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Meet a 12-year-old kid from Kolkata who has hit a bull’s-eye by developing a mobile game

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A 12-year-old kid from Kolkata has developed a very intriguing game which at once captures the attention of the player and is now on a mission to make Maths fun for kids. Interesting isn’t. Continue reading to know more…

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Curious about Programming

Even as a child, Yasharka Bhattacharyya who hails from Kolkata was more curious about learning and implementing the fundamentals of programming languages such as C, C++ and C# rather than spending time on the playground and bantering with friends.
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Developed a game

Yasharka who is a student of Class VIII at Central Model School at Barrackpore, on the outskirts of Kolkata, has hit a bull’s-eye by developing a game named Fun Archery and that too when he is just 12-years-old.

Started the coding journey at the age of 10

Yasharka says that he started his coding journey at the age of ten with the basics such as C, C++, C#, Photoshop, paint shop and blender, and then he went abroad in C++ but he hated that he can’t make games with that so he decided to develop a game,”, “I started exploring Unity at the age of 12 and made a game named Fun Archery which is a casual game within three weeks,” he told Chalgenius.

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What is Fun Archery?

Yasharka says that it is a casual game where the user has to aim and shoot the bull’s-eye, “The bull’s-eye will be still in the first level and will start moving in the second level and the user has to aim and shoot the bull’s-eye. While the two bull’s-eyes will start moving in the third round and this would increase to three in the fourth round. A Teddy Bear will be introduced in the fifth level and if the user shoots the Teddy bear than he or she loses the game,” he told Chalgenius.

Inspiration in the house

The teen says that his parents inspired him to make games in Unity, “My grandparent’s also helped me to understand the maths and physics behind this game. I made this game within 3 weeks. Still updating the levels, it’s only a 10 level game as of now. I used Trigonometry behind the game. This game can improve your target skills and may improve your IQ level too.”

Working to make Maths fun for Kids

The wonder kid is now working with a Third Person Controller (TPS) game and a Maths Easy software which will make maths fun for the kids. He also loves to draw and make manga style drawings and making superhero characters.
Even at this tender, the teen has its own website and guess who has developed it. Of course, Yasharka.

Get in touch!

Yasharka Bhattacharyya
https://yasharka.com/
+91 9163166551

Keywords: Yasharkha Bhattacharya, game, coding, Java, Chalgenius, Kolkata.
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