In February, we had a sneak peek testing of our scavenger hunt game type in Tallinn Old Town. Now, after a few makeovers and a bunch of other tests, the scavenger hunt game type is ready!
With the scavenger hunt game type in Loquiz, anyone can create engaging adventures and direct players’ movement in (urban) landscape.
So, on one chilly winter day, everything got a little warmer because we headed out to test the scavenger hunt in Tallinn Old Town. During the event, we found out some things that needed to be improved, but after a few makeovers and a bunch of tests, the scavenger hunt game type is ready to use.
Take a look at our thorough tutorial and sample game concept.
Besides that read a case study on how the scavenger hunt game was run in northern Norway.
Or head straight to Loquiz PRO, log in and try out creating your own scavenger hunt!
Here are some pictures from the sneak peek game held in Tallinn:
The games’ concept was still a mystery for most of the people; so playing took some real brain work from even experienced team building instructors. At least the expressions from the players faces might prove it is the best scavenger hunt app they have gotten their hands on.
By the way, Tallinn Old Town is in UNESCO heritage list and is one nice compact authentic medieval place to wander around.
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