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Game development with Python

Python Spielentwicklung programmieren mit Kinder kostenlos

Game development with Python trial lesson



GameDev is not just a fancy label describing the application domain of programming languages. Game development is a deep and rich world, accommodating both teenagers just beginning to learn how to code and create their first games, and industry titans making millions in a business that provides not only income but aesthetic pleasure as well brings, feel equally comfortable. The origins of many large gaming startups lie in the programming and graphics of amateur games.
One of the simplest and most popular development languages is Python. The speed and ease of creating programs has earned it a solid reputation in a variety of fields. Python is supported by YouTube's video sharing service and Dropbox storage client and server software. Intel, Hewlett-Packard and IBM use Python for hardware testing, Industrial Light & Magic, Pixar and others use Python for animation. Python's role in Netflix and Yelp software infrastructure is high, NASA uses Python to solve scientific programming problems, and even the US National Security Agency uses Python to encrypt and analyze intelligence information.
The default implementation of Python is written and compiled in C and runs on almost every platform in use today: from computers and gaming consoles to digital assistants to the largest supercomputers. This makes Python one of the most relevant cross-platform programming languages.
Game programming and multimedia content creation is one of Python's strengths. In addition to many projects by independent developers, cult games have also been written in Python. Icelandic company CCP Games' grandiose space simulator EVE Online, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, makes extensive use of Python. In the equally legendary Civilization IV, customizable scenario events are written entirely in Python.
Teenagers between the ages of 10 and 14 are the prime age to start programming in Python. Game development as a learning tool is the most exciting format for language learning.
Course participants will learn:
- the basics of the popular Python language
- Paint and animate using code
- write own games.



11-16 years



Course duration:


(per 1 hour) 


individual and group work,

in online format

Number of Children:

from 3 to 8


For free



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