Saturday 25th May

May Code Club: Twine Mystery Games – storytelling with code

Venue:Toxteth Library, Windsor Street, L8 1XF
Time: 1.30pm 
Tickets: Free, booking is advised

Liverpool Code Club run monthly "clubs" where up to 30 kids can learn new skills and technologies, from web coding and programming, to electronics and manufacturing. No coding experience necessary. And no special equipment required.

The clubs are always free, and always staffed by experienced, friendly, DBS/CRB-checked volunteers. We’re kindly hosted by Liverpool Libraries, and we’re part of the All About STEM network.

Code Club's May session is ideal for kids aged 8–12 years – especially ones who’ve never done any programming before. They will be shown all the basics in the first hour, then after a short break, we’ll let them experiment with what they’ve learned, and build something amazing, either individually, or as part of a team.

What they’ll learn
Kids will learn how to use the online "Twine" storytelling tool to build interactive, nonlinear storylines, where they control every aspect of the narrative, including adding images and even conditional logic that alters the game as you play it.
Liverpool Code Club will start them off with a set storyline, but after the half-time break, we’ll set them free, building their own immersive interactive worlds.

See the calendar here