Our Teambuilding Options

Activities With Attitude

Remote and Hybrid Games

These virtual and hybrid experiences will build camaradarie among teams working remotely, and they are a lot of fun!

Remote and Hybrid Games:

  • Promote healthier, happier team members
  • Make people feel good about themselves
  • Build team cohesion
  • Get the brain working!
Virtual Escape Room Experiences
Three different escape experiences are available to choose from: Crack the Code (escape being framed for an art heist), Escape the Castle (solve clues to escape the abandoned castle), and Undercover Escape (a secret agent exfiltration operation). All participants play on their own device for maximum engagement in teams of 4-5. but games are structured to ensure players work with their team to escape rather than on their own. In each game, teams search for and solve a variety of clues and puzzles. Their goal? To escape before time runs out! The winning team is the one with the most points earned and the fastest escape time.
Manor House Murder – A Virtual “Who Dunnit?”
Planning a group activity can be murder. But, in this case, murder IS the activity! The body of an internationally renowned lawyer, Laura Norder, has been found and we need your group’s help examining the evidence and liaising with key suspects and witnesses to piece together the sequence of events! Using their own devices, remote teams, who collaborate in breakout rooms, complete observational challenges, answer trivia questions, and complete photo tasks to earn points and identify the murderer!
Remote Team Challenge
Your team may not be together in the office, but they will feel like they are together during this game! Teams collaborate to tackle challenges together and earn collective points. Using their own devices, players open challenges by touching items pictured on a screen showing a home office. For instance, when participants touch the camera, they see extreme close-up images of items and must try to guess what they are. When they click on the headphones, they hear song bites and answer questions about them. Or, when they touch the coffee cup, they guess if the startling facts presented are true or false. While each player submits answers on their own device, their points contribute to their team’s score. The team with the highest total score at the end wins!
Not “Bored” Game
Board games are popular, but how can you play one when you are not all in the same room? By playing this high-tech version! Players view the game board their own devices and collaborate with their teammates in their breakout room. Teams race against the clock trying to clear the board and earn as many points as possible before time runs out by answering questions revolving around popular culture. Your group will definitely not be bored as they engage in this fast-paced “board” game!
The Pitch – Inspired by Shark Tank
Teams collaborate to come up with a pitch for a fictional new product or service that will revolutionize their industry. Teams discuss their plan, then using their own devices they divide and conquer to complete different parts of their presentation such as filming an ad campaign, creating and taking a picture of the logo for their product, recording a video of a breaking news story, and more. The virtual meeting leader then shows what each team presented via an online slide show and participants then get to vote for their favorite pitch – but no voting for their own!
Connections Team Challenge
This virtual game allows your group to connect in spirit, even when they can’t in person. Participants connect with their teammates via video conference and through the game which is downloaded to their own device. Players then work together to complete a series of challenges revolving around connecting. There are Connection Challenges, which are photo and video tasks players must create together, such as arranging players on their screen, so a portion of all four of their faces come together to make one and snap a photo of it. There are also Trivia Challenges such as naming the country from the connect the dots puzzle on the screen. And, Feedback Challenges where teams must have a discussion and decide on an answer, such as deciding which of their school mascots would have been the most likely to win the 100-meter dash if all were competing against one another. You can also forge a connection with your company, as 10 company related trivia questions can be included in the game. A live scoreboard shows how teams are faring and which one will be connected with the name “winner” at the end of the game!
The Great Race
Our best-selling scavenger hunt activity has gone remote for virtual teams! It is inspired by television’s Amazing Race – a popular competition in which teams travel the world. While you will not actually be traveling anywhere during this activity, you can still have a great time during a fun competition that celebrates travel! Individuals playing from their remote location work together as a team to participate in a variety of challenges. Team communication is key and facilitated through a video chat platform. Challenges include “routes,” with travel-related trivia questions, clues, and photo tasks; “detours,” which allow players to choose which of 2 tasks they prefer to complete; high scoring “fast forward” challenges; and “roadblock” challenges that take a little time to complete but are worth a lot of points. The goal is to score more points than any other team before you cross the finish line. The game features a live scoreboard so teams can keep track of their competition. Finally, when the journey ends, just as you share your travel photos with others, a link to a presentation of photos taken during the game is shared for all to enjoy.
Around the World
Take your team on a virtual globe-trotting trip around the world, visiting 22 countries across 40,000 virtual miles while putting your teamwork, collaboration skills, and creativity to the test! Upon arrival in each country, players unlock tasks using image recognition technology. Starting in Argentina, each country contains a series of tasks & challenges. Before traveling on, teams guess their next destination from cryptic clues to get the ticket for the next leg of their journey. Challenges range from performing a Bollywood dance in India and demonstrating Kung-Fu skills in China, to answering questions about the rainforest in Brazil, to exploring well-known landmarks on Google Maps to uncover the answers to questions. How much of the world can your team travel before time is up?
Donation Quest
Just because your group is not together in person, does not mean that they cannot work together remotely to make a difference for a non-profit! Participants play on their own mobile device while working with their team to collaborate over video conference. The game is completely themed to charity, community, and giving back and challenges teams to answer trivia questions, solve clues, take photos, and make videos throughout the quest. Teams earn points as they make their way through the game board, collecting “gems” and ultimately unlocking the vault to release a monetary donation for the charity of your choice. At the end of the event, the Game Master shares a link to a presentation where teams can view all photos and videos submitted during the event. Note - this game will spotlight on the charity of your choosing when teams reach the end of the game. Additional customization throughout the game is available for a fee.
Getting To Know You Game – Icebreaker
Participants access the activity from their own device and complete a series of photo, video, and polling challenges that show people who they are and what they are all about. Sample challenges include taking a photo wearing their favorite sports or school team apparel or making a video where they state what one place they would most like to travel to and why, and identifying if they are an early bird or a night owl. This game is played by individuals with photos, videos, and results of the polling questions shared with the entire team after the game is over.
Take Note
Encourage players to take a quick break and complete a series of short challenges on their own devices. Players simply tap on each of the 6 post-it notes to open a challenge. For instance, for the “motivate” task, players record a 15 second video to share what motivates them with their colleagues. For the “inspire” task, players display their favorite inspirational quote in a creative way. And, when they tap on “energize” they take a photo that illustrates how they stay physically or mentally fit. The results are shared with the group in a presentation afterwards, so all can take note of and be inspired by the interesting things shared by their colleagues!