George to exhibit his Fruit Bat Frenzy at Norwich Gaming Festival
- Credit: Neatherd High School
Computer whizz kid George LeBon is exhibiting a new game at this year's Norwich Gaming Festival.
The youngster, who goes to Dereham's Neatherd High School, will be at the festival for the second year running and will exhibit Fruit Bat Frenzy in the Warp Zone at The Forum in Norwich on Monday and Wednesday next week.
George, who is in year 7, attends a tech club at school every week and his new game is designed to be as a tool for KS1 children to encourage their understanding of fruit being good for them.
The fun maze game sees different fruits giving the player 'power ups' while cake holds them back.
The Norwich Games Festival runs from Monday to Saturday and is a family friendly celebration of computer games. There are also many retro systems on show to take adults down memory lane.
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For more information visit www.norwichgamingfestival.com.
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