C++ Game Programming With Unreal Engine - Stanford University

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Tagged in: Science & Tech, Arts & Crafts

C++ is used as the backbone for some of the biggest blockbuster games of all time. Why? Because it’s fast, flexible, and fun. Learn how to apply the basics of C++, including variables, loops, and arrays, to Unreal Engine 4—one of the most advanced game engines available. Use your C++ artistry to create pawns, collect player movement, and dynamically spawn actors within the expansive Unreal Engine 4 arena. This course is perfect for students interested in coding and game development, and they'll go home with a new portfolio highlighting new skills in both.

Ages: 13 - 18
Level: Beg - Adv
Proficiency in algebra: knowledge of variables, integers, and absolute values, and ability to evaluate algebraic expressions using order of operations and the distributive property.

Check-in: Mon-Fri 8-9am. Pick-up: Mon-Thu 5-6pm; Fri 3-4pm.

Location and Program Information

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Where: Stanford University
450 Serra Mall, Stanford, California, 94305

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