Frequently Asked Questions
Can ANYONE play?
Of course! Adults, kids, locals, tourists, pets - everyone is welcome! Just make sure you’re able to walk comfortably for the 2 hour game session.
How many people can play?
A lot! We have had up to 100 people playing in one challenge. Got a big group? Contact us and let's make it happen!
What should I bring?
Unless you are playing one of our bike challenges, you don't need to bring anything. Just energy and your thinking caps. We’ll provide the rest- like your Polaroid camera, questions and a map.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Please wear weather-appropriate clothing suitable for walking (and make sure you have comfortable shoes).
Do I need to know anything about THE CITY TO PLAY?
Not at all. If you’re new to the city our introductory challenges are perfect for visitors and tourists. But if you do know the city, test your knowledge with our intermediate and difficult level challenges, designed for locals.
HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE THERE PER TEAM?
The team sizes are normally 4 but can be anywhere between 2 and 6 people.
What happens if it rains?
We play on! It’s smart to have a waterproof jacket and umbrella with you if it looks like it might rain.
WHAT do we win?
Glory. Satisfaction. A greater knowledge of the city and a real feeling of achievement! And a small surprise...
CAN WE KEEP OUR POLAROIDS?
Of course. Your photos are yours to take away as souvenirs of your game, so be sure to take nice ones!
Where do we MEET TO START/FINISH?
Stockholm: Svartmangatan 18 in Gamla Stan, in the courtyard by the fountain.
Gothenburg: Drottningtorget (next to Gothenburg Central Station), outside the entrance to the Clarion Hotel Post.
Amsterdam: Stationsplein 10, Amsterdam Central Station, by Loetje Centraal.
Copenhagen: Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen, in front of the Copenhagen City Hall.
Sydney: First Fleet Park, George Street, The Rocks (next to Circular Quay train station).
WHAT LANGUAGE IS THE CHALLENGE IN?
You can always play in English, and in Sweden and Denmark the challenges are also available in Swedish and Danish. When you book you can select the language you prefer.
If there’s anything else you need to know, please contact us.