FREE KodeStars Arcade @ Geekend where kids can play video games created by kids

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KodeStars Arcade in Savannah is a fun opportunity to play games created by elementary, middle school and high school kids.

This is a 2 hour event that is free and open to the public on November 15, 2pm-4pm.

Organized as a part of the Geekend conference, the KodeStars Arcade at Coastal Georgia Center 305 Fahm St. will be buzzing with creatives of all ages, eager to try out kids’ creations.

Games will be available for the public to view and play free of charge.

The KodeStars Arcade will highlight the best games submitted to the jury. A variety of prizes will awarded to the winners.

Middle and high school students are encouraged to submit video games for possible inclusion at Geekend. Go to www.kodestars.com for more information, including links to some easy-to-use programs to help build games. The submission deadline is Nov. 10.

“KodeStars encourages kids to use their creativity through original content creation and experimentation with introductory programming tools,” said Yvonne Jouffrault, Creative Coast board member and one of the organizers of KodeStars.

What: KodeStars Arcade at Geekend
When: 2-4 p.m. Nov. 15
Where: Coastal Georgia Center, 305 Fahm St., Savannah 31401
Cost: Free
Info: www.kodestars.com, www.geek-end.com

Source: southernmamas.com