iD Tech Camps Launches the New GameZone Page with Two New Games on Its Website

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iD Tech Camps introduces two new Flash® games on its website, showcasing examples of what campers can accomplish while attending iD Tech.

iD Tech Camps, a leading provider of summer technology camps, offers weeklong technology courses in a summer camp environment. Several of these courses feature video game design, which allows students to learn about the game creation process and design their own games by the end of a camp session. iD Tech Camps has added Flash® designed games, entitled "Space Launcher" and "Sharp Shooter" to their website to demonstrate what potential campers can create by attending one of their camps.

"As evidenced from the rest of our website, we really want to show the kids what they're capable of doing instead of just telling them," explains CEO Pete Ingram-Cauchi. "Kids need to see something to take a real interest in it, rather than just hearing about it."

"Space Launcher" and "Sharp Shooter" let the kids get a glimpse of what they can accomplish at one of our camps," says Ingram-Cauchi.

With the addition of "Space Launcher" and "Sharp Shooter" to their site, iD Tech Camps continues to connect with existing and future campers on a more personal level. Along with the CEO's personal blog, iD's history, picture tours and videos of past camps, "Space Launcher" and "Sharp Shooter" are concrete examples supporting iD Tech Camp's goal to maintain a fun, friendly and intimate camp atmosphere.

About iD Tech Camps

iD Tech Camps provides weeklong hands-on technology summer camps for boys and girls ages 7-17 at 50 prestigious universities nationwide including the University of Washington, Stanford, MIT, Vassar, UCLA, Brown and more. At these day and overnight computer camps, students produce digital movies, create video games, design web pages, learn programming, build robots and more. The hands-on, project-based programs offer one computer per student with an average of 6 students per instructor. Each student completes a project at the end of the weeklong program. Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Canon, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and others have partnered with iD Tech Camps to raise the bar in technology education.

Please visit iD Tech Camps at http://www.internaldrive.com/ to learn more about university camp locations and classes.
Test your skills on "Space Launcher" and "Sharp Shooter" at http://www.internaldrive.com/game_zone.htm.

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