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Georgian Court University

Fortnite: Creating and Coding 3D Games

Grades 4-10
Note: Fortnite is ESRB Rated for 13+

If you love 3D-based video games and want to explore how to make them, then this camp is for you! Fortnite: Creating and Coding 3D Games is a camp experience designed for kids who are interested in learning more about game design and who are interested in getting a basic introduction to programming. In this camp, you’ll dive deep into learning about how to use Fortnite’s Creative Mode and focus on learning about variables, functions, conditional statements, loops and triggers. Our daily build and code challenges will help you hone your programming and design skills and provide you with a feeling for what it’s like to be a real game developer.

Fleming Tech Camps and it’s Fortnite camps are part of the Epic Games Community Partnership

Goals and Learning Objectives
  • Develop 3D worlds, puzzles and problems and explore how to build 3D game worlds
  • Introduction to 3D FPS design principles
  • Demonstrate an understanding of variables as a concept in the context of a game
  • Create a puzzle in a game environment that incorporates the use of variables.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of collision detection in the context of a game.
  • Create an obstacle course with challenges that incorporate the use of collision detection, events, and triggers.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of conditional statements in the context of a game.
  • Create a puzzle in a game environment that incorporates the use of conditional statements.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of functions in the context of a game. – Create a puzzle in a game environment that incorporates the use of functions.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of loops as a computer science concept.
  • Apply an understanding of loops as a means of musical composition in the context of a game.
Hardware

Primary Computer Device:

  • Windows 8, 10 or 11

 

Additional Required Tech:

  • Headphones
  • Microphone
  • Web Camera

 

If you have an additional device for Zoom, Fortnite Can Also Run on:

  • PlayStation 5
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
Software
  • Fortnite

Location

Georgian Court University
Lakewood, NJ

Date

July 11 - 15

Time

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Goals and Learning Objectives
  • Develop 3D worlds, puzzles and problems and explore how to build 3D game worlds
  • Introduction to 3D FPS design principles
  • Demonstrate an understanding of variables as a concept in the context of a game
  • Create a puzzle in a game environment that incorporates the use of variables.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of collision detection in the context of a game.
  • Create an obstacle course with challenges that incorporate the use of collision detection, events, and triggers.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of conditional statements in the context of a game.
  • Create a puzzle in a game environment that incorporates the use of conditional statements.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of functions in the context of a game. – Create a puzzle in a game environment that incorporates the use of functions.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of loops as a computer science concept.
  • Apply an understanding of loops as a means of musical composition in the context of a game.
Hardware

Primary Computer Device:

  • Windows 8, 10 or 11

 

Additional Required Tech:

  • Headphones
  • Microphone
  • Web Camera

 

If you have an additional device for Zoom, Fortnite Can Also Run on:

  • PlayStation 5
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
Software
  • Fortnite