In order to transpose or move a location specific game from one location (like on city) to another you can use “Move all pins” functionality. If needed clone a game before the following steps. Then open Game editor, go to Locations step and click “Move all pins” button on the map. Select the pin you […]
If you need to distribute individual tickets for your games then use batch created single-use passwords for your event. Creating an event To use this feature go to Events list and create a new event for a game as you would normally do. Then go to “Batch Passwords” tab within Event edit window and enter a […]
In Loquiz it is possible to use a start field in several outdoor game types (Scavenger and Strategy). Marking start field(s) is optional and it is done in different screens, depending on the game type.
In Loquiz iBeacons can be used as task activators, meaning that they open tasks once the mobile device is in the range of Bluetooth beacon. Beacons are additional activators – all the regular activators (GPS, QR-codes) still work, but beacons can be used in addition to those. Beacon implementation is in Beta. Please test before […]
Chat functionality allows teams to share text messages with other teams (default) within an event. This helps to keep up the team spirit and help each other out. It is also possible to send message to game instructor and vice versa, so instructor can send important information during the game using Chat.
In Loquiz QR and EAN codes (barcodes) work as task activators, which means that they open the tasks once the player points the built-in code reader at the QR or EAN code. QR and EAN codes are additional activators – all the regular activators (GPS, iBeacons) still work, but these codes can be used in addition […]
Loquiz now allows users to add picture overlay onto the map in outdoor games (this feature is in Beta, so use with caution!). This picture can be a detailed map, drawing, tourist map, photo, sketch, icons etc. Read more to find out how to add and modify picture overlay.
In order to play specific game you need to create an event. One game can be played in several events and all the teams in specific event are shown in one results table.
In outdoor games finish location needs to be marked. Games can have only one finish location and you can use any task as a finish location.
Different games have slightly different settings, but majority of the settings are the same for all the game types. This article explains differences between general and game type specific settings.