Computer Game Design for Teens in Metro Atlanta


Computer, video and Internet gaming have dramatically increased among teenagers, and there is no indication that this trend is going away anytime soon. Learning the basic tools of computer game design can help teens put their imaginations to work, and better prepare them to thrive in our technology-driven society. Computer Game Design, a three-session workshop for teens, grades 8 – 11, is being held at the MJCCA on Thursdays, October 13, 20, 27, from 6:45 pm – 8:45 pm. It is open to the community and MJCCA members.

The course is being taught by an expert from the New York Code + Design Academy and covers the fundamentals of game design and programming, including how to build code with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Upon completing the course, teens have the option of publishing their work on the Internet for friends and family to appreciate.

Open to the community and MJCCA members, Computer Game Design provides an excellent place to start exploring the art of game design and web development. The cost is $80 for non-members and $60 for MJCCA members.

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Paige Godfrey
(678) 812-4082