Want to learn to code? Does making real games and interactive art by programming a fake computer sound fun? Come learn to write code for the TIC-80 system and learn about game design, generative art, and making chiptunes.
Open to those in grades 6-12. Co-presented by Multnomah County Library and Game Education PDX.
Rockwood Makerspace programming is made possible by gifts to The Library Foundation.
Questions? Call 503.988.0462 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.