New video game creation class offered through Paso Robles Recreation
Students learn to make their own video game apps
–Credentialed teacher Raymond Mullikin will join the Paso Robles Recreation team this fall with a weekly Video Game Creation class meeting every Wednesday, Sept. 28 through Oct. 26 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Centennial Park. Students will learn to create a multi-level arcade or platform style video game, like Super Mario or Space Invaders, using introductory graphical programming software. The class is open to children ages 9 through 16 and is $77 ($72 for siblings) for the five class session.
Students should bring a laptop to class and download a free software prior to the first class meeting. To learn more about this class or if you are interested in the class but do not have a laptop, contact Raymond Mullikin at email@example.com.
For more information or to register the Video Game Creation class, visit www.prcity.com/recreationonline. Registration can also be accomplished in person at the Paso Robles Recreation Services office at Centennial Park located at 600 Nickerson Drive.
Mullikin is a credentialed teacher with more than a decade of hands-on experience instructing students of all ages. He has taught art and computer classes to young students for many years throughout San Luis Obispo County. Mullikin is also a cartoonist, animator and software developer and has published cartoons in books, newspapers, apps, and e-cards and has created animated film shorts for film festivals in the United States and Canada. You can see some of Raymond’s Raytoons Projects at www.raytoons.net.
For more information about Recreation Services programs and events please call (805) 237-3988.