Monthly Archives: March 2015

Teen Tech Night was a HUGE success!

The Maine Game’s 4 hours at Teen Tech Night in the Maine Discovery Museum was a huge success!  We taught over 50 teens and their parents how to make video games using the Unity game engine.  Everyone walked away learning something new.  With each session, we started with a blank scene and ended with a full, playable game with custom lighting,…

Teen Tech Night @ The Maine Science Festival

We are happy to announce that The Maine Game is presenting for 2 hours at Teen Tech Night as part of The Maine Science Festival happening this weekend!  We will be teaching all attendees how to make video games using the Unity game engine – something we are very familiar with. We will be there from 4:00 to 8:00 today and presenting…

Our summer camp is taking off!

Even though it has been released less than 48 hours ago, the Maine Game Summer Camp is taking off!! As soon as people hear about the certifications they’re going to walk away with, the video games they’ll be making, and the one of a kind experience they’ll have at our summer camp they can’t wait to sign up! We recently had…

It’s official: we’re the best in the state!

We had members of the Maine Game Club compete in this year’s Maine SkillsUSA Video Game Competition and we have great news: we won!  It’s official: we have the best video game developers at the high school level in the Maine!  Woo hoo! Brad, Matt, Asa, and Eli worked together as a team and made a really fun game, Barbarian’s…