Beginning Game Development with Corona SDK
Complete course for creating 2D games using Corona SDK + bundle bonus!
Aimed at beginners, this video tutorial course will guide you through the creation of your own game for iOS or Android (or even Windows/Mac desktop).
The Corona SDK framework used for this course is one of the most powerful 2D game engines available, and the free version is all you need!
You Can Get Started, Right Now!
The videos can be viewed online and the sample code can be downloaded to your computer so you can follow along. Since it’s all online and all digital, you don’t have to wait, you can start finding out how to make your own game right now.
Play games other people make, or finally take control and make your own games.
"You got me up to speed in record time and my first game should be out in 4-6 weeks time. Congrats on an awesome course." - Tim Buchalka, funkysquid.com
Imagine how it will feel when people around the world download and play what you’ve created!
Get even more Corona SDK tutorials -- the following courses are now included free with the purchase of this course:
- Composer Scene Management - Transition from scene to scene using cool-looking effects.
- Making a Grid - Grids are used for match-3 games, tower defense games, etc. Discover how to make grids!
- Easy Pathfinding - Make your player and enemies move around the screen and avoid obstacles!
- Using the Corona SDK Widget Library - Buttons, sliders, switches, and more. Use in games and business apps!
You can buy these courses separately for an additional $49, or get them free with the purchase of this course.
Jay has been programming professionally since 1988, starting with game programming and then over the years moving to internet programming with a major Seattle telecommunications firm. Jay started programming for mobile devices in 2010 and currently has several games and apps in the Apple App Store with more on the way.
In addition to writing scores of technical articles over the years, Jay has recorded dozens of hours of tutorial videos. He's been a speaker at technical conferences and enjoys teaching how to make games and apps almost as much as making games and apps themselves.
Jay is a Certified Developer with Corona SDK and has created a computer science course for the University of Alaska on using Unity to make 2D games.