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Create Expressive Videogames

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Course Features

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Duration

4 weeks

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Delivery Method

Online

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Available on

Lifetime Access

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Accessibility

Mobile, Desktop

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Language

English

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Subtitles

English

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Level

Beginner

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Effort

2 hours per week

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Teaching Type

Self Paced

Course Description

This course will teach you both the art and technique required to create amazing games. Learn how to critically analyze decisions in published games and code alongside us as we create small games each week to expand your toolbox. You'll be able to build your own videogame and start building it by the end of this course. This course uses an explicitly feminist intersectional framework for game design and analysis. This course focuses on the creation of small, independent games that enable developers to share their experiences.

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Skills You Will Gain

What You Will Learn

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Discuss and analyse existent games and their design decisions

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Design and refine game ideas

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Develop a game in Unity

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Explore and express ideas and emotions through the medium of games

Target Students

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This course is perfect for anyone looking to create games to express themselves and their experiences

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It's also for anyone who understands the important role games play in today's society, and wants a critical framework for their cultural context

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It acts as a starting point for someone wanting to make larger independent games - regardless of how much programming ability they have to begin with

Course Instructors

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Phoenix Perry

Instructor

Phoenix Perry creates embodied games and installations. As an advocate for women in game development, she founded Code Liberation Foundation. She leads an MSc in Creative Computing at UAL.
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Charlie Ann Page

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Charlie Ann Page is a freelance... everything. She's a game developer, teacher, educational designer, AI researcher, and game tournament official.

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