15 August 2014
Neighbourhood Watch launched its very first children's game with the help from Denis Walter of 3AW, Students, Teachers and Assistant Principal of Serpell Primary School, representative of Manningham Council, NHW State Manager Gill Metz, Geoff Kloot and members of Neighbourhood Watch.
Denis Walter assist with the launch of the game.
Congratulations to Geoff Kloot (left) of Neighbourhood Watch, who managed the game project. Assistant Principal of Serpell Primary School announced the launch of the game and its important safety message to children.
Special thanks to the eager students of Serpell Primary School, who were among the first to play the game.
Thanks to Gill Metz and Denis Walter who mark this special occasion. Listen out for Denis Walter on 3AW who will talk about the launch in his afternoon show.
Sean O'Dowd from Melbourne is the designer and developer of the game. Learn more about the game and it's history here at http://seanodowd.me
The game is played on the Neighbourhood Watch website while connected to the internet and started by clicking image below to play now, or find it under the Safety Advice section on this website.
Thanks to Website Hosting provider, GetStarted, for integrating the game to our website.
Photos supplied by Chris Summers, used with permission from school and parents.
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