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Category: Video Game Programming for Kids

The Making of an Independent Video Game

Published on July 13, 2020
Indie games have taken off in a big way in the last decade. The widespread availability of software used to make them and the growth of platforms that distribute them directly to consumers have resulted in a glut of independent titles. There are tons of talented independent studios out there, and the job market for […]
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What Can Kids Learn from Video Games?

Published on March 30, 2020
Parents have a lot to worry about when it comes to raising their kids and setting them on the right path. Whether it’s what they eat, their hobbies, how well they do in school, among others, there are tons of concerns on the minds of parents, and video games are one of them. There are […]
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What Makes a Video Game Fun?

Published on December 10, 2019
The gaming industry has significantly changed over the last twenty or so years. In the past, when a video game was released it came out with a price that would cover the entirety of the game. Meaning that if you bought Halo: Combat Evolved (the first Halo game) back in 2001, you received the full […]
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Video Game Programming Classes for Kids in Mississauga

Published on November 25, 2019
Do your kids love to play video games? Or are they interested in learning how to code software? Better yet, do your kids love to do both? If so, then you should sign up your kids for a class today at Real Programming 4 Kids where we teach coding classes for children ages 7 to […]
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What Kind of Video Games Do Your Kids Like to Play?

Published on October 22, 2019
Does your kid love to play video games? Maybe when you were younger you loved to play them as well, but now are unfamiliar with the kinds of games that kids are playing these days. Or maybe you’ve never really played a video game at all and have no idea what they’re all about. Well, […]
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The Parents Guide to Video Game Coding Classes for Kids

Published on September 20, 2019
Have your kids ever told you they want to make video games when they grow up? Video games are engrossing, creative, and many have a rich narrative that could be comparable to novels. Today, over 91% of kids play video games on mobile, console, and PC. Not only are more kids than ever playing games, […]
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The Languages Pro Video Game Programmers Use Today

Published on August 31, 2019
The video game industry today is massive. Generating $152 billion in 2019 worldwide, it’s bigger than both the film and music industries. The Canadian industry has nearly 600 companies, with over 20,000 directly-employed full-time positions, making it the third-largest video game workforce in the world after the U.S. and Japan. It’s growing quickly at a […]
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Discover How C# Became the Ideal Computer Programming Language for Kids

Published on July 30, 2019
Learning computer programming can help kids develop technical skills for the future.  The goal could be to simply learn to move an object on-screen or build an entire game. C# has become an invaluable teaching tool in computer programming classes for kids, so let’s explore how the language developed and why so many teachers are […]
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Exploring the Many Benefits of Video Game Programming for Kids

Published on May 15, 2019
There are many skills a child could potentially learn during their formative years - but there are very few which are as all-around useful as learning computer programming!  By attending courses teaching video game programming for kids, your child wouldn't simply be learning more about a hobby they already love - they would be engaging […]
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Video Game Programming Is the Perfect Way for Kids to Learn Coding

Published on May 5, 2019
We are living in a time of great change, and it can be difficult for a parent to know which skills they should encourage their children to embrace.  It's easy to say, "follow your heart," but the reality is that many career skillsets are on a downswing and are likely to become less and less valued […]
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