Minnesota Game Design Camps and Programs

Children interested in games, such as video or computer games, and how they work may enjoy attending a game design camp. These camps are geared toward kids who want to learn about how to design all kinds of games. WorkshopSee More »

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    iD Tech Camps: #1 in STEM Education - Held at Macalester

    Alexa Cafe: All-Girls STEM Camp - Held at Macalester College


    iD Game Dev Academy for Teens - Held at Macalester

    Experience a game development startup

    At this intensive game design and development program, teens ages 13-18 receive elite instruction in a collegiate setting, interact with industry pros, and network with peers. Equipped with an impressive portfolio and two weeks of insider experience, students graduate well-prepared to break into the gaming industry. These pre-college programs feature personalized instruction and guaranteed small classes. Courses are led by hand-selected industry professionals. We're talking indie game designers. Big-time game developers. 3D level designers. Students gain valuable STEM skills, work hands-on with...

    Active Learning Chess, Minecraft, and GameMaker Video Game Creation Camps

    Active Learning Services provides exciting and enriching summer camps for children ages 5-16. Programs include chess camps where professional chess instructors teach children of all abilities to play and improve their games. Also our popular video game creation and animation camps give children a great opportunity to learn the basics of game design and computer programming. Students can attend morning or afternoon half-day programs or combine two programs for a full day of fun. They will have a blast with excellent instructors and make new friends with other campers, all while learning and developing their minds!

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      About Minnesota Game Design Camps and Programs

      Children interested in games, such as video or computer games, and how they work may enjoy attending a game design camp. These camps are geared toward kids who want to learn about how to design all kinds of games. WorkshopSee More »