Designing Digital Games: Create Games with Scratch! (Breen)
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The easy way for kids to get started with video game design.
Is your youngster a designer at heart? Read on! ‘Designing Digital Games’ helps children apply their design skills to video game design using Scratch - and this book! Introducing simple programming concepts over the course of three easy-to-follow projects, it shows your child how to use the free Scratch platform to create a video game from the ground up.
An extension of the trusted For Dummies brand, this juvenile book has a focus on accomplishment and provides all the steps to help young readers learn basic programming concepts to complete cool projects. From using sprites to create a game with a digital pet snake to creating maze games and cloning sprites to create a fun, attack-style game, this approachable guide offers simple, friendly instruction while building kids' confidence in designing digital games.
If there's a kid aged 7-11 in your life who has an interest in using Scratch to design digital games, this book provides the building blocks they need to take their hobby to the next level.
Derek Breen is a former designer for the Education Arcade at MIT and teaching fellow in the Digital Media Arts and Instructional Design program at Harvard Extension School. He is the author of ‘Scratch For Kids For Dummies’.
- Features a design that is heavy on eye-popping graphics your child will love
- Includes basic projects that set the young learner on the road to further exploration of video game design
- Offers a small, full-color, non-intimidating package that instills confidence in readers
- Content is focused on the steps to completing each of the projects
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