Izatt offers new iPhone Gaming Course in Utah

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[prMac.com] American Fork, UT - Izatt International has announced the availability of a new iPhone Gaming Course to be held February 20-21, 2009 at the Noah Building in Lindon, UT. The instructor is Ontario Britton, the developer behind the new 3D iPhone sensation, Paper Pilot, from CleverCoding. Cost is $845. Student price is $495.

In two days of class, students will complete a 3D iPhone game from the ground up.

While the rest of the economy is slowly slipping, great iPhone apps continue to sell big. Best selling apps make around $10,000 a day or more. Learn how to create your own 3D games, 2D shooters or gimmick apps that have consistently been among the best sellers. Even better, come learn the tools that will let you create these apps in half the time and stand out from the rest of the App Store.

At the Unity iPhone class, we will show you how to use Unity 3D's game engine to make just about any 2D or 3D game you can imagine. We will also teach you how to use free tools like Gimp and Blender with Unity. Starting with the free and fully-functional 30-day trial, you can finish programming your first Unity iPhone app before you spend a single cent on tools. Then you can decide if making iPhone apps is the career move for you.

Information on the iPhone Gaming Course, including cost, curriculum and pre-requisites can be found on the Izatt International website.

Izatt International develops and delivers best-in-class education, business utility and entertainment applications for smartphone computing platforms. Our current line of applications is designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch. In addition to developing our own line of original applications, we partner with organizations interested in extending their solutions to a smartphone platform. For more information on Izatt smartphone applications and services, please contact us at 801.372.6031, email us or visit us online. Copyright 2009 Izatt International. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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