Learn more about the things you loveGame Design and Development
Level: Ages 11-18
Estimated Duration: Full-year
Provider: DreamLink Learning
Mode: Online Teacher-supported
Learn By Doing
Design and develop your own games using Fusion 2.5, a kid-friendly game-creation software from Clickteam. You’ll start this course by building and customizing pre-set games. Then, you’ll create your own original adventure!
what you'll learn & create
- Program and design fun computer games
- Create a library of custom games
- Build levels, points, backgrounds, sounds, and more!
- Convert game files for mobile play (optional)
- Your own set of games to play and share such as:
- Ice Breakers
- Cat Burglar
- Alien Attack
- Pest Busters
- Amazon Adventure
- Your own original game from a large collection of custom assets
PC or Mac
Windows 7 or higher (PC only)
Not Chromebook/iPad compatible
Education Version ($25 – required software purchase is reimbursable)
Support From Expert Instructors
Video Game Genres and Editors
Sample Games and Animation
Start and End Screens
Objectives and Obstacles
Ending and Starting the Game
How To Register Your Child for TechTrep
Parents must submit an application for each child in the Tech Trep Academy InfoCenter. Please click “Apply” at the top of this site to begin the process.
Call For Inquiry
01. Parents Know Best
We invite parents to research curriculum and learning resources to determine what’s best for each child, based on their unique needs and interests, and then submit a proposed year-long personalized education plan for review and approval.
02. Students Thrive
Once students experience a truly personalized learning environment, they never want to go back to a one-size-fits-all approach.
03. Success Continues
We hear amazing stories from parents whose children have continued their success as adults.
I am almost done with the game I am making. I am so glad I got my tech classes, They are so fun. It is almost like I am not doing school.”
My 15 year old son took a Computer Game Programming class, and found it so engrossing that he and his brothers have been happily working on games on their own (not assigned games).”
My daughter loved making video games for her brother to play.”