Starting next Sunday, your kids will learn to write storyboards and plots for video games.
Which will be awesome.
On Sunday, August 18th, the MADE will hold its first-ever free video game writing class. The bi-weekly class, co-taught by developer Keith Nemitz and journalist Chris Barylick, the curriculum will center around creating a back story for a video game, developing a plot and creating decision trees. Students of all ages will learn plug their stories into a “Choose Your Own Adventure”-style framework to make their own decision-based games.
The first all-ages class will be begin at 11 AM and take place on a bi-weekly basis from there on in.
When: Sunday, August 18th, 11 AM.
Where: The MADE, 610 16th St, Suite 230, Oakland, CA.
Why: Because you write stories, your friends code and together, you can make some amazing video games.
Price: Absolutely, completely free.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Manuel Tovar (email@example.com) or Chris Barylick (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll work to answer your questions immediately.