A terrible robbery takes place in a small, peaceful village. The perpetrators are missing and the police has no clue.
Take on the role of investigators with your team and start your investigation to find out who is responsible for this crime and what the motive is. Conduct a neighborhood investigation, talk to witnesses, investigate the facts and track down the suspects.
This challenging team building game is ideal during this corona time. The game can be played by all participants from home and with their own device. This way it can be a nice end of the week.
The group is divided into teams of 4 (maximum 5) persons. Each participant plays individually, with their own device! For this, they receive a unique login code and instruction by email. It is therefore important in advance that all email addresses of the participants are known.
Unlike all other games, this game is played individually. Participants can play from wherever they want. People can be brought together in one location or everyone can stay at home and play the game on their computer. In the latter case, Zoom or Skype is used to bring the participants together. After the general introduction, each team is placed in its own room or Zoom group. There they can consult and communicate face-to-face.
Game-related / technical
The aim of the game is to step into the skin of the criminal investigation department together with your team members and to be the first to find out who is behind the burglary and what his / her motive and behavior are.
During the game you are taken into a storyline and it really feels like you have ended up in the small village. You hear statements from the local residents, view camera images of the surroundings and see traces that the perpetrators have left behind. You will then investigate and compare all these findings by means of reports, trace investigations, DNA results, telephone tabs, and license plate detection. If you carry out these investigations correctly and cooperate well, you will receive information about the possible suspects, who you will then question, and check in a field investigation. This entire case is simply too much work to research on your own, which is why you have to work together and split up the tasks well.
Each participant can follow his / her own found clues and all findings are shared. Have you failed an assignment and are you missing information? No problem! That is why you are four! Then make sure that a teammate helps you further, by giving the correct answer.