GEEK 2014 is a social gaming event held every year with all kinds of games. This event is being held at the Margate Winter Gardens in the United Kingdom. The organizers of this event are sending a clear message: there is something for everyone. You don’t have to be a master at gaming or have a degree in gaming to enjoy this event; you could be just a person that has an interest in gaming to enjoy the feast of entertainment and hi-tech technology. There will be two halls of games to play, as well as workshops, talks, presentations, and demonstrations. People will also be able to play video games on consoles; among the special areas included for this event will be the Indie Zone, Minecraft Cave, and Game Lounges.
The five year children will have the opportunity to participate in special activities on Sunday, February 23th. The event will not only have video games to play, but also puzzles and board games for traditional challenges. A Discussion panel with gamemakers will allow gaming fans to discuss games. People who love card games can play with other people. The first heat of the Classic Gaming Championship will take place at this event. A digital debate called Hack the future will happen at GEEK 2014. Event organizer Kim Steward stated that GEEK has grown over the years, and she is very excited to see the variety of interest, features, and participants. Kim also said that this event is fortune to have a timeline of retro consoles alongside those of today.
This event attracts many different people from around the world, especially people from America. Kids can really enjoy this event on Sunday, February 23th; interactive story time and homemade arcade games are just some of the fun events kids can get involved in. An awards ceremony will take place on this day that will include a trophy for the best Cosplay from Saturday, February 22th, and a people’s choice indie award. Visitors will be able to vote for their favorite indie games being shown at the event. The Arts Council England will be funding four game maker residences. From the 55 applications received, four will be chosen to make a game in any format, inspired by Margate. The Visitors from the event will test the game prototypes, and then give feedback to the game makers. Visit the GEEK 2014 website for more information: http://www.geek2014.co.uk/
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