Video games are fun to play, but have you ever wondered how to make one? Carmelo, a grad student in the MIT Media Lab, shows how anyone can start learning how to create video games by talking to machines through programming languages.
Start making at https://scratch.mit.edu!
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made with love at MIT
Creative Commons: CC BY-NC-SA, MIT
Written by: Elizabeth Choe ‘13 with Carmelo Presicce SM ‘17
Additional scripting: George Zaidan ‘08
Produced by: Elizabeth Choe ‘13
Director: George Zaidan ‘08
Editor: Per Hoel
Special effects: Loren Sherman ‘16
Production assistant: Ceri Riley ‘16
Hosted by: Carmelo Presicce SM ‘17
Tetris image: http://habitry.com/blog/they-dont-want-results
Minecraft image: http://www.gamespot.com/articles/minecraft-2-not-happening-anytime-soon/1100-6429533/
Angry Birds image: http://thedroidguy.com/2012/03/angry-birds-space-update-available-on-barnes-noble-nook-tablet-21384
Mad Max image: http://www.gameguyz.com/pictures/wallpaper/hd-mad-max-wallpapers.html
Special thanks: Mitch Resnick and the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab
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