Starting this month, we’re launching a new series! Each month, Rachel will be creating an open source game (with creative commons art), taking input and suggestions from the community. There will be streams and edited videos about the process of making these games, and the source code will be publicly viewable up on GitLab! For[…]
This week we’ve wrapped up another game development course taught here in the Kansas City area! The students learned the basics of the Lua programming language and the Gideros Studio program in order to make simple video games. The students were given a DVD case with a CD of the course content, sample code, and[…]
Over the semester, Rachel has created lecture videos for her C++ courses for the spring. Covering C++ basics like variables, if statements, and loops, to more advanced topics like classes, inheritance, polymorphism, and more, you can view these lectures on YouTube on the Moosader Channel! C++ Course Playlist
Moosaders Rachel and Rebekah bring you a new tutorial series on the core principles of the C++ programming language! You can watch all the tutorial videos in this YouTube playlist.
Here’s an idea for a new mini-series — Make Pickin’ Sticks with ALL OF THE TOOLS. There are various resource pages that introduce you to different tools – some where you code, some where it’s click-and-drag, whatever. But, how do you know whether you want to actually use the tool or not? Is it a[…]
I’m all signed up to be a BSA merit badge counselor, and tomorrow I will have a couple of classes where I will be teaching boy scouts how to make some games with Scratch! I’ve posted my instructions & Scratch tutorial here on my website: http://www.moosader.com/tutorials/boy-scouts-of-america-game-design-merit-badge/ I bought the Merit Badge Pamphlet for Game[…]