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Arctic Survival

90 min
Teams - Zoom - Google Meet
from 10 to 400 p.
Test & Demo FREE


Test your virtual survival instincts in a race against time. Work together with your
team to crack the code, find your location and complete the rescue mission!

Midway through an arctic expedition, your team has become separated from your hiking guide. With a storm setting in and nightfall approaching, you’re forced to abandon your expedition in search of help. You must work together to solve cryptic clues scattered throughout an abandoned Arctic hut, you will have to put your logical thinking and code cracking skills to the test in order to kickstart the generator, call for help and escape before the heavy snowfall and high winds leave you lost in the Arctic.

How it works ?

Our event manager will set the scene with a tense virtual briefing, detailing key information as to why participants must escape. Teams will then be faced with a locked room that they must virtually break out of before they run out of time. Using their own smartphone devices and video conferencing software, participants will work their way through a myriad of clues by tapping on the objects throughout the hut.

They must progress through the three stages of The Virtual Escape challenge as quickly as they can, while correctly completing questions and challenges as they go. Teams who employ a thoughtful strategy and manage their time carefully shall prevail. The aim of the game is simple; solve the clues to start the generator, call for help and crack the code, all before you run out of time.


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