FITC San Francisco 2010
  • 2010-08-17 00:00:00 2010-08-19 00:00:00 America/Toronto FITC San Francisco 2010 San Francisco FITC
  • San Francisco



Note that this workshop is offered on the Pre-Festival Workshop Day (Aug 16) and therefore is only available to those who have ‘The Works’ or the ‘Pre-Festival Workshop’ ticket.

All the way from Brighton UK, Flash games specialist and Papervision3D team member Seb Lee-Delisle puts the fun back into Flash with this brand new one-day game programming course suitable for beginners or advanced Flash programmers alike.

We’ll give you the base code for many game engines including Space Invaders, Asteroids, a top down driving game, 3D Pong, soccer shootout and a platform game engine, as well as a simple framework for putting your apps together.

Several case studies from his team at Plug-in Media with be reviewed in detail, including Extreme Pamplona (Sure for Men), Nev’s Jambuster (BBC) and LunarLander3D.

Computer Policy:
To keep prices this low, this workshop is bring-your-own-laptop.

Feedback from this workshop run in Brighton: 

Overall approval rating: 97.78%

“The course was awesome, it was fun and informative. I found the actual code easy enough to understand and all the explanations were in simple plain terms and I left feeling like I learned a lot. Thank you!”

“Seb is a great teacher and somehow has the ability to make complex concepts seemingly simple and easy to understand. The course is presented in a sociable and relaxed manner and covers a range of classic arcade game examples.”

“I really enjoyed it, the best bit being that it reinvigorated my initial interest in Flash as a platform – it’s great fun.”

“The course was a huge confidence builder. I now feel fully equipped to start creating my own games… you’ve taken away all the stumbling blocks… now I can concentrate on the creative side of games programming.” – Nicola Birtwhistle, attendee from Brighton workshops

Presented by:
Rich Media Institute