We would like to thank everyone for his or her entries into the Gamewagon Easter cartoon competition. They have been tough to choose from and in the end the judges had to choose two winners to make it fair on the younger artists.
Here are the two winners final cartoons.
Our judges loved the high tech shading in Bailey’s cartoon and we liked the characters and flow to Isaac’s cartoon. In both cases I am sure you will agree they have done themselves proud. Well done.
You have both won a Gamewagon Party to enjoy with your friends. Congratulations, make sure you book in your date early as we book up very quickly.
We will keep you all posted on our next School Holiday competition soon. Thanks again for all the entries and good luck next time if you were unsuccessful this time.
Our video game party wagon was able to provide a whole range of age groups with fun and games at a recent Christening. DG Leisure booked us for one of their clients and gave us some great feedback.
“We booked Gamewagon for a Christening Event we were organising for a client.Everyone was WOW’d by the idea and extremely happy that the children were being entertained. The booking process was simple and friendly with the whole team being very informative and helpful. Our GEM, Matt arrived with the Gamewagon exactly when he said he would and set up in no time. We booked for 2 hours and the children were very disappointed when it finished – they would have played all day! We would have no hesitation in recommending to other clients.” – Danny & Laura (DG Leisure – www.dgleisure.co.uk)
Another ambitious event with over 20 kids with Clare Shaw in Mill Hill. Clare knows her stuff as she runs Mini-Mozarts in various locations around London.
“Awesome concept, kids loved it and I loved locking them up for 2 hrs!!!” Clare Shaw, 21st September 2012 (Mill Hill).
We enjoyed the event as well and wish Clare all the best with her Mini Mozarts business. Hope to see you all again soon.
Here is a snapshot of a great day of Fifa, Forza and Rayman Originals. Quote of the day;
“There were XBOX’s, Wii’s and zillions of games – AMAZING! So much fun!” – You have to love the enthusiasm.