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Game Developer

Weekly Classes
1 Lesson per Week
1.5 Hours per Lesson
1 : 3 Teacher to Student Ratio
Class Size: 5 - 10

Class Venue 1
Singapore Management University
81 Victoria Street
Singapore 188065
Class Venue 2
United World College - East Campus
1 Tampines Street 73
Singapore 528704
Class Venue 3
Goldhill Centre
161B Thomson Road
Singapore 307614
Class Venue 4
Parkway Centre
#02-05 1 Marine Parade Central
1 Tampines Street 73
Singapore 449408

Timing Available:
Sat or Sun
9 am - 10.30 am
10.45 - 12.15 pm
1pm - 2.30 pm
2.45 - 4.15 pm
4.30pm - 6pm

Course Overview

Game Developer - Basic is designed to for participants to gain knowledge on game development. Participant will progressively explore all functionality of Scratch Programming platform and develop skillset to make animations and interactive games.
The course begins with making small simple animation and games and move on to building games with more complexities.

Game Developer - Basic is suitable for participant ages 7+ with little or no experience in coding.

Roboto Academy curriculum is guided by Learning Roadmap from Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore.

Learning Outcome

Understand basic principle of coding.

Make animations.

Develop unique interactive games.

Achieve Game Developement Jr Level 3 Competency.
(curriculum guided by IMDA ICT Learning Roadmap)

Level 1:
Build a single player game.
Enhance the game with at least 2 playable levels.

Level 2:
Build a multiplayer game for at least 2 players.
Enhance the game with persistent local storage on players' progression.

Level 3:
Build a game with dynamic contents.
Enhance the game with two levels of difficulties to cater to different skill levels of the players.

Q1: What is Scratch Programming?

Scratch is a programming language which children can code and create interactive media such as stories, games, and animation. As children create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically.

Q2: How does developing games enhance computational thinking?

Developing games simulates logical reasoning and trains up young children to structure data and codes. Through the procress, they will learn how to spot patterns, decompose complex tasks and hone their computational thinking skills.