Mobile Game Design for iPhone & Android - The University of Texas at Austin

Run by iD Tech Camps

Tagged in: Science & Tech, Arts & Crafts

This is your student's chance to design and build a game to play on their iPhone or Android device. With Stencyl and its user-friendly toolset, they'll use behaviors, events, and physics to create mobile video games—all while learning core principles of game design. This course is an essential step for any aspiring game designer.

Note: If you'd like us to try to install your student’s game to a device, it must be officially supported and updated to the latest software version.

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

Location and Program Information

Map to The University of Texas at Austin

Where: The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas, 78712

The #1 summer computer camp for kids & teens. STEM programs in coding, Minecraft, game design, robotics, film & more held at 100+ campuses nationwide.

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