Making Games in PowerPoint

Make a game using PowerPoint

MS PowerPoint is one the most powerful pieces of office software and incorporates some surprisingly cool tools that can accomplish more than you may have realised. In this FireTech Experience, you’ll learn some nifty tips and tricks and see how we can even make a game.

  • Ages:

    8-13

  • Equipment:
    Laptop required
  • Available locations:
    • Online
  • Pricing details
    Price:

    1055

For online courses: these require you to have a capable computer to work on and a broadband internet connection.
For in person courses: you will need a laptop with the same specification, please see below for more information. If this is a problem or you are unsure about anything, please contact us via info@fire-tech.com
Most PC/Mac computers from the last 5 years will be fine but you can view our recommended detailed system requirements here

Making Games in PowerPoint

For online courses: these require you to have a capable computer to work on and a broadband internet connection.
For in person courses: you will need a laptop with the same specification, please see below for more information. If this is a problem or you are unsure about anything, please contact us via info@fire-tech.com
Most PC/Mac computers from the last 5 years will be fine but you can view our recommended detailed system requirements here

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Making Games in PowerPoint

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June
Online - Remote Learning
Mon Jun 20th 5:00pm-6:00pm 1 Days
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Course highlights

Game development

Game development

Create a cursor controlled maze game using built in tools available in PowerPoint

Animations

Animations

Learn all about PowerPoint animations and the incredibly powerful animation timeline

Interactivity

Interactivity

Learn how to use mouse clicks and mouse over to create interactions in your presentations and games

Photo: Making Games in PowerPoint

Course Overview

Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most powerful and versatile pieces of software on your computer. Using tools available in PowerPoint (that means no add ons, downloads or extra things to buy) we’ll show you how to make a game in Powerpoint. We’ll take you through the menu and all the cool things you can do with it. If you have PowerPoint you can create amazing games and interactive experiences to share with your friends and family.

We’ll touch on the following topics:

  • Graphics
    • Finding and editing them inside of PowerPoint
  • Interactions
    • Learn how to create interaction with the users mouse
    • Also how to make a picture reveal game in powerpoint
  • Animations
    • And the animation timeline
  • Kiosk mode
  • Presentation flow
  • Games design basics
  • and much more…

We hope you’ll join us on this experience so we can help you unlock all the amazing things you can do in PowerPoint and get you making games in powerpoint.

FireTech Experiences are a new series of short, high interest, fun and engaging tech demonstrations and talks. These are delivered in webinar style, using Zoom, with the main expert tutor showcasing a new interesting aspect of technology and learning. Apart from Zoom, no other downloads are required.

Related Courses

Although don’t have any courses on PowerPoint, you can continue your game development journey with these:

FAQS

How to make a game in powerpoint?

We can build quizzes and mouse controlled games using built in functions such as: actions, animations, and rollovers.

How to make a picture reveal game in powerpoint?

Use a animation called reveal, cover that and how to trigger it in the experience.

What your child will learn

  • Controlling elements and animations inside presentation software focusing on PowerPoint
  • Graphic editing and vector point manipulation
  • Learn the basics of program flow
  • Video game design concept
  • Triggers and sounds in PowerPoint
  • Sharing their games with friends and family
  • Working with picture effects and transparent backgrounds

"Fire Tech Camp has helped me find my mistakes and learn from them, and pushed me higher with my creativity showing me the sky is NOT the limit! I will definitely come back for another camp!"

Rebecca, Age 11