This diversity-friendly workshop is the third part of a series of beginners workshops which includes Interactive Fiction (Sat Apr 7) & Creating a digital game (Sat Apr 28) and is part of ReFig: Network in Play - Crafting Diversity in Games programme this year. Ticket prices start from €10.00.
This diversity-friendly workshop is the third and final part of a series of beginners games workshops.
Description: In the workshop we will explore the basic building blocks needed to begin developing your own game in Unity. Using the engine's built in tools, you'll learn to create movement controls, set up platforms using colliders, wire up sprites for your character and enemies, set win/lose conditions and more.
Computers will be provided on the day, and spaces are limited to 14 persons.
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Coding Grace is partnering with Maynooth University and a network of local partners to provide alternative spaces for learning about designing and making games. This initiative is part funded by SSHRC research council and the Refiguring Innovation in Games (ReFIG) network in Canada. The larger project is committed to promoting diversity and equity in the games industry and culture.
No, PCs will be provided by Galway Technology Centre. Lunch will be included, you will be ask about your dietary requirements when you register.
Any money left over from these workshops will be donated to COPE Galway.
403 bus departs from Eyre Square and serves Mervue Business Park where GTC is located, see http://www.galwaytransport.info/2008/12/wellpark-area-see-map-at-bottom-of-this.html
Full refunds until 48 hours before the event.
Please IGNORE Refund Policy of 24 hours below, it's 48 hours
Tracey McCabe has been developing software in a variety of industries for over 10 years, from finance to games with studios like StoryBeasts, IglooSoft, GoodGame Studio and Spooky Doorway. She is also involved in various youth outreach projects and speaks at events internationally.
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