Adults With Autism

Video Game Program

You love video games! But making games is hard work. They require a huge amount of focus and attention to detail. A game developer has to be logical and have strong visual perception. To make good games requires passion and dedication.  Sound familiar? 

Our goal is to tap into and build on the strengths of our students with autism. You will learn professional game development at Game Gen from real game developers. We give our students skills for a brighter future in technology.  

1 Day A Week Program Starts January

  • 1 day a week, 10am-3pm
  • In Granada Hills and Hawthorne
  • Limited space

Submit a candidate form to reserve your spot.

Candidate Form
Game Gen Experience

Parents want a great future for their child. They want their child to be passionate and excited about meeting the challenges this future holds. Every parent wants their child to be part of a community that supports their child. Our goals are the same at Game Gen:

  • Build real skills towards independence
  • Provide social structure to thrive in
  • Structured, safe, predictable environment
  • Teachers that understand students
Student Spotlight

Watch the above movie to see one of our amazing student's work. We are so proud to be teaching Andy and look forward to what he will create in the future. Our program focuses on these key goals with our students:

  • Exposure to all areas of game development
  • Ability to specialize in your strengths
  • Create your own games
  • Publish and earn revenue from these games
  • Build a porfolio that showcases skills

Student Portfolio

Color Dash
Who Wants to Save a Princess
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
The Retro Collection

This photo shows him showcasing his original game Color Dash at Indiecade: International Festival of Video Games. Andy is building quite a portfolio. He is remaking classic games like his Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and The Retro Collection. Or making original games like Who Wants to Save a Princess.  Andy is on his way to becoming a professional game developer! We are happy to be along for the ride.

Andy isn't alone! Head over to GameGen.Games to see more of our students' games. Or view some of our other games in the video!

Adults with Autism Program FAQ