Frequently Asked Questions
Can ANYONE play?
Of course! Adults, kids, tourists, locals, pets - everyone is welcome! And because kids under 8 play free, it’s a great family activity. Just make sure you’re able to walk comfortably for the 2 hour game session.
How many people can play?
Teams are usually 2-6 people (we think 4 players is the perfect size). Depending on numbers, we might also group smaller teams together – if you don’t want to play with others please let us know when you book.
Where do we play?
You start and finish the game in the old town (Gamla Stan) but will explore other parts of central Stockholm during the game. We meet at Gamla Stan train station opposite Espresso House.
What should I bring?
Lots of energy and your thinking caps. We’ll provide the rest, like your Polaroid camera, questions and a map.
Do I need to know anything about Stockholm?
Not at all. If you’re new to the city Astrid’s Adventure is perfect for visitors and tourists. But if you do know the city, why not test your knowledge with Björn’s Battle or Gustav’s Glory?
Is it in English?
You can play in English or Swedish, it’s up to you. Your 100 Point Challenge leader will speak both languages. Just ask for the questions in which language you want.
HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE THERE PER TEAM?
The team sizes are 2-6 people, with the optimal team size being 4. We can group people together if they are one or two people, but you can specify whether you are happy to be grouped with others or not when you book.
HAS ANYONE SCORED 100 POINTS?
Not yet! Will you be the first team to do it? The highest scores for each game so far are:
- Astrid's Adventure - Herring it for the first time / Four fine folk - 97 points
- Björn's Battle - Joris & Theresia - 94 points
- Gustav's Glory - Vikings - 93 points
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 Stockholm and a real feeling of achievement! And Swedish chocolate...
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!
If there’s anything else you need to know, please contact us.