Video games were originally invented by the military as a way to teach men and women in uniform which color of ghost is safe to eat and how to effectively leap over barrels. Teach kids these valuable life skills with today's Groupon to Go Big Game Truck, which serves the Amarillo/Canyon area. Choose between the following options:
- For $75, you get a 60-minute video-game party Friday–Sunday (a $150 value).
- For $90, you get a 90-minute video-game party Monday–Thursday (a $185 value).
A king-size entertainment center housed in a mobile trailer, Go Big Game Truck delivers mobile parties for up to 25 people to level streets, driveways, or parking lots with ample parking. Four glossy 46-inch HDTVs splay out against one wall of the trailer, and cushy leather benches stretch across the other. The truck creates an immersive gaming experience with surround sound and in-seat vibration tied to the action on the screens, and all screens can be linked for multiplayer gaming liberated from the usual quartered display. Supervised by a professional game coach, the party keeps gaming frenzies confined safely outside the host's home so the house can remain free of tangled controllers and carpets stained with pixelated blood. While Go Big Game Truck maintains a roster of current and popular games and systems, parents have total control over which games partiers can play, with veto power over the intensity of Call of Duty or the demonic mews of Catz 5.
Go Big Game Truck
Kids of all ages clamor for the driveway when they see the pickup truck dragging a color-splashed trailer up the street. Go Big Game Truck’s coach soon emerges, then invites the enthusiastic partygoers to find a comfortable spot inside the cave-like trailer. Black walls flank a row of tiered bench seating that faces a row of HDTVs. Gamers choose from a selection of titles for Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, and PS3 systems, and then play with or against up to 15 of their friends at once. The trailer's surround sound immerses players in the action, and the seating vibrates with every hit or failed attempt to make an avatar do the Running Man. The game truck holds no upper or lower age limits. During parties for kids, however, parents can escape from the hubbub knowing that the game coach is supervising safe and fair play. Noncompetitive celebrants may also choose to simply watch sports events on the satellite-ready vehicle.