Don’t want the hassle of organising activities and cleaning up after a kids’ party? Why have a bouncing castle for a whole day when it only gets used for an hour? Have your kids grown out of visiting magicians and fairies? Game Truck Australia brings a unique experience to your door for kids of all ages (even parents!), where partygoers have the ultimate gaming experience shared with friends in a positive, exciting environment.
Up to 16 Players
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Mobile: 0433 318 001
A positive experienceGame Truck Australia is committed to ensuring that partygoers have a positive, safe experience at all times. Booking involves discussing party attendees to ensure that game choices are age-appropriate and suit the preferences of party hosts. The gaming consoles are not connected to the internet (i.e. they run through a local area network, or LAN), and so all multiplayer gaming is only amongst partygoers present in the truck. We ensure that all multiplayer gameplay involves healthy competition or is cooperative in nature, and that all players have sufficient or comparable skills to have fun playing with others. If ages or skill levels are uneven, we can provide instruction and ensure that players are grouped together appropriately. We build into the party sufficient breaks from gaming, and health and hygiene considerations are a top priority. All Game Coaches have a current national Police Check and have attended Mandatory Notification training, and are experts in the games themselves.
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Video games aren't bad for you. They're actually making your life better. Taken together, it turns out video games actually make you a better human being.- Drew Guarani
Games as spaces for experiential learning, games as contexts for discussion, games as tools to think with, and games as spaces for exploring new identities (both individually and as a group).- Kurt Squire, Game-Based Learning: Present and Future State of the Field. An XLearn Perspective Paper.
A game is an opportunity to focus our energy, with relentless optimism, at something we’re good at (or getting better at) and enjoy. In other words, gameplay is the direct emotional opposite of depression.- Jane McGonigal, Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World