Black Friday Special —> iOS Maze Games with Swift, Sprite Kit and Designed in Tiled


Hi Tim here,

Here is another great (and inexpensive) course on sale during Udemy black friday special.

This one is to help you learn how to make a iOS maze game using Swift!

Remember, each day the course goes up in price and on 28th November it changes back to its original price! So this is a genuine and HUGE discount.

The price will vary between $10 and $20 depending on what day you get there.

So get in early and buy any courses you were considering and save a ton of money!

NOTE: Clicking the button below will take you to this course on Udemy’s website.

Once you get there, you can use the “Search filter” to find other Black Friday courses on special. There is a ton of them in almost all categories!

Remember you have lifetime access to these courses, including all course updates once purchased!

Here is the details of the course direct from the udemy page.


iOS Maze Games with Swift, Sprite Kit and Designed in Tiled


Learn how to program a Universal iOS game from scratch using Swift, Sprite Kit and design levels with Tiled or Xcode 6.

Number of students: Over 1 hundred! Rated: 5-stars

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More information about the course:

iOS Maze Games with Swift, Sprite Kit and Designed in Tiled

When you think of maze games, you’ll probably think of Pac-Man, which isn’t hard to argue is the most popular game of all time. At that game’s core is a simple hook. Move at high speeds and don’t get caught, which is a fun concept for any player of any age. Even today some of the most popular games don’t rely on much more than a classic hook: something that is easy to play, but impossible to beat. A game like Flappy Bird is a recent testament to that.

In this tutorial series, we’ll look at programming a conceptually simple game, but one that can be expanded in a hundred different directions using Apple’s amazingly easy physics engine. You’ll learn the latest in iOS programming technology: Swift and Sprite Kit. Then for level design, you’ll get two options: create levels within Xcode 6 using the new Scene editor, or take a step outside Xcode and use Tiled, a free level design program which in our opinion, is a tad more refined and speeds up level creation.

After this series, you will be a game developer! Ready to submit your first app for the iPhone, iPad, and possibly even Apple Watch. Plus using software like Apportable, you can even export your app to Android and a plethora of other devices.

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Remember also, to see other “Black friday” specials on Udemy, click the “Black Friday” filter selection in the search area – You will find a ton of bargains there!




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About the Author Tim Buchalka

Tim and his team completed over 500 reskins for himself or clients, and is an expert in the field.He has written 3 complete games, and has two complete video courses on Udemy that are about reskinning (as well as an Android development course with over 16,000 students!). You can find out more about Tim’s video courses here. He has also written a 110 page ebook about reskins that will give you the knowledge and skills you need to succeed with reskins which is available on this website. You can get a complimentary copy of this ebook as well as discounts to his video courses by visiting this link. To contact Tim, visit this sites contact page.

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