Let's Build A Quick Game In Fortnite!

by  Add-A-Tudez Entertainment Company

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This is a single part series where Josh Hughes, Lead Game Designer of Montana's Team KAIZEN game studio, will work with youth to build a quick game example in Fortnite Creative. This will show the systemic thinking that goes into making a game, and how the different steps can apply to potential class and career paths!

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By Request: $150.00
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45 Min

Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Homeschool/Family , Learning PodPublic Library: Library Patrons

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Primary Disciplines

Art, Career Education, Culture, Family & Consumer Science, Fine Arts, Industrial Technology, Language Arts/English, Literacy, Mathematics, Performing Arts, Problem Based Learning, Problem Solving, Professional Development, Sciences, Social and Emotional Learning( SEL), Social Studies/History, STEM, Technology/Information Science

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Add-A-Tudez Entertainment Company

Great Falls, MT
United States

Add-A-Tudez Entertainment Company (AEC) is home to Montana's 1st two PlayStation and Xbox certified game studios: Team KAIZEN and Ingenium! We view our studios as 'teaching studios' which means -on top of making games- we also give talks and demonstrations to show the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math), Careers and Community Impact behind game design and entrepreneurship!

Josh Hughes

Program Details


1. Students will be introduced to Josh Hughes of Team KAIZEN, Montana's 1st PlayStation and Xbox Certified Game Development Studio.

2. Through Fortnite Creative, Josh will design a small game with student input while talking about how tools like Fortnite Creative can enable students to engage with STEM topics as well as pursue STEM powered classes and careers.


1. Students will learn how STEM topics they're learning in school can translate to things they're interested in like game design.

2. Students will realize they have tools at their disposal through which they can express themselves and learn about STEM through game design.

3. Students will see the systemic thinking that goes into game design.