A games wagon party without the wagon?
At first, I have to admit, I was sceptical about the idea of a games party in my garden but my nerves soon passed away when Scott
turned up with his cheery persona and set up with meticulous efficiency, even bringing his own tables and chairs!
Having returned from a school disco, eight very excited and sugared-up boys entered my house like a tornado and ran straight into the garden
to play football. However, within seconds, Scott's ca...lm personality and captivating voice commanded their attention and before I knew it, eight boys were sat in their seats, engaged
and full of anticipation.
The impressive start was helped by the element of competition Scott has carefully built in to his party planning. At last- a party host who wanted to know the children and addressed them
throughout by their first names! Nice touch.
Unlike other gaming parties, the boys played with a purpose, gaining points in a real league, regularly updated in front of their eyes. From Pacman and Sonic to Time Crisis, the change of controls from a
typical ps pad to holding guns and 90's joysticks, was another well- thought out concept that kept the boys on their toes as well as the desire to win the 'golden' trophy at the end.
In short, all I had to do was clear up the uneaten food and sweets
put out because there was no time to eat them! The fast-paced change of games, element of friendly competition, and structured league table made it a very fun 90 minutes for all. And the engagement from the watching dads commenting that 'my mates would enjoy
this' pretty much summed up the whole event.
Old or young, YouNeek Games will offer you a great experience. And without the wagon... I actually got to sit back and watch my son having a brilliant time with his friends. Priceless.