Virtual Games for Kids & Families
Online Games for Students
A GREAT WAY FOR KIDS AND ADULTS TO HAVE FUN TOGETHER, FROM BIRTHDAY PARTIES TO SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS
Connect and explore great places together in virtual games for famailies that leaves everyone thrilled, exhilarated, and appreciative of one another’s talents. Our scavenger hunts and virtual games for kids have been acclaimed by the New York Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Washington Post, Newsday, Time Out New York Kids, GoCityKids.com, and other media outlets.
We’ve staged many hunts for school groups, summer camps, birthday parties, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Sweet 16 parties, family reunions—all kinds of occasions. We’ve even been commissioned to create live and virtual games for kids in the form of scavenger hunts for such museums as the Museum of Science in Boston, the Queens Museum of Art, and the Long Island Museum.
We provide not only a hunt chockablock with entertaining questions, but also our friendly, upbeat staffers to run the hunt.
Our Grab ’n’ Go Scavenger Hunt can be staged almost anywhere. Private scavenger hunts that explore specific locations, such as museums, zoos, and historic neighborhoods, are available in select cities and towns.
The hunts are suitable for ages 7 and up, and at least one adult must accompany each team. Prices start at $35 per hunter for a 90-minute hunt, with a minimum fee of $700 for up to 20 people, not including museum admission fees where applicable.
Virtual Games for Families at Home
Can’t go outdoors? We can bring the game to you with virtual games that can be played at home, thanks to video conferencing and our custom app, which can be used with any browser. Invite your favorite families to compete against yours in our Trivia Slam Game, designed for adults and kids to play together. The Murder Mystery Mayhem Game is also available in a family edition. Both games are suitable for ages 8 and up. Teens can go on a spy mission to head off an international crisis on the Murder by Team-Building Game.
If you have a group of 10 kids and two adults, and you’re in New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, or Washington, D.C., and you are Harry Potter fans, check out the Wizard School Hunts for small groups.