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Introduction to Mobile Games Development

Course Summary

Learn to make iOS, Android and desktop video games from scratch without any programming!

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    Course Syllabus

    • Introduction, Installation and Overview
      • What is game development and what is Gamesalad?
      • Install Gamesalad for Macintosh
      • Macintosh Interface Overview And A Few Words About The Windows Version
    • Assets for the Course
      • Macintosh Asset Files
      • Windows Asset Files
    • Getting Down to Business with Gamesalad
      • Section 2 Assignments
      • Starting a new game project
      • The Scene Editor part 1
      • The Scene Editor part 2
      • Actors part 1 (sprites and images)
      • Actors part 2 (sprites and images)
      • Tags, organizing your actors
      • Behaviors, actions and scripting part 1
      • Behaviors, actions and scripting part 2
      • Important Concepts – 1
      • Attributes part 1
      • Attributes part 2
      • Attributes details handout
      • Graphics part 1
      • Graphics part 2
      • Graphics details handout
      • Audio, sounds and music
      • Physics Engine
      • Physics details handout
      • Important Concepts – 2
    • You're first full game — Classic Pong!
      • Make Your Own Pong–The First Commercially Successful Video Game
      • Pong 2–Adding the paddles
      • Pong 3–Add the boundaries and the ball/puck
      • Pong 4–Scoring system and display
      • Pong 5–Artificial Intelligence
      • Pong 6–Tweaking the AI
      • Pong 7–Allowing the computer to serve the ball
      • Pong 8–Adding some UI messages and finishing the game
    • Creating your own endless runner style game!
      • Endless Runner 1–What is an endless runner game?
      • Endless Runner 2-Set up and begin building some platforms
      • Endless Runner 3–Continue building the plaftorms
      • Endless Runner 4–Randomize the platforms as they appear on screen
      • Endless Runner 5–Control the platforms placement and add the player
      • Endless Runner 6–Adding the player and some graphics
      • Endless Runner 7–Animate the player and scroll (parallax) the background
      • Endless Runner 8–Add the obstacles
      • Endless Runner 9–Scoring and final game details
    • Build a physics puzzle game!
      • Physics Puzzle 1–Physics puzzle game demo
      • Physics Puzzle 2–Set up and adding some actors
      • Physics Puzzle 3–Background scenery and scene building
      • Physics Puzzle 4–Break the crates with a particle effect
      • Physics Puzzle 5–Start the main character
      • Physics Puzzle 6–Winning or losing
      • Physics Puzzle 7–Adding the UI button controls
      • Physics Puzzle 8–Finish the UI and build a splash screen
      • Physics Puzzle 9–Level building
    • Conclusion
      • The End?
    • Bonus Material
      • Macintosh and Windows Interface Comparison
      • IMPORTANT Information for International Windows Users

Course Fee:
USD 49

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1 - 4 hours / week

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