2019 Summer Workshop for iDEW Students
Get your game on
If you want to design and develop games, you can learn how this summer in a one-week workshop open only to iDEW students.
IUPUI professor Mathew A. Powers will be teaching the popular workshop Game Design and Development with the Unreal® Engine 4 at the IU School of Informatics and Computing in July. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to collaborate with fellow gaming enthusiasts in air-conditioned comfort.
Using Unreal 4—the world’s leading game engine that was used to create “Batman: Arkham Asylum,” “Gears of War,” and the “Final Fantasy 7” remake—you’ll learn to create a fully playable, original 3-D world complete with lands, buildings, and all kinds of objects from the world of gaming.
You don’t need prior experience. If you’re an iDEW student enthralled by PlayStation 4 or Xbox One games, or you have an idea for a gaming world that you want to bring to life, this IUPUI workshop is for you.
Seating is limited, so don’t delay.