TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Wabash Valley summer camp has kids spending time with Mario and Pac Man.
E-Bash of Terre Haute has made a "create and play" summer camp. Campers step inside the mind of a video game engineer and learn how to create and design their own video games.
Then after a lunch break, the campers test them out, or get to play their own creations. E-Bash said it's a great way for kids to have fun while learning this summer.
"We give (campers) the tools and we get them started," Zack Johnson E-Bash's manager said. "Kids are super smart so they pick up these things really quick and they'll learn skills (to use) later on (and) they may decide to be a computer programmer or computer technician; or they may to be an actual video game designer."
The camp will be running for the next four weeks of summer.
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