Looking for a memorable birthday party for your kid? Have a Roblox Programming party!
St Lukes Centre
Royal Oak Centre
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$350* for up to 10 kids, ($30 for each additional child and up to a maximum of 16 kids)
Suitable for kids 9 years and over. No prior experience required
Spaces are limited, so please book early!
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Minecraft modding refers to the process of customizing or altering the original gameplay of the popular sandbox video game, Minecraft. “Mods” (short for modifications) are user-created content that can add new features, mechanics, items, blocks, creatures, or change existing aspects of the game. Modding allows players to enhance their Minecraft experience and tailor the game to suit their preferences.
Minecraft modding for kids is a great way to enhance their creativity and problem-solving skills. Modding allows kids to customize their Minecraft gaming experience by creating and adding their own content to the game. It provides an avenue for them to express their imagination and create unique gameplay experiences.
Modding also introduces kids to coding and programming concepts in a fun and interactive way. Through modding, they can learn the basics of Java programming language and understand how to manipulate the game’s code to create new features, items, and even creatures.
Moreover, Minecraft modding encourages collaboration and teamwork as kids can share their creations with others and even work together to create bigger and more complex mods. It fosters a sense
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