A FREE HOLIDAY CLUB for 11+ aged kids? 10-5pm? Daily from the 14th-18th August? Creative techy activities? That would be e:merge’s awesome GEEK WEEK in BD4 that we are very excited to partner with. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a consent form. Limited spaces and local kids BD5/BD4 and those already attending impact gamers will get priority if we gets loads of interest.
Is your child a game maker of the future? Why not find out?
We had a blast today inspiring young people in Key Stage 2 about science, coding and stupid robots at the National Science and Media Museum. Here are the mini games they made in the 5 minutes we had with them.
And incase you have any doubt that computers are stupid.
Is your child interested in computer games, why not get them to learn how to code them easily in a fun group?
New intakes in weeks 19th and 28th of June.
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Hello! You’ve come here because you’d like to know more about games making and our new project APPril; getting young people and schools to make a game in April. Every day in April a new tutorial is released for APPril.
All you need is a Windows PC and the Internet (Not even all of it just our website 🙂 )
Sessions 1-5 Interactive Session or Video – teach you how to make a basic game
Sessions 6-10 Video with some Interaction – make that game more advanced
Sessions 11-30 Videos – give you help and ideas on how to make your very own game/app
If you’ve already signed up go straight to the APPril menu calendar
Yes SIGN ME UP FOR FREE and keep me informed over April/APPril
See some examples games
Watch Session 3 as a demonstration.
Yesterday I was helping a student make a Pokémon Go style game mechanic.
Flicking balls to catch creatures. Using the built in physics engine in Fusion it really wasn’t too hard to do.
So I thought I’d share a tutorial with you!
It’s a novice tutorial not for beginners, Newbies try APPril www.impactgamers.net/appril
SORRY about the LOUD start
Try it online.
The source files for you to try