 3D
Explore a diverse library 3D models to utilize in your own game. Students will learn how to utilize pre-made assets and model their own environment from scratch.
Drag and Drop Coding
Make your game come to life with BuildBox’s coding interface. Students will be familiarized with the intuitive drag and drop code program.
Unleash Your Creativity
Take your game design skills to the next level and design and model your own 3D world with coins, health, enemies, and mystery boxes!
Kavya Khare (left) will be attending UC Davis for Electrical Engineering and Natasha Parker (right) will be attending Carnegie Mellon for Computer Science. Kavya and Natasha are proficient in electronic design, computer aided design, and Arduino language and electronics. They love to teach students engineering and have led their high school’s Makers Club.
Students will be able to learn how to develop a game like this!