|Season (20 May 2019 - 30 Sept 2019)|
Help King Olav Kyrre find princess Ingerid, so he can save Bjørgvin by marrying her. To do this you need to find the hidden runes before you translate and find the right order of the letters. This will give you the secret opening between enemies and the location of the princess.
The Last Viking is a location based game where you interact with you phones GPS to find locations, where given tasks and riddles being solved around the historic area of Bryggen in Bergen.
Within an hour you need to solve as many tasks as possible and find the exit by the help of a word. Tasks appear on the screen and you need solve these before you continue. Time is running and is limited, the tasks give different score points so think strategic.
This is a "Digital Outdoor Escape Game".
NOK 350 per phone playing the game. You can choose to be between 1 and 4 people playing on one phone.
Number of people per team:
Recommended 4 players per team
Bryggen in Bergen
You can start playing at any time within the opening hours of Bergen Base Camp: 09:00 - 19:00. The game takes one hour.
Wifi / mobile data:
You need to be connected to a wifi when starting the game. The rest of the game can then be played offline. There is free wifi at the startpoint of the game at Bergen Base Camps office at Bryggen.
The game must be booked by 18:30 the same day you are playing.
Your email confirmation is your receipt. Please bring a printout or show the email on your mobile at the start of the game at Bergen Base Camp at Bryggen.
Cancellation with full refund up to 48 hours before the game day.
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