Unity Video-game Programming
Meets on B Club Days in the Library.
The purpose of this club is to get student involved in subjects such as computer science, programing, graphic design, engineering, and physics through the creation of fun educational games. Students will also gain leadership skills, teamwork skills, and career skills, which will later on help them decide on pursuing a degree in a STEM programs. Students will use the game engine Unity3D and graphic software such as Blender, Autodesk Maya, and Spriter to create educational games. Also, as the club grows, students will participate in competitions such as the National Stem Video Game Challenge, Ludum dare, and more.