Do you want to make games? Limited offer: 70% off an educational course

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[prMac.com] Toronto, Canada - Mammoth Interactive announces do you want to learn how to make HTML 5, Facebook, Chrome Store games and more? Introducing a step-by-step course that will take you from knowing nothing about games to being your own star producer. This course is very beginner friendly.

Enter the code 1331 to get 70% off of this course. This deal will last until December 31st. It will then go back to 400 dollars. You save 280 dollars if you enter the code!

You have great ideas that you want to turn into games. With this course you can learn how to make those ideas into a reality. This course isn't just a simple how-to-make-a-game course. You get to learn the secrets of game design that are taught in the best game design colleges in the world.

This is a course where you learn to how to make HTML 5, Facebook, Google Chrome Store, iPhone, iPad and Android games. This course will teach you everything you need to know from programming to music. You get to learn how to build the entire game from scratch. The course will show you how to do all of this in a clear step by step fashion. Along the way you get to listen to insightful tips that you would normally hear in the best game design colleges. This course is meant for beginners who have never produced a game before. With this course you can be a star and produce and distribute your own games.

This course currently contains these courses:
* Introduction to Scirra's Construct 2, the powerful engines that allows you to make Chrome store and Facebook Games
* How to make a game from scratch using the construct 2 engine. In this course you learn how to make a game from scratch and then release it on the chrome store and facebook!

Based in Toronto, Canada. Mammoth Interactive is a company that makes games. We have enjoyed success in 2011 and we decided to share a lot of our knowledge in the form of an educational course. Copyright (C) 2010 Mammoth Interactive. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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