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iD Game Design & Development Academy

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Dont just play video gamescreate your own!

Discover how your passion for gaming can lead to a college degree and future career! At iD Game Design & Development Academy, teens ages 13-18 get immersed in game design, game development, programming, 3D modeling and animation, and 3D level design. Youll learn from elite faculty, innovate and collaborate with new friends, tour a real studio, interact with gaming industry professionals, and compete in late-night gaming tournaments. Game world meets real world!


Courses include: 3D Level Design with Unreal Engine 4, Game Development for iPhone & Android with Unity & C#, Game Programming with C++, Minecraft Game Development, 3D Character Modeling with Autodesk Maya & Mudbox, and iD Game Studios 101. Youll leave the Academy with an impressive portfolio and receive (optional) accredited Continuing Education Units.


These intensive, 2-week, pre-college summer programs are held at select university campuses nationwide. This includes programs held at Stanford, Emory, Harvard, Vassar, Villanova, UW, and Lake Forest College (Chicago area).


The iD Difference

  • Make Changes Anytime: Enroll today to avoid the waitlist, and make changes up to 3 weeks before your session startswithout any fees. Its flexibility for the busy parent.

  • Personalized instruction and never more than 8 students per instructor. Guaranteed.

  • Tech-savvy, passionate, adult-only instructors make learning fun. No Counselors-in-Training.

  • Optional Accredited Continuing Education Units issued by Villanova to enhance college applications.

Additional iD Tech Programs

iD Tech also offers iD Programming Academy (for teens), iD Tech Camps (ages 7-17), Alexa Café (all-girls STEM program in a unique, stylish setting), and iD Tech Mini (half and full day for ages 6-9).



Visit for more information and to register online (check up-to-the-minute-availability). Or, call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) to speak with a Program Advisor.


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