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NEWM-N 232 Introduction to Gameplay Scripting

3 credits

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Delivery: On-Campus
  • This project-based course introduces gameplay scripting in game engines. Students develop 2D and 3D games, implementing player input, object motion, collision response, audio feedback, and other game elements.

    Learning Outcomes

    1. Place game objects in a two-dimensional game scene.
    2. Program character controls for a three-dimensional game.
    3. Implement collision detection and response in a video game.
    4. Identify and fix errors in a game program.
    5. Track user scores throughout a gameplay session.
    6. Implement a game user interface.
    7. Design and program a game that builds on skills developed during the course.