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iPhone game development course at RMIT now accepting students


RMIT University are commencing their iPhone games course again this year, so if you're interested in developing for the iPhone (and consequently, the iPod touch and iPad) for a very reasonable price, then you're in luck. There are a limited number of seats, and the course is headed up by Conor O'Kane, so you know you're in good hands.

If you're interested in seeing what last year's students came up with, check this video out!

You can see more videos of Conor's handy work at his youTube channel and website here.

Course Details

Mon 21 Jun 2010 to Thu 08 Jul 2010
Location: City Campus
Standard Fee: AU$ 800.00

Course Description

This 12 day course will teach you everything you need to know to produce games for the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad tablet computer. Using the Torque 2D Game engine, participants will learn how to create art and audio assets suitable for mobile games platforms, write scripts to manipulate these assets and incorporate tilt and touch input, and then deploy games to the hardware using Xcode. Conor O'Kane is a professional independent game developer with experience in game development for Apple platforms and has successfully published titles on the iTunes App Store.
Ideal for

The course is suitable for second year students, or developers with experience in flash actionscript, C++ or any similar programming language.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 31/12/10 - 12:34 AM Permalink

im a designer, former animator, not a coder ..interested in working on games for mobiles. would like to contact studios . can anyone suggest any i should contact . see my review of Angry Birds and samples of my designs here at my website

thanks for your time, whoever reads this and has some help to offer thanks ..