Better than a lot of other game camps…We got to work in teams and learn Unity.

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Sean had a good time and it was pretty amazing what they could accomplish in 2 weeks!

Dave Camp Testimonial

It was fun touring Backflip and seeing how they make the parts [for Dragonvale].

Sofia Testimonial

I love that first day when a shy kid just lights up when we start talking about games.

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  • Subscribe to keep up-to-date with camp news!

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          Subscribe and be the first to know about classes, camps, coupons, and other news from DreamQuest Academy by subscribing to our mailing list. Don't miss out on our fun STEM classes or camps! Subscribe today and tell your friends and family about our videogame design classes and camps. Read More »
  • Boulder and Denver Campers End Successful Session with Presentations and Awards

    Boulder and Denver Campers End Successful Session with Presentations and Awards

      We had an amazing session with our Boulder and Denver campers as they spent two weeks creating their own unique video games, learning valuable STEM skills, making new friends, and touring Dire Wolf Digital on our field trip in Denver. We love to see the spark of creativity and passion for building games. Our campers leave us with a greater appreciation for the games they play, and we hope they continue to create! The camps wrapped up with a Presentations and Awards ceremony at the Dove House in Lafayette. Each team presented their game, and several awards were given.… Read More »
  • Watch video of the Denver and Boulder Game Presentations!

    Watch video of the Denver and Boulder Game Presentations!

  • Field Trip to Dire Wolf Digital

    Field Trip to Dire Wolf Digital

      Our Denver and Boulder Campers took a break from game development to tour Dire Wolf Digital in Denver where the campers were inspired by the artists, programmers, and designers. Campers also enjoyed play testing Dire Wolf's Pokémon game. We hope you enjoy the photos! Read More »
  • Cure the munchies at our camp store

    Cure the munchies at our camp store

    Even with a packed lunch, campers can get hungry during the day making it hard to build a videogame! We recommend you put $20 in your child's camp store account, and any unused balance will be credited at the end of camp. Our camp store offers a variety of drinks and snacks along with USB bracelets and camp shirts. Use the button below to create a $20 store credit for your camper: Read More »
  • OculusVR Demo at Denver Comic Con

    OculusVR Demo at Denver Comic Con

    Our OculusVR Demo was a hit! DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp and DreamQuest Games had a blast at Denver Comic Con this past weekend. Our OculusVR demo was a huge hit with all ages, and we even got a visit from Halo's Master Chief who had a turn playing. Limited space in upcoming camps Our upcoming camps in Denver, Boulder, and Lafayette still have a few spaces left if you know of a kid age 10-16 who’d like to learn to build their own video game and even try their hand at building a game for the OculusVR! Use coupon code… Read More »
  • DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp at Denver Comic Con

    DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp at Denver Comic Con

    Come see us at Denver Comic Con! DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp and DreamQuest Games are at Denver Comic Con this weekend! We will be set up in The Hall of Games (room 709-711), and we will be demoing our OculusVR kit (virtual reality). DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp is the only camp in the Front Range area to offer campers a chance to design and build a virtual reality game using OculusVR. Come try out our OculusVR and have a great time visiting other local game studios as well. Our camp booth will be right next to our DreamQuest Games booth.… Read More »
  • Field Trip to Leviathan Studios

    Field Trip to Leviathan Studios

      The Leviathan artist shows campers how he sketches and then turns the drawing into a 3D element in a game. Our first Videogame Design Camp is under way, and we've had a great start with a field trip to Leviathan Studios in Boulder, Colorado. Our campers enjoyed play-testing Besieged and Horse Life Adventures. Campers also learned the life-cycle of a video game from idea to publication and met Leviathan's artists and animators who showed us how all the pieces of development fit together to create a game. The campers were thrilled to learn that Leviathan Studios uses Unity3D to… Read More »
  • Update on AVAILABLE Summer 2014 Sessions and Locations

    Update on AVAILABLE Summer 2014 Sessions and Locations

      DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp Updated Locations and Session Dates We are happy to announce that 2014 Videogame Design Summer Camps are filling up quickly. We still have space in the camp dates and locations listed below. Register your child today to secure your preferred date and location. Updated June 11, 2014 LocationAVAILABLE DatesUpdated Location Address Boulder/Longmont July 7-18 Temple Grandin School, 6446 Jay Rd, Boulder, CO 80301 - Map Lafayette/Broomfield June 16-27 July 21-Aug 1 DreamQuest Studios off Hwy 42 and Hwy 287 - 2840 Antelope Ct, Lafayette, CO 80026 - Map Centennial/Parker July 7-18 Innovation Pavilion (right near… Read More »
  • We support STEMgirls!

    We support STEMgirls!

    DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp has made it our mission to is to provide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) opportunities for youth. We particularly want to reach out to girls since they have been historically under-represented in STEM classes and careers. We know that STEM camps, classes, and careers are a great way for kids to have fun, make friends, and learn valuable skills that can help them prepare for rewarding careers. We want more girls enrolled in our camp, but we also want to support other local STEM camps, especially those just for girls. That's why we've partnered with… Read More »
  • DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp Seeking High School Interns

    DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp Seeking High School Interns

    DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp is hiring interns for all summer camp session. High school students ages 16+ who are interested in becoming a game designer, artist, or programmer should apply. Why would I want to intern with DreamQuest Camps? Because interning with us will be fun, profitable and can be a great stepping stone to your career in the video game industry! DreamQuest Games has been in business for almost 15 years and is a local leader in the video game industry. You will have fun working with our experienced designers, developers, and artists, and most of all the kids!… Read More »
  • Former DreamQuest Camper Publishes his Camp Videogame

    Former DreamQuest Camper Publishes his Camp Videogame

    Your camp session may end, but that doesn't mean your game building must end as we see with former camper, Chris, who attended a DreamQuest Videogame Design session last summer at age 12. After his camp session ended, Chris continued work on his video game, Flare. Chris created his own game studio called Visionary Games, and he eventually published a Windows, Mac, and Linux version of Flare on the indie game sites, IndieDB and ModDB. Since building Flare, Chris and his Visionary Games team members have continued to work on videogame building and recently released a puzzle game called The… Read More »
  • Watch Kids Build a Videogame in Just 15 Minutes

    Watch Kids Build a Videogame in Just 15 Minutes

        At the recent SuperKids Expo we challenged our team and the audience to build a unique Videogame using Unity3D in just 15 minutes during our live demo. The kids chose all aspects of the game and titled it "Tiny Ball of Doom." We hope you enjoy watching the process! Read More »
  • Meet our new instructors from NOAA and Leviathan Games!

    Meet our new instructors from NOAA and Leviathan Games!

    We are thrilled to add two talented and qualified instructors to our team. Julien Lynge currently works at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as an Associate Scientist in the Technology Outreach Branch. He recently won the CIRES Outstanding Performance Service Award at NOAA. Julien also teaches video game design through the Atlas Center at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Julien is an expert in both Unity3D and C# programming along with many other programming languages. Whatever programming questions the campers have, Julien is sure to know the answer. Kit Burgess currently works at another Boulder-based game studio,… Read More »
  • DreamQuest Videogame Camps to Donate $1000 to Promote STEM Curriculum in Colorado Schools

    DreamQuest Videogame Camps to Donate $1000 to Promote STEM Curriculum in Colorado Schools

    April 8, 2014 (Boulder, CO) – Local game developer, DreamQuest Games, will be donating $1,000 to an area school’s technology department in conjunction with their STEM-focused Videogame Design Summer Camp. Christopher Williamson, DreamQuest Games owner and lead instructor, explains that he was inspired by President Obama’s State of the Union call-to-action in getting boys and girls excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM): “I felt I could really do my part to make a difference by getting kids excited about technology through building their own video game app. Our team can also help a specific area school by donating… Read More »