Welcome to Game Training. Learn to create Commercial Quality video games for all major platforms including Apple Mac, Windows, Linux, iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Game Training Pty Ltd is a registered Department of Education vendor in NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD, official Youth Week participant, activity provider to the Sydney Children's Hospital Westmead and endorsed to provide NESA Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient Teacher.
The Game Training RoadShow works with schools around Australia, motivating students toward IT by teaching them how to write code and create their own commercial quality video games.
During this fast-paced 4 hour workshop students will be taken through an exciting introduction to the Unity software. Unity is not just an educational tool. Over half the games in the iPhone app store were developed using Unity. It is the number one game development engine around the world used by over 5.5 million registered developers. Game Training has created an incredibly fun, educational and eye-opening session for students that will take them through the fundamental concepts from coding to compiling apps and games for multiple platforms and creating spectacular 3D Worlds.
At every school there seems to be at least 30 students who are incredibly passionate about game development and coding. During these weekly one hour sessions students will be taken through the basics of coding and game development in Unity, receive one-on-one help with their projects and answers to their many questions.
In the first five weeks alone students will be introduced to a range of concepts such as coding artificial intelligence and controlling characters, cars and planes, learn how to write code to create spawn points, detect collisions, control animations, add keyboard controls and other skills needed to create the ultimate game. Also, as a fun introduction to the Unity software, students will create a beautiful commercial quality 3D world with trees, grass, moving clouds, birds, characters, vehicles and a realistic Need4Speed style road that weaves through their world.
Carlingford High School
Harrington St Public
Gosford High School