Video Game Programming gives students an early start to their potential career
By Justin Casillas and Hazel Rothrock
In the Bay Area, many people dream of becoming a game developer, and Denali provides students with the means to get there. Video Game Programming is the advanced version of Intro to Game Design. The course helps students learn more about coding and the production of games. Students use Scratch and Phaser to develop their games.
“In this class students are given the time to sit down and make the game they want to make,” Video Game Programming teacher Matthew Hesby said.
Students enjoyed working to create a final product. “It’s engaging and fun,” Denali freshman Jens Berg said.
See below for a video about the Video Game Programming course: