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 is a registered Department of Education vendor in NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD, official Youth Week participant and activity provider to the Sydney Children's Hospital Westmead.

2017 Game Training ROADSHOW

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.

By the time students arrive home after the event, they can create their own spectacular 3D Worlds with terrain, ocean, sky and trees which blow in the wind. They can also import characters and vehicles to explore their world and write code to detect collisions, spawn objects and much more with our 12 Essential Coding Concepts.

Recent RoadShow Events


Carlingford High School




Harrington St Public


Gosford High School

RoadShow Highlights

3D Worlds

Learn to create spectacular 3D Worlds with terrain, hills, ocean, sky and trees which blow in the wind.


Import a First Person Controller or a fully animated character to walk around exploring your world.

Roads & Vehicles

Create awesome Need4Speed style roads and drive around exploring your world in our awesome Mustang.

Code Writing

Our 12 Essential Coding Concepts are the key to building your own games for multiple platforms and devices.



“I'd just like to say that this game training workshop may easily be the best thing I have done, not only in high school, but my whole life. The things I had learnt and were told about overwhelmed me. I just fell into awe when you quite literally raised mountains from the terrain.The things that I have taken in from those two workshops will stay with me forever.I cannot express my appreciation enough. ...and in essence, thank you.

Harry - Yr 8

Warners Bay High School


“The Game Training RoadShow has been an absolute success at our College. Around 100 students from grades 8-12 participated in the event. This has promoted a Game Design culture where students have moved away from being simple consumers and have become creators of their own imaginative ideas.I would recommend the Game Training RoadShow to every school, both primary and secondary, interested in engaging students in programming, 3D design and Game Design.”

Ricky Sinclair - IT/ICLT Academic Leader

Chisholm Catholic College