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Teens: Create Own Video Games (DC Public Library) – VIRTUAL
August 6, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Ever wanted to learn how to create your own video games? Now you can, from the comfort of your own home! Get hands-on experienced coding video games using a browser-based game by Cloudy Heaven Games.
Local game developer, software engineer, and owner of Cloudy Heaven Games, Dorothy Phoenix, will offer three guided instructional sessions on DC Public Library’s Facebook page. Ms. Phoenix will also talk about how to get started in the video game business and how to write out your video game ideas.
Visit us on Aug. 6 at 4 p.m. on the Library’s Facebook Page to join in on the fun!
This program is a part of DC Public Library’s Summer Challenge which encourages families to read for 20 minutes each day. Sign up for Summer Challenge to track your reading for a chance to win great prizes all summer long! This event is sponsored by the DC Public Library Foundation.