Game Development Roblox
After School 2019
Our Game Development Roblox Program allows students to learn the fundamentals of computer programming in a fun and dynamic environment to design their own game. Students are able to use their creativity to solve problems and build the games that they love to play.
Age 10-18 | No Prerequs | Grade 5-12
Computer Science Behind Game Development
From Super Mario Bros to Angry Birds to Pokemon Go, games affect people's lives whether you notice it or not. However, there are many psychological and design principles behind those games that you may not realize. Through our program and game-based projects, students will learn the fundamentals of programming and understand how to design game characters and buildings. Students may be able to publish and even sell their games and designs online.
Our Game Design Program allows students to learn the fundamentals of computer programming and Python code in a fun and dynamic environment to design their own games. Students will be able to use their creativity to solve problems and build the games they love to play.
3D Video Game Development
Software Game Design
The video game industry is a thriving industry all around the world. The top game companies, like Sony, EA, and Microsoft, have high demands for creative game design talents every year.
Game design is a large field, from storyline development to graphic design, and to programming the various features of the game.
Different types of games come out every day and it can be difficult to keep up with the new technology. Learning the programming skills and the software that is used to design games will be useful for years to come.
7/9 - 8/1
Monday & Wednesday
8/6 - 8/29
Monday & Wednesday
Meet Our Instructors
Our team of instructors come from the top universities in the nation and are passionate about sharing their knowledge with the next generation. They are experienced in teaching children and bring their industry knowledge to bear.
“Ivy Seed has been more than just a camp – it has been the beginning of a student’s career.”