WHAT IS IT?
The Divergents is a fully collaborative digital escape game, with the possibility of customization, in which 3 to 15 players participate per session in an online videoconferencing.
PURPOSE OF THE GAME
With the main mission of improving communication, the game will require participants to be in constant collaboration as much useful information for each will be on the other participant's screen.
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The game is made up of at least 3 players per online session via videoconference. Participants will need to describe their screens in order to find clues and help each other to find passwords and complete the mission.
Game available in 4 languages (Portuguese, English, Spanish and French). It is possible to apply several sessions of the game simultaneously, subject to availability.
Each participant will have one of 3 different environments with different elements that will require different interactions such as: typing passwords, dragging objects and clicking on some buttons to evolve and complete the mission.
Each stage of the game will demand a lot of communication and teamwork, as participants will have to find clues on their screens individually and also exchange information in a clear and objective way to help their colleagues to contribute to the result.
Minimum of 3 participants with 1h15 of availability. A computer or tablet with internet access is required.
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 3 to 15 people per session.
Answer: Yes, it is possible to have simultaneous sessions.
Answer: It is possible to do several simultaneous sessions, depending on the availability of the AREA67 team and/or the application format chosen by the client.
Answer: The session lasts 1h30, considering Briefing, Game and Debriefing. The game itself can last up to 60 minutes.
Answer: The sessions can be guided by Game Masters, who will be responsible for giving hints during the game, or players can just consult automatic hints in the game itself. In any case, a Game Master will be needed to do the opening welcome and provide the game instructions.
Answer: Yes, the customer can choose to train people on their team to act as Game Masters.
Answer: Yes, it is necessary to use an online meeting platform such as Zoom, Meet or Teams to apply the game.
Answer: No, players will have a single link to connect and listen to the Briefing and will then be divided into Breakout Rooms, a tool available on most platforms.
Answer: Internet access, a computer or tablet and access to the event's online meeting platform (Examples: Zoom, Meet, Teams). It is recommended to use headphones and have a camera. The game does not work on mobile phones.
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.
Answer: Yes, it is possible to change visual elements of the game, such as the login screen, initial and final storytelling, video and even the game passwords.