Public library in Loquiz- questions for team building games

February 25, 2015 - 2 minutes read

The fun starts with an question. When creating an indoor or outdoor team building game, scavenger/treasure hunt or strategy game is good to bring variety with different types of questions. Usual way is to combine your own creations with some classic ones.

This is the reason why we decided to develop public “Question library” inside Loquiz pro. Alar and Eric from our team have been conducting team building events for a decade and during time some good stuff has gathered. So we are going to share many interesting questions for team building that we have created. It is like a special delicious selection of goodies.

question-library

You can find some…

easy: How many legs does a spider have?

confusing: We have all seen the famous Oscar statuette and know it to depict a man standing with a sword on a black base, designed in art deco fashion. But the man is not standing directly on the black base, there is something else under his feet. What is he standing on?

real mind boggling: When travelling from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean on the Panama Canal, which direction do you travel?

and just fun: A group of acrobats found themselves in the middle of a romantic photo shooting session. Shoot a moment of that weird incident!

…questions!
Because asking one question might be worth more than thousand answers. : )

So if you have an account, log in
and if not then sign up (creating and testing games is absolutely free)
and use public library questions in your games. You can create copies of them to your own account and change them as you need. Your changed questions wont’t be visible in public library.

We will think out and add new creative questions, clues, riddles and team building exercises each week!

There is long way to go to the world’s largest library though. In British Library they have more than 170 million items. 

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