We have all heard of The Amazing Race, a televised game where teams embark on an around the world scavenger hunt full of amazing experiences and chances to win great prizes, but did you know that these epic scavenger hunts are the next great teambuilding exercise?
Look no further than your smartphone and you to can get your crowd moving, exploring, and most importantly working together while enjoying a few laughs.
A quick search for teambuilding apps will give you a plethora to choose from, but let's look at some that have been receiving some better than average reviews.
As wild as this sounds, this app allows for customized scavenger hunts that can be planned for a group with a list of missions for each player (or team of players). A photo of each participating group finishing a task is required to prove the challenge is completed and includes an interactive points system allowing you to add or deduct points based on the quality of the photos submitted. The possibilities for fun are endless.
From scavenger hunts to tours, product releases to orientations this app can create fun and excitement for everyone. There are six challenge types to choose from, including; photos, videos, stickers, trivia, qr codes, and text. Using GPS locks and Beacons you can create any type of location based game for your group to enjoy.
This app is free to download and provides both photo and QR code hunts. The easy to set up and customize app allows the manager to watch the action unfold with easy to use admin tools that allow you to approve players, photos, and send mid-game push notifications for hints or bonus point tasks. Eventzee also provides weekly worldwide games for anyone to participate in. Why not start enjoying the hunt today?
For days of adverse weather when traipsing about outdoors wouldn't be ideal for your guests, look no further than 'Let's Talk' to help break the ice. This app houses 1000+ unique questions to help you get your groups talking about interesting life experiences and other fun topics. Simple, but effective. After getting to know each other perhaps allowing your teams to 'create' their own scavenger hunts from the indoors would be an ideal teambuilder.