Students can get creative when they join Video Game Programming
By Avi Mehra and Anthony Terkelsen
Whenever a player boots up their favorite game, they might wonder how the game was designed. Video games are made by either a stand-alone person or a group of developers working for a company, and the Video Game Programming Expeditions course helps prepare students for such jobs. The course exists to show students how to develop video games using two programs, Scratch and Phaser.
“Programming is a very important skill to learn nowadays,” instructor Matthew Hesby said.
Students explained the difficulty of this course: “It may seem hard at first, but through time and practice, it will become fun,” Tahoma sophomore Aiden Bowen said.
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