While I can tell you that the MADE’s Video Game summer camp will most likely not be like Camp Anawana, I can tell you that it definitely sounds more awesome. The camp will continue MADE’s tradition of teaching children about video games and video game development while giving them a taste of good ol’ fashioned retro games. Little gamers will learn different aspects of video game development: art, music, and programming while also being able to chat with actual people from the video game industry.
The camp starts June 25th and will continue until the end of August. Kids will get weekends off as well as the week of July 2nd. Each day starts at 10:00 A.M. and ends at 3:00 P.M. although parents are allowed to drop off their kids as early as 9:30 A.M. and pick them up as late as 3:30 in the afternoon. Unlike MADE’s other services, parents will have to shell out some cash for this summer camp. The cost is $275 per week per child and an additional $5 a day for lunch. (you can pack your own child’s lunch though)
For more information check out the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment’s website: MADE’s website