Minecraft isn't just a game. It’s a perfect platform for aspiring game designers to learn problem-solving, practice critical thinking, test logic skills, and implement level design strategies. In this camp, students will take control of their world with command blocks and Redstone machines. They will fine-tune their understanding of wiring and logic gates while working individually and collaboratively to create an aesthetically pleasing and fully functional Minecraft world. Whether a student is a veteran or new to the game, there are new experiences and uncharted territories waiting for them to explore!
Who is this for?
Perfect for campers looking to expand their Minecraft knowledge and hone their game design skills.
Lake Nona & Longwood
The student will
- Explore a standard 3D x/y/z coordinate navigation system
- Create a design that not only looks great but is also functional and purposeful in problem-solving
- Execute proper planning during preliminary design stages to better pivot when unexpected challenges arise in the game
- Collaborate with peers to build a unique Minecraft creation that tells a story
- Use basic logic programming to create working machines in-game
- Playtest and iterate designs and builds based on peer feedback
Final ProjectMinecraft world collaboratively designed and built incorporating personal expression, creatively solved problems, and aesthetic environments.
June Dates & Locations
- June 11–15 (Winter Park)
- June 18–22 (Lake Nona)
July Dates & Locations
- July 9–13 (Winter Park)
- July 23–27 (Longwood)
- July 30 – August 3 (Winter Park)
Locations, Pricing, and Dates
From out of town?
- Pass Holders' first camp is included in their Pass Plan, any additional camp is $550 each
- Full Sail University employees get a special price of $550 per camp
- Bundle two or more camps in the same transaction and save extra:
* Bundle discounts apply to siblings
** Pass Holders' first camp already included
Frequently Asked Questions
All Full Sail Labs facilitators receive background checks with Level 2 FBI clearance, are CPR certified, and receive 100 hours of education before they fully step into their roles. They are trained quarterly on the tools and technology, best teaching methods and how to work with different learner behaviors. We also require all full-time facilitators to become certified Apple Teachers.
The only thing they need to bring is a lunch, their creative juices, and enthusiasm! Our lab environments are equipped with everything our students need to develop their creative projects.
There is a 1:10 instructor to student ratio and our labs hold a maximum of 24 students for optimal learning. Since groups will be from 10 to 20, there will always be at least two instructors to teach and assist in project development for all students in the lab.
Click here for a hotel list. Many of the accommodations on our list offer a special Full Sail rate.
Yes. For those classes that are already full, we will maintain a waiting list. To get on the waiting list, you must complete an online application indicating the session in which you are interested. Credit card information is required but will not be charged at this point. As spaces become available, the first name in the waiting list will be called and offered the spot.