“Adventure is only a state of mind.” We totally agree with that idea. Finding time for feeling free and adventurous can be a challenge. That is why the idea of microadventures is so nice- it can fit in to almost anyone’s schedule.
Take a look at some ideas http://www.alastairhumphreys.com/microadventures-3/ We believe that creating your own game could be one microadventure to try out. ; )
I created an half-an-hour Rogain type of game for my family.
It is located in one small town’s park with some general and location specific questions. It introduces some surprising facts in familiar landscape as well as directed their attention to some interesting details in their surroundings.
Think what would surprise your players, what would make them happy to notice some peculiar detail or just make them feel the satisfaction from knowing the right answer. Some tips on creating good questions in our previous blog post.
This is what teams movement on the landscape looked like: