Say goodbye to the good old-fashioned treasure hunt on paper: With this tablet-based activity, the...
Say goodbye to the good old-fashioned treasure hunt on paper: With this tablet-based activity, the whole city becomes your game board.
Between 15 and 2000 pax - 5 to 10 people per team
Screen - Video-projector - Sound
arround 90 minutes ( but flexible)
Visit a maximum of POI's and score a maximum of points
Sightseeing is good — but digitizing your discoveries & showcasing your respective talents & exercising the little gray cells & keeping your eyes wide open like a kid throughout the game *BREATHE* — is better!
Before the teams get going, the Game Masters explain the concept of the game as well as how the tablet works to all participants — even to those busy chatting in the back, come on guys.
The players must all be gathered in the same place; it is also recommended that teams be set up in advance, otherwise Mike and Karen from Accounting will be in the same team again and we all know how that ended up last time…
Equipped with their tablets, the teams first have to get to their respective starting points, so as to distribute the participants evenly across the game area.
And voilà! The challenges appear on the tablet’s map. The teams set cheerfully off on their way (at a sprint if they really are in #crushthecompetition mode) to get near the geo-located points, and unlock the different challenges.
When the alarm sounds the end of the game, the points disappear from the map leaving only 1) infinite sadness 2) the coordinates of the final meeting place.
Then it’s time for the debriefing, with the final hurrahs of the slightly exhausted yet overjoyed participants.
During the activity, the teams were asked to carry out some creative challenges (photos and videos), with great potential for amusement and/or embarrassment., Now’s the time to enjoy those masterpieces together.
Once the teams’ works have been duly appreciated, the big winners are announced and given a round of applause by the delirious crowd (optional).
Upon request, a more “serious” and analytical debriefing can be organized.
Where can you find the game?
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