Last week, we released a new version of the Photo Hunt. This new version is suitable for indoor setup as it uses the map.
And today, we have an outdoor version using a map.
But first of all…
Photo Hunt (map version) is a game where teams compete to take the most creative photos, according to different tasks.
Tasks can be “All team members in the photo so that their hands nor legs do not touch the ground.” or “A fashion show! BUT in a hurry, the models’ clothes have been mixed up!”.
The teams have to reach locations and take photos. The game lasts for one hour, and the teams can take as many photos as they want, depending on the available tasks.
They go through 5 different levels represented by different pin colors. The more levels they succeed, the more photo tasks they unlock!
At the end of the game, the photos will be displayed on a big screen. The winning team is not the one with the highest number of pictures, but the team with the best photo!
This game is a great way to break the ice, boost morale, and foster teamwork among your colleagues or family members. It is also a great way to explore the play area and discover new places and perspectives.
Grab your camera and join Photo Hunt today!
With this game’s rule, you can set up the game in any location.
When you create the game from the template to your account (here is a tutorial), the default location is in Bergen, Norway.
But you can move all the pins at once to your own location (also a tutorial here).
For example, what if our event is taking place in Jakarta, Indonesia?
Let’s move all the pins to our designated location:
Then you’ll just need to re-adjust each pin.
You can already try the game now! However, please note that you won’t need to travel to Bergen to play the game. Here, I activated the “open tasks on map“. So you can just tap on the task and try the tasks!
Then open the app, and accept the different permissions.
Press “Or scan QR to log in”, so you scan this QR code:
You can also type the following:
In this article, Eric is giving you some detailed tips to run a photo scavenger hunt and the rating phase. The second part might be an important phase of your game; showing the photos on the big screen to the crowd. And here, we give you a few advice on how to run it smoothly:
In case if you’d like to discuss your game ideas with me, then we can have a demo together! Feel free to select a time on my calendar here.
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