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Make Trick Shot Games with Dude Perfect in Roblox

  • Price: $399/week
  • Age: 7 - 9
  • Skill Level: Beginner–Advanced
  • Format: Virtual Tech Camps | Small-Group, Online
  • Duration: Weeklong program, 2 hours per day

About This Course

What happens when you combine iD Tech, Roblox, and Dude Perfect (one of the most popular YouTube channels in the world)? Trick shots, coding and game mechanics, and one of the most epic collaborations of all time! You'll watch some of Dude Perfect's most popular YouTube videos, from go kart fights to giant dart throwing contests, then implement some of those ideas as mechanics in your own Roblox game. You bring the passion for Dude Perfect, YouTube, and Roblox, and we'll give you the skills to make amazing games based on some of the coolest videos out there!

Tools: Roblox, Roblox Studio

Topics Covered

  • Create and publish games to the Roblox website
  • Practice programming fundamentals with Lua
  • Create mechanics inspired by popular videos
  • Explore engagement techniques from Dude Perfect videos

Sample Schedule

In this course, students will watch Dude Perfect’s record-setting trick shots alongside their elaborate, masterful competitions for inspiration as they explore a variety of game design elements and construct a series of engaging mini-games.

Here’s a sample of what a week in the course could look like! Please keep in mind that students will progress at varying paces; this is a general outline of the key material and overall student experience. 

Students will become familiar with the Roblox Studio editor in order to build and edit 3D models. Next, they’ll make use of plugins to add features that streamline quick and advanced model setup, using the skills gained to design a custom set of basketball trick shots!

Incorporate elements of world design, such as terrain layout, atmosphere, and lighting into an arena design plan. Then, students will  then set up go-kart stations at arena entrances and learn how to include paint splashers to finalize a go-kart paintball battle mini-game.

Thinking like game designers, students will develop a blueprint design for a corn maze. Once constructed, they will combine the corn maze with the paint splashers to host a corn maze paint battle! 

Brainstorm and build toy car trick shot paths that start near the game spawn point and then pass over, under, or even through the mini-games students have created so far. This way, they can showcase each mini-game to new players.

Finish strong with a final set of trick shots: this time with giant darts and targets! For an additional challenge, students can try combining a giant dart trick shot while riding along the toy car trick shot path for an extra-impressive, moving bullseye!

Portfolio-Boosting Transcript

At the conclusion of your child's course, they will receive an official iD Tech transcript outlining the skills they learned over the course of the week.

Learn from the best.

Passion for tech. Unmatched expertise. Personality that brings out the absolute best in your child. With 23 years of experience, we know there's no replacement for the best teacher. It's no surprise that iconic companies like Google, EA, Microsoft, and Disney hire the same talent we do. Our iD Certified instructors possess the whole package of skills that top employers seek.

  • 100% USA-based, adult instructors

  • Recruited from top universities like Stanford, Caltech, and NYU

  • Rigorous background and reference checks

  • Robust training programs and certification

  • Adherence to American Camp Association accredited guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions

Trick shot games, while there are several types out there, always incorporate both targets and tricks in an interactive format. For instance, players can engage as skaters or basketball players and score points by taking out targets and doing cool tricks in the game. 

With exclusive Dude Perfect footage, YouTube, the go-to platform designed for sharing awesome content, and Roblox, the ultimate creative sandbox, kids have an unparalleled opportunity to learn a range of STEM skills. From video editing to learning streaming techniques from the best, this learning experience encourages kids to explore STEM in an authentic way. 

How do you get to 56 million YouTube subscribers? To find out, students will dive into some of the fastest-growing tech industries out there! This course introduces kids to the growing fields of YouTube and game design entrepreneurship.  

Yes, this course is designed for beginner to advanced students. Our small class size ensures that each student receives individual attention and has the freedom to learn at their own pace.

While we are proud to offer world-class experiences on many of the world’s most prestigious university campuses, we also recognize that many families need the flexibility of quality virtual learning! It’s with these families in mind that we’ve adapted the core elements of our flagship camps to an online format with our Virtual Tech Camps

Like our on-campus programs, Virtual Tech Camps feature structured small-group sessions led by expert instructors. Each week includes live  teaching of our signature, cutting-edge curriculum, plus peer collaboration, social time, and independent project work. To complete the experience, our Virtual Tech Camps incorporate all the magic of summer camp including games, challenges, and legendary iD traditions!

To run an online course with iD Tech, students will need a Mac or Windows computer (no Chromebooks, unless otherwise specified), a webcam, and a stable internet connection with access to Zoom video conferencing. Any course-specific installation requirements will be communicated after registration.

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