Chris, age 12
Better than a lot of other game camps…We got to work in teams and learn Unity.
Sean had a good time and it was pretty amazing what they could accomplish in 2 weeks!
Sofia, age 12
It was fun touring Backflip and seeing how they make the parts [for Dragonvale].
Christopher, instructor and parent
I love that first day when a shy kid just lights up when we start talking about games.
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What’s new at DreamQuest Camps
- DreamQuest Videogame Design Camp is hiring interns for all summer camp sessions. All students ages 16 and up who are interested in becoming a game designer, artist, or programmer should consider applying for this unique opportunity! Why would I want to intern with DreamQuest Camps? Because interning with us will be fun, profitable and can […]Read More »
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- 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 […]Read More »
- 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 »
- 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 […]Read More »
- 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 […]Read More »
- 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 […]Read More »
- 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 […]Read More »
- 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 Location AVAILABLE Dates […]Read More »
- 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 […]Read More »
- 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 […]Read More »
- 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, […]Read More »
- 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 »
- 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 […]Read More »