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Flow - Presential

Flow - Presential

WHAT IS IT?

A face-to-face escape game for 5 to 50 players that mixes adventure and logical thinking. Players need to work as a team to find clues, solve puzzles and figure out passwords to complete the mission within 60 minutes.

Flow - Presential
Flow - Presential
Flow - Presential

PURPOSE OF THE GAME

With the main mission of improving communication, the game will require participants to be in constant collaboration as a lot of useful information will have to be communicated to other participants for the mission to be completed successfully.

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TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

The game is made up of 5 to 50 players who will get together and need to act collaboratively in order to find passwords and complete the mission. Here, creativity is a mandatory requirement for participants to complete the challenge.

The game is available in 3 different languages ​​(Portuguese, English and Spanish).

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GAME MECHANICS

Each stage of the game will demand a lot of communication and teamwork, as participants will need to exchange information to find clues and complete the proposed missions.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Minimum of 5 participants with 1h30 of availability.

Recommended for: Recruitment and Selection, Training and Development, Onboarding, Team Building and Internal Communication, Internal Events and Fraternizations, Endomarketing, Corporate Events, Fairs and Congresses, Sales Conventions, Motivation and Integration.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Answer: From 5 to 50 players per session.
Answer: Yes, depending on staff availability
Answer: It is possible to do up to 3 simultaneous sessions, depending on the availability of the AREA67 team
Answer: The session lasts 1h30, considering Briefing, Game and Debriefing. The game itself can last up to 60 minutes.
Answer: The sessions will be guided by Game Masters, who will be responsible for giving hints during the game. A Game Master is always needed to do the opening and give the game instructions.
Answer: No, it is not possible.
Answer: It depends on the number of people. For groups larger than 15 people, a large space with a minimum of 4 tables or 3 interconnected environments is required.
Answer: 1 screen with projector or television with USB input, 4 tables and 1 socket.

Answer: Yes, a Game Master will explain how the game works and how to access it.

Answer: Yes, if the client is interested, a Game Master will debrief the team and discuss with the players the learnings of the game, relating each puzzle and interaction of the participants with the contents, behaviors and skills worked during the session.