Learn Video Game Development


We have 6 resources for learning Video Game Development including educational Online Classes and Games, from providers such as CompuScholar, Lynda.com, Code.org, and University of Colorado System.


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Become a Unity 2D Developer


College | Online class

Build and develop games using Unity. Start with a look at your prospects in the game industry and get an overview of 2D design and development. Get skilled in scripting, animations, level design,...

Free

Beginning Game Programming with C#


College | Online class

The Beginning Game Programming with C# course is all about learning how to develop video games using the C# programming language. Why use C# instead of C++, Java, ActionScript, or some other...

Free

Game Development for Modern Platforms


College | Online class

Game Development for Modern Platforms is course 4 of 5 in the Game Design and Development Specialization. Break into the video game industry with theoretical, technical, and business knowledge from...

Free

Game Lab


6th - High School | Online class

Game Lab is a programming environment where you can make simple animations and games with objects and characters that interact with each other. Design an animation or game, code with blocks or...

$15

Game Programming with VB


6th - 8th | Online class

The Game Programming with Visual Basic course provides students with an easy introduction to programming and video game design topics using the Visual Basic language. Topics Covered The first...

$15 monthly

Unity Game Programming


9th - High School | Online class

This course covers fundamental game design and C# coding skills such as: Game Engines Using the Unity framework C# scripting concepts 2D game physics Data types, variables and math Logical...

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