ECCP sets game app dev’t. forum

INTERESTED to learn the basics of creating your own gaming app?

This May 23-26, the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP), in collaboration with the University of Cebu (UC), will hold its first summer “Game App Development Camp.”

The event, which will be held at the Animation Lab of the UC-Banilad Campus, starts at 9 a.m. and and ends 6 p.m.

This will introduce participants to the unity game engine and Toonboom studio. The unity game engine is a tool that participants can use in developing programing codes, while Toonboom studio will also aid them in creating the character and background designs.

Participants will be grouped together to ensure collaboration between programmers and animators.

As an end-result, they will be able to create a side-scrolling game where their game characters maneuver through obstacles of their own design.

This game app can then be exported from the unity game engine and installed into the participant’s smart phones.

Game enthusiasts, designers, animators, programmers and those with zero-background in programming or animation are welcome to join.

Registration fees are P4,200 for ECCP member/students, and P5,200 for non-members.

All registration fees are inclusive of lunch and two snacks.

For questions and concerns, contact Christine Teves or Patricia Mendoza at (032) 253-3387 or email at cteves@eccp.com or patricia.mendoza@eccp.com.

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