Would you like to create your own games for iPhone and iPad? Of course you do! This course is for you! Learn to build your own games in a fun and simple way using the latest technologies from Apple: Swift and Sprite Kit.
Did you know the most popular category in the App Store is Games? Yep. And now you have the opportunity to add your game to the global market place.
Swift is the new programming language from Apple and it is quickly becoming the favorite for iOS game developers. Discover the power and easy to use of this language in the creation of native iOS games.
Sprite Kit is Apple's 2D game development platform where you can build games with animations, sounds, physics simulation (gravity, speed, collisions, forces) and the particle generation engine.
This course is designed in a way that new programmers and experienced ones can enjoy.
You will learn:
This course includes:
At the end of the course you will have the necessary skills to create many types of games
Are you ready to learn how to create the next best seller game?
Let's get started!
Xcode is the development environment from Apple. You can create iPhone, iPad and Mac apps with it. You can download it for free from the App Store. But to use the latest beta version (not released to the general public yet) you need an Apple Developer Account. If you don't have one go to: https://developer.apple.com/register/
This lesson shows how to create particle emitters to your project. You can create lasers, fire, snow, leaves falling, rain and many other effects. This lesson has no audio.
Antonio Tangarife is a lead developer with 20+ years of experience and literally millions of lines of code written in many computer languages.
He teaches this Game Development course at the Technology, Research and Science Trust in Puerto Rico. He is also a guest speaker in several universities and coaches startups in the development of iOS apps.
He creates apps and complex solutions for many big companies. But his passion is game programming.
He is also the first Startup Accelerator graduate from Puerto Rico and winner of several programming awards. He is a contributor for Code 4 Puerto Rico and participates as judge in several hackathons and university competitions during the year.
He is also the team leader of Blu3.Ninja, a digital firm.