If you've ever played one of our city scavenger hunts, you know that we like getting out and exploring the places we live. But now that it's crucial that we all stay home, we're focusing on exploring the places where we actually live. And if you're working from home, you're probably facing some of the challenges that come with it. Connections, collaborations, and camaraderie all suffer when we're separated like this.
In an effort to address some of these challenges, and also in hopes of bringing something fun your way, we've created a new team event intended specifically for staying home -- a Stay Home Scavenger Hunt that challenges you to solve puzzles by searching your residence, collecting items, and completing tasks. Work remotely with your teammates to raid the fridge, rummage through the closet, or dig in the cushions -- whatever it takes to find the answers before time runs out.
Play with your friends and colleagues as your host challenges you to solve a puzzle by tracking down items in your own home. Right now, you can't visit an escape room, or even escape your own home, but we offer a form of escape that will challenge your puzzle solving skills and make for a great time with friends. Perfect for team building or shaking up a virtual party with friends, it's a unique experience that gets your brain going. We're based in Texas but can offer the event anywhere you are. It's entirely customizable and a fun diversion for any group.
Whether you're looking for a remote team building solution, a fun event for your weekly Zoom chat, or just want to shake up the quarantine routine, it's a great way to boost morale and make the distance between us a little more social.
We may be cooped up, but we need to exercise, both our brains and our minds. This hour-long event does just that, getting you out of your seat and out of your mindset, too. It will make you think, and it will make the familiar a bit more fantastic.
We love Dallas, but we've always wanted to play our games with our friends around the country. And now that we can't leave home at all, we've suddenly gone national. So let's play!