Game Cave: A Social Gaming Program

GameAware is proud to announce a collaboration with Highett Neighbourhood Community House to bring you the Game Cave.

Social gaming differs from the excessive gaming that we see at home, in that gamers are actually socialising, even if the games are the means to do so. While there’s something to be said about connecting with friends over the internet when playing games with them, that really pales in comparison to sitting next to your buddy when you are kicking each other’s butts and actually smiling from the interactions with each other. Social gaming is an important part of transforming the way gamers use their playing time by trading excessive gaming time for a higher quality of gaming.

Important stuff:

Game Cave will run on Fridays during the school term to run old school games and some new ones too.

12 networked PC’s running GTX 1050ti’s and i3’s

XBOX360 with a 3metre projector and bean bags

Highett Neighbourhood Community House

2 Livingston Street, Highett, 3190

There is a 12 player maximum for PCs but there is extra space for XBOX players.

The cost is $10 for the session.
4:30pm to 6:30pm.

Contact Game Cave at: (03) 9555 3797 or https://highett.org.au 

Alternatively, you can email me at andrew@gameaware.com.au with any questions you may have about Game Cave and its role in the GameAware approach to reducing excessive gaming.