Green Hat People offers a selection of different team building games where we use the streets of Bergen as scenery.
This gives the participants a new and different way to get to know the city at the same time as they build teams and get a completely unique gaming experience.
Exploration Challenge: Bergen
Sightseeing has never been more fun than when you are divided into teams and sent off with tablets in a battle to become the winning team. During the game you will visit famous landmarks and other unique spots where you collect points by answering quizzes, finding things in the vicinity and solving fun photo missions. You have to prioritize which locations you want to visit first to collect the most points, it is unlikely that you will have time to cover them all…
Varg Veum Challenge
In cooperation eith the famous Bergen writer Gunnar Staalesen, we present our murder mystery game "Varg Veum Challenge"! In this game you will move around the city while investigating a criminal case where your company plays a role in the plot! During the game you will interact with actors who have roles in this story, and if your team performs well you might get the chance to assist the detective Varg Veum himself. Can you find out who the perpetrator is and solve the mystery?
Tower of Power
Our latest murder mystery game is about averting an assassination attempt on a world-famous person who comes on a secret visit to Bergen. In an unfortunate and innocent way, your company has been entangled with Eastern European mafia; and now it's time to investigate the case and make sure the perpetrators are stopped in time! Our head of investigation asks for everyone's assistance, and during the course of the game, new information constantly appears which increases the intensity of the game experience.
A game delivery from Green Hat People includes:
• Necessary tailoring of the game in advance
• Activity leader who briefs the group in advance and divides into teams
• Tablets (and possibly maps) that the teams use during the game
• Summarizing presentation after the game with a photo carousel and selection of winning teams
All our games can be delivered to both large and small groups, feel free to ask us for advice on what suits your group best.
Choice of venue for a game brief in advance and choice of venue for finish line / game summary will be adapted to the customer's needs, and the duration of the game can also be adapted to the time schedule for the stay. We are happy to assist in choosing suitable venues for your group if needed.
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