Introduction to Game Development
March 2 @ 4:00 pm - May 28 @ 6:00 pm$350
An Entry Level Course in Game Development Using Unity and C#
Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory, Inc (MAGIC), is partnering with a professional game developer to offer game development classes for students interested in coding and developing their own video games.
Students will have completed a playable level of their very own video game — designed and scripted by them!
MARCH 2 – MAY 28, 2020
13 Week Course – 2 days per week – 2 hours per class Mondays and Thursdays, 4:00pm -6:00pm
Winters Mill High School – Room G107 – 560 Gorsuch Rd, Westminster, MD 21157
$350 per student (contact us if you need financial assistance: email@example.com) | Military receives 10% discount (please email for discount code: firstname.lastname@example.org)
WHAT YOU NEED:
A laptop computer that can run Unity. You can test your system by downloading Unity here: https://store.unity.com/download-nuo
**If you do not have a laptop that can run Unity, we have loaner laptops available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please let us know if you need to reserve one: email@example.com**
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Mick Mancuso has been in the game industry since 1988. During his career, he worked on games as a programmer, designer, level designer, writer, voice actor, producer and teacher. Game genres worked on include RTS, Flight Simulators, Giant Mech Simulators, FPS, RPG and puzzle games. Companies include Strategic Simulations, Spectrum HoloByte, MicroProse, Hasbro Interactive, Microsoft and EA.
In addition to Entertainment games, he’s worked with military and financial institutions to create training games for the US Infantry, the Singapore Armed Forces and the FDIC.
Lately, he has been teaching up and coming developers in level design, design scripting a production. He taught at The Guildhall of Southern Methodist University and was the Program Chair for Game Development at SAE Expression College in Emeryville, CA.
You can find a list of his games at: