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Computer Programming

Students will learn the basics of the Java programming language. Students will be able to apply understanding to real world application design, video game design, and autonomous robotics.

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Take a look at these videos for leJOS EV3 help

How to install Eclipse and the JDK at home



  • Here is the Mario resource
  • Here is a link to the Sound and Collision material
  • GIMP
  • KiloBolt Resource

  • Game designers (non-android)
  • Here are 3 sides of a 6 sided dice (red and white)
  • Butka's version of his game after Unit 3 day 5. You can import it into a project in Eclipse
  • StaringClass Unit 3
  • Player Unit 3
  • Beginner Game Design Projects

  • Games Part 1 (Show an image)
  • Games Part 2 (Key input)
  • Games Part 3 (Using key input to move an image)
  • Games Part 4 (Smooth animation)
  • Games Part 5 (Adding sounds)
  • Games Part 6(Using Gimp to edit images)
  • Games Part 7
  • Game Tut 8 (Mouse input)
  • Game Tut 9
  • Game Tut 10
  • Game Tut 11
  • Additional Sound
  • Explosion animation tiles
  • Here is an animation example
  • Here is the ONLINE TRICK
  • Make sounds using Audacity
  • Collison is EASY
  • Here is Player
  • Here is Game
  • Here is Puck
  • Take a look at the Mario files! Create a project named Mario and place these files in a package called mario
  • Platform Series