Python and SpriteKit: What You Need To Know

NumPy, scientific computing, sprite animation, 2D game development, programming fundamentals. Includes FREE webinar!


A Python developer manual for beginners that requires no coding experience because Python is an easy to learn programming language.

A NumPy tutorial for beginners in which you’ll learn how to create a NumPy array, access values, manipulate arrays, and much more.

Swift is an easy language to get started with, especially if you are a beginner to the iOS platform. Learn to use SpriteKit to build 2D games for iOS.

This course was funded by a popular Kickstarter.

Learn how to use NumPy 1.12.0, the fundamental package for scientific computing with Python! This course is suitable for coding beginners because we begin with a complete introduction to coding in Python, a popular coding language used for websites like YouTube and Instagram.

You will learn the basics of programming, including topics like variables, functions, and if statements. Tutorials on data structures such as lists, dictionaries and sets. We will cover how to use for and while loops, how to handle user input and output, file input and output. We will apply our knowledge to build a fully functional tic tac toe game.

Tutorials on classes, methods, attributes, instancing, and class inheritance. We will make an additional Blackjack game! You will  learn how to solve errors that can occur when you work as a programmer.

We don’t hold out. Get lots of content in just 1 course.

In Part 2, you will take your Python knowledge and apply it to NumPy. You will learn to create and shape NumPy and 2D arrays. Tutorials on how to resize, format, and sort arrays. We will cover how to perform calculations within NumPy arrays. Lectures about math functions, statistics and polynomials with NumPy. And more!

Why SpriteKit?

SpriteKit is the framework for making 2D games for Apple products. It’s free! You can make cool games, from super simple to more complex, in SpriteKit. SpriteKit provides support for cool special effects and physics. It’s a fun interface to express your creativity. Before you know it, you could see a game you built in SpriteKit in the App Store!

To give a game functionality, you will add code to your game’s objects in Xcode. Xcode is a user-friendly programming language that is easy to understand.

Anyone can use SpriteKit

In Part 3, you will learn how to make simple 2D games using Apple’s SpriteKit. You build the following games: Breakout Clone, Pong Clone, and Space Invaders. This course is unique because we will make both the code and the design for the games from scratch.

Don’t worry if you’ve never coded before. We start simple and add more to the game as the course goes on. This course begins with an introduction to SpriteKit for those who have never used it before. You will learn how to navigate SpriteKit’s interface.

Is this course for me?

By taking this course, you will gain the tools you need continue improving yourself in the field of game development. You will be able to apply what you learned to further experiment in SpriteKit or any other game development framework.

Full of bonus topics and free stuff:

Also included is the webinar How To Master Anything by Mammoth Interactive founder John Bura (normally $200). Being able to master a skill quickly is an essential in modern industries because the world changes so rapidly.

In this webinar you will learn what you need to become a professional in your field. John will tell you the secrets on how to get good at anything fast.

Learn what you can do to make yourself stand out in your career!

We get great reviews ☆☆☆☆☆ 

An easily understood course, with detailed instruction and good explanation of the concepts involved in making this clone game. A very well done tutorial, especially for someone like me is just now learning how to write code.

I really like the approach the presenter takes – not just the technical details, but also the very human, personal development information and recommendations he provides.

The instructor is very good at teaching. He teaches at a great pace and covers anything a beginner would need to understand (every little detail). I am already learning a lot and I just started yesterday.

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Who is the target audience?
  • Absolute beginners who want to learn to code for the web and make games in the popular Python programming language
  • Beginners who want to learn to create and manipulate arrays in NumPy
  • Anyone who wants an introduction to scientific computing and using math with NumPy
  • Anyone who wants to learn to use SpriteKit
  • Anyone who wants to learn game development

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