Discover amazing people and amazing places
Get to know great Black Americans, their achievements, and the places where they lived, worked, and walked, on a team-building virtual scavenger hunt. Via Zoom or your favorite video platform, your group will meet our host, get into teams, and start exploring. You’ll follow links to a variety of eye-popping interactive websites, where you’ll be challenged to answer fun questions about what you find. No previous knowledge is required: You just need sharp eyes and good teamwork.
Along the way, your team will…
- Take a virtual seat alongside Rosa Parks on the actual bus where she refused to give up her seat
- Explore a historical house in Massachusetts that was the last stop on the Underground Railroad for such travelers as Frederick Douglass
- Listen to jazz pioneer Louis Armstrong speaking from his house in New York City
- Behold the wonderful works of Black artists in a variety of museums
These kinds of Black History Month games online are perfect for bringing together groups in celebration of Black Americans any day of the year!
A Kids Edition is also available, perfect for a virtual field trip that can foster teamwork with kids in class and at home.
Contact us to learn more!
Go on a sultry search for nudity in art
OK, put your clothes back on: it’s the art, not the hunters, that will be naked on this Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt. If there’s one thing artists throughout history have loved to depict, it’s nudes. But naked is in the eye of the beholder, and you’ll be amazed at the variety of ways artists have included nudity in their work across the centuries.
Best of all, we’ll be combing museums across the country, and digging deep into our 21-year inventory of crazy questions about strange, startling, awkward, provocative, blush-worthy, and otherwise outrageous works of art that exhibit some connection with nudity.
Teams, including yours, will meet our Host on Zoom, and via our app you’ll follow a scandalous trail of clues to uncover alluring and amusing nudes and answer quirky questions about what you find. You might bump into a bronzed Adonis, encounter an incontinent Cupid, serenade moonlit sirens, walk in on handsy Egyptians, marvel at medieval codpieces, attend outrageous feasts, or run across a randy reveler who’ll make you exclaim, “I never sausage behavior!”
No previous experience with art, or nudity, is required.
Laughter and teamwork are in the air
Get your colleagues the perfect gift: a Valentine’s Day trivia game that celebrates and lampoons the holiday everyone either loves—or loves to hate.
Recruit that special someone or your savviest friends and tackle five rounds of fun, light-hearted challenges.
Along the way, you might be quizzed on…
- Rom-Com Mashups
- Name that “Love” Song
- Fictional Dating Profiles
- History’s Worst Couples
Plus there’ll be a creative photo scavenger hunt round, where you’ll need to collaborate with teammates to compose eye-catching team photos on your Zoom screen.
This virtual Valentine’s Day trivia game is perfect for collegial collaboration on a fun activity that fosters bonding while defeating Zoom fatigue. Not only will the game delight your group, its positive team-building impact will echo in your future meetings. Contact us to prepare for an hour of laughs and love!
Also available: Naked at the Museum: A Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt, which is offered to the general public on the weekends and for private groups anytime.
A trivia game to bring out the Irish in everyone
Irish eyes are smiling for our St. Patrick’s Day trivia games for teams, featuring five rounds of questions and challenges that test your teamwork as much as your St. Paddy’s knowledge. The game can be played in-person, with our Host leading the game right in your office, or virtually, with our Host conducting the game via Zoom. Each question encourages discussion that lets you work out the answers—and laugh while you do.
Along the way, you might be quizzed on…
- Oddball St. Patrick’s Day traditions
- Tipsy trivia about tipples around the world
- Famous Irish faces
- Songs about the luck of the Irish (and everybody else)
- Clover—er, clever—title mashups featuring all things green
…and more. Plus there’ll be a photo scavenger hunt round, where you’ll need to collaborate with teammates to snap shots that meet unusual criteria and spur creativity.
This team-building game is perfect for bringing together colleagues in a fun activity that fosters bonding. Not only will the St. Patrick’s Day trivia games delight your group, but the positive impact will echo in your future meetings.
Contact us to learn more about this St. Patrick’s Day virtual or in-person trivia game. It will leave your team will be laughing like leprechauns.
20 Questions, 20 Powerful Women
Learn their stories and see how they changed the world on a team-building game that reinforces the contributions of wonder women in history. On teams, you’ll tackle a series of questions, each of which introduces you to a woman who made a difference. You’ll follow clues to explore websites that celebrate these people and answer fun questions about what they achieved. No previous knowledge is required. Y chromosomes are optional.
Along the way, you’ll meet an inspiring queen who led the Britons to resist invading Roman soldiers. You’ll virtually sit on the bus where Rosa Parks took a stand by sitting down. You’ll sit in the forest with Jane Goodall, awaiting her first close encounter with chimpanzees. You’ll walk through Frida Kahlo’s studio and home to get a sense of what inspired her bold paintings. You’ll peek into the still-radioactive lab where Marie Curie gave her life to advance science. You’ll visit the cozy cottage where Eleanor Roosevelt relaxed when she wasn’t a tornado of activity.
This online tour of fascinating sites is a virtual Who’s Who of famous females who went down in, well, herstory. Contact us to get to know them.
Starring Waterfalls, Canyons, Pandas and more!
There’s no place like home, particularly this blue marble in the galaxy better known as planet Earth. Get to know the place where you live a bit better on a virtual nature scavenger hunt that takes you from wild rivers in deep majestic canyons to snowy Alpine summits. Your Earth Day scavenger hunt starts by joining our host on Zoom, Google Meet, or your favorite video platform. You’ll form teams and then head into breakout rooms to follow a trail of clues across the Internet, with links provided by our browser-based app. We’ve curated a remarkable selection of interactive websites, and your objective will be to answer our tricky, provocative, fun questions about the natural wonders you find.
Earth’s Best includes…
- The towering Iguazu Falls in South America
- The colorful creatures of the Great Barrier Reef
- A raft ride on the wild Colorado River as it winds through the Grand Canyon
- The geological wonder of the Giant’s Causeway in Ireland
- Did we mention Earth’s most adorable creatures, pandas? Doing somersaults?
This is not a trivia game. No knowledge is required: you just need curiosity, sharp eyes, and great teamwork. This game provides a great way to engage your colleagues on a team building game that seems like an escape into the wild. For an hour, you’ll feel like you’ve left your home office behind as you plunge into the great outdoors. You’ll increase your appreciation not just for your favorite planet, but also your favorite colleagues.
The ESL Edition of this Earth Day scavenger hunt is ideal for connecting groups across the globe with a variety of fluency in English. The Kids Edition, suitable for ages 10 and up, is a teacher’s helper: students have so much fun that they are eager to keep discovering and learning. Contact us to learn more!
Celebrate spring on a virtual museum scavenger hunt
Eggs are an ancient symbol of new life and the arrival of Spring, so what better time of year to go on an online Easter egg hunt game that takes you into some of the world’s greatest museums? There are eggs hidden everywhere, and on teams, your task will be to follow a trail of clues to find those eggs and answer tricky questions about them.
You might search for broken eggs in a painting that reveal a shocking message about a maiden. You might be dazzled by jewel-bedecked Fabergé eggs. You might investigate 70-million-year-old dinosaur eggs. You might need to spin around a 3D photo of an old-time egg carton. You might spot some eggs in Julia Child’s TV-friendly kitchen. You might imagine sipping wine from an ostrich egg turned into a ewer fit for a king. And yet the game is completely cholesterol-free.
Meet with our live host on Zoom
Teams gather on Zoom and our eggscellent Host sets you up with our app (which works in any browser). Soon you’ll be off on your one-hour adventure, launching websites, searching for shells, and enter your answers to tricky questions in the app.
So hop to it! This online Easter egg hunt game is available to the general public on Easter weekend, and groups can book a private game anytime. You need to break some eggs to make an omelet, and you need to click below to stir yourself into this virtual game. Not that we mean to egg you on, but this game is all that it’s cracked up to be.
You’ll crack up when you eggsamine these websites
Chickens—or is it bunnies?—have laid eggs all over the internet. You can find them almost hidden in art museum paintings. You can find them in natural history museums as giant dinosaur eggs and tiny hummingbird eggs. You can find them in the homes of kings and queens as Fabergé eggs, covered in jewels. You can even find monster-sized eggs lined up atop a building in Spain!
Ah, but can you really find them? This game will be your final eggsam to see if your team is all it’s cracked up to be.
Meet with Our Live Host on Zoom!
Our eggceptional Host will meet with your teams and others on Zoom. He or she will set you up with our app (it works in any browser), and you’ll be off on one-hour eggstravaganza that hops around the world, following clues that lead you to websites where you must find eggs and answer fun questions about them. It’s a mad scramble that might leave your brain fried by terrible yolks.
So hop to it! The Online Easter Egg Hunt is suitable for ages 10 and up, and each team must include one adult. This virtual Easter egg scavenger hunt is available to the general public on Easter weekend, and groups can book a private game anytime. Click below to stir yourself into this game. And now, omelet you alone…
Celebrate Memorial Day, Independence Day, or any day
Pack your teammates into the virtual van and hit the online highway for this road trip across the Internet, in search of amazing websites and answers to tricky questions. No matter how far-flung your team is, you’ll gather on Zoom or Google Meet (or your favorite platform) and collaborate on this virtual tour of America game, delivered via our browser-app.
You’ll follow a trail of clues to discover eye-popping, panoramic websites, where you’ll search for secrets and hidden details in such places as…
- New York’s Grand Central Terminal
- Hollywood’s Chinese Theater
- Hartford’s Mark Twain house
- The Alamo in San Antonio
- Even inside the White House!
This virtual tour of America features the best of our various games dedicated to specific cities—including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, and San Francisco—plus new stops in the country’s favorite and lesser-known locations. No previous knowledge is necessary: you just need sharp eyes, quick wits, and great teamwork.
Contact us to learn more about the itinerary—and prepare to find more fun all over America!
Feliz Cinco de Mayo
Get together with compadres and colleagues on this fun new virtual, Cinco de Mayo–themed trivia game for teams. Fire up your brains for five rounds of questions and challenges that celebrate teamwork, Mexican culture, and a great excuse for a party. Each question encourages discussion that lets you work out the answers—and laugh while you do.
The trivia game can be played either in-person, with teams gathered in one place, or virtually via Zoom. In either case players our game host will guide teams through the rounds and players will enter their answers in our app that works in any browser.
As you play, you might be quizzed on…
- Fives of a kind
- Mother “May” I?
- Mixed drinks and merry meals from Mexico
- Mexican influences in American entertainment
…and more. Plus there’ll be a scavenger hunt round, where you’ll need to collaborate with teammates to find or create unusual images that bring out your creativity.
Not only will the virtual Cinco de Mayo trivia game be muy divertido, but the positive impact will ring on in future meetings. Contact us to learn more—and find more fun on Cinco de Mayo!
Fun for people of diverse backgrounds!
Celebrate the lasting impact and rich history of Latinx people past and present on this fun, fast-paced, virtual or in-person Hispanic Heritage Trivia Game. Team up with colleagues or friends for five rounds of insightful and silly questions and challenges that highlight your teamwork as much as your knowledge.
This a great team-building activity to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15.
Our Host will guide you through several rounds of questions, which you’ll answer in our custom, browser-based app. You don’t necessarily need to be a genius of Hispanic history to do well! The questions are generally designed to encourage discussion that lets you work out the answers—and have fun while you do. So anyone can compete and win.
You might be quizzed on…
- Amazing places in Spanish-speaking countries
- Traditional and not-so-traditional Hispanic food and drink
- Great moments and people in Hispanic history
- Latinx influences in American entertainment
Available in virtual and in-person editions
In many locations our Game Host can come to your office or other venue to run the game in person. If you have far-flung colleagues, you can meet via Zoom for the virtual trivia game, in which the Host will send teams into breakout rooms for each round.
This team-building game is perfect for bringing together colleagues in a fun activity that promotes bonding. The Hispanic Heritage Trivia Game will have your team talking, laughing, and even learning a little something.
Private groups can book the game anytime. An International Edition of the game is also available for groups with ESL participants. Contact us to learn more!
Is Ghost Hunting a Trivial Pursuit?
How are you at conducting a seance? Because your team will have quite an edge in these online Halloween games if you can consult with spirits, goblins, ghosts, specters, vampires, and other things that go bump in the night.
During this “virtual Halloween trivia pub quiz” your team will tackle a variety of challenges. You might be asked to identify movie monsters by their dating profiles; ponder ridiculous DIY costumes and decide “Who Wore It Best?”; recall characters from Halloween episodes of classic TV shows; name famous haunted places; recognize the slogans of Halloween candy; and more.
You might want to come to the Zoom session appropriately attired for the photo challenge round, where a skeletal hand might come in handy, a pumpkin could pump up your points, and your home gym could count as a torture device.
At the start, you’ll join our Host on Zoom to go over the rules. Then you’ll head into breakout rooms by team, and you’ll use our browser-based app (nothing to install!) to receive and answer questions. After each round you’ll rejoin the host to hear the answers, get score updates, and get in some banter.
Kids Editions are also available, as well as a different sort of game, Virtually Haunted: The Online Halloween Scavenger Hunt, featuring haunted places in America and England, and the tales of the ghosts who linger there.
Dying to get in on the fun of online Halloween games? Contact us to learn more…before time runs out!
Caution: There’ll be ghosts in your machine
…when you use your computer to join us for a poltergeist-plagued online scavenger hunt. On teams, you’ll go for a virtual walk to and within haunted places and learn the stories of their ghosts. You’ll meet our host on Zoom, then your team will go into a breakout room and use our browser-based app to follow a trail of clues across surprising websites, in search of answers to tricky questions.
We’ve taken our decades of real-world “haunted scavenger hunts” and translated them into an online quest—with new ghost-plagued places and blood-chilling tales.
Along the way, your team will…
- Visit Philadelphia’s creepy Eastern Penitentiary and its bygone (or are they?) prisoners
- Wander among crowded tombs in a cemetery haunted by a someone who was accidentally buried alive
- Learn the chilling fate of Giles Corey at the Salem Witch Trial Memorial
- Sneak into the White House in search of the presidents whose ghosts have been spotted there
And those are just a few of the escapades and tales your team will enjoy on this online scavenger hunt. And in October, the game is perfect for your virtual Halloween party!
Or are you looking for a Kids Edition? Step this way…
Also available: The Halloween Trivia Slam, which proves that answer tricky questions associated with the holiday is not a trivial pursuit. (See what we did there?)
To join the fun, all you need is a good internet connections, reliable teammates, and a bit of courage. Click below to get into the game… before it’s too late.
Need some good news?
Let’s not forget to look at all that’s right about the world and our history. This gratitude scavenger hunt combs the internet in search of the many people, places, and moments for which we can be grateful. It’s a virtual appreciation game you play on teams, so you’ll also come away with a better appreciation for your colleagues. You’ll follow clues to discover websites around the world that celebrate natural wonders and pioneering people who have given amazing gifts to us all in discoveries and inventions, music, food, art, education, humor, and a cornucopia of other areas of achievement.
You’ll be thankful about such things as…
- The wonders of the human heart, as you go through a giant one at the Franklin Institute
- The advances in everyday food, glorious food, as reflected through the mischievous eyes of Andy Warhol
- The amazing sculpting powers of water at the Iguazu Falls in South America
- Marvels of transportation, a Space Shuttle at the Air & Space Museum or fun model trains at Chicago’s Museum of Science & Industry
- Miracles of nature such as chimpanzees and the species-saving arks that are zoos
- Heroes and pioneers such as Marie Curie, Rosa Parks, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, and Lin-Manuel Miranda
…and much more. There’s also a bonus challenge featuring Americans who lead by example in their work for charities and worthy causes. By the end of this appreciation game, you’ll certainly be thankful you played.
A Kids Edition and an International/ESL Edition are also available. Contact us to learn more.
Deck the Hall with Rounds of Challenges!
Prepare for a game that has more surprises in it than Santa has toys on his sleigh. (Don’t tell him we said that.) This is a team-building activity that pleases full-throated carolers and grumbling Grinches alike. In multiple rounds, teams will gather around the virtual yule log on Zoom—or gather together in person—to answer humorous questions that cover a wide range of holiday themes.
You might tackle such topics as tricky lyrics from seasonal songs; a holiday movie mashup; celebrities with festive connections to the holidays; celebrations and foods from around the world; and other entertaining fact-snacks about Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve, Boxing Day, and of course Festivus. Plus there’s a photo scavenger hunt round, to get teams to use their egg-noggins. Also: no more puns like that one.
Our host/emcee will guide your group through the rounds and keep the good cheer flowing, whether they are leading the game via Zoom or in person, in a location you choose.
Incidentally, don’t miss our other virtual holiday games, such as Joy Around the World: Virtual Holiday Scavenger Hunts.
What happy clients are saying about the holiday trivia games
A 5-star review on Google: “The event was fabulous, especially with the need to be virtual. Jamie, our facilitator, was fun, energetic and helpful; and the response time during both the sales process and the actual game event was great. I felt supported every step of the way.”
“It’s a nice and fun way to interact with coworkers when you are remote.” —a player
Contact us to learn more about a virtual or in-person holiday trivia game—and find more fun this holiday season wherever you are!
Put more ho-ho-ho in your holiday party
Can’t commune with your colleagues for a big holiday party? This December, gather your group around the Zoom yule log to play one of our fun, fascinating, fast-paced, and definitely festive virtual holiday scavenger hunts. On teams, you’ll use our desktop app to explore websites around the world that reveal holiday traditions, scenic places, and pop culture favorites. Your quest: answers to tricky, humorous questions. You’ll feel like you’re sight-seeing from Santa’s sleigh.
- A virtual visit to Charles Dickens’ house in London in search of Scrooge
- A panoramic view of the actual, geographic North Pole
- A look around the Vienna Christmas Market
- A snow-topped pagoda in Japan, where Christmas is celebrated with chicken from KFC
- Festivals in such places as Budapest, Strasbourg, Krakow, and beyond
Of course these are more than just online Christmas games: Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, the Winter Solstice, and even Festivus are also in the mix. But even if you’re allergic to tinsel you’ll have fun. We’ll make the list of fun websites and questions; you just have to check it twice.
This game is available to the general public on select weekends. To learn about booking a private game for your group, clock on the button below to contact us, and we’ll throw in tidings of good cheer.
Better than banging a gardooka
If your holiday plans don’t include frolicking with friends like all the Whos down in Whoville (with their blumbloopas and tartookas), we’ve got the next best thing: a gathering on Zoom to sleigh ride across the internet. These virtual holiday scavenger hunts for kids take you to amazing websites in search of answers to fun, funny questions.
On teams you’ll meet our host on Zoom, then head into breakout rooms and use our desktop app to access our carefully collected and inspected array of amazing museums, holiday markets, panoramic photos of exotic places, and other eye-popping online wonders. Your mission: come up with answers to tricky, humorous questions about the cool stuff you find. You’ll feel like you’re sight-seeing from Santa’s sleigh.
- A virtual visit to Charles Dickens’ house in London in search of Scrooge
- A panoramic view of the actual, geographic North Pole
- Unusual toys from museums and shops around the world
- Festivals in such places as Budapest, Strasbourg, Krakow, and Santa Clause Village in Finland
Of course these are more than just online Christmas games: Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, and the Winter Solstice are also featured. But even if you’re allergic to tinsel you’ll have fun.
This is a great school activity, introducing students to places and traditions around the world. But it’s also a fun game to unite families and friends, such as on our weekend hunts for the general public. Just tap one of those Santa-coat-red buttons below to learn more or buy a ticket. Guaranteed to delight any Grinch!
Can you stop a disgruntled game designer from ruining the holiday season?
Millions of people around the world might not get the games on their wish list—and it’s not due to supply line problems or materials shortages. It’s much more diabolical: Someone who goes by the alias SCROOGE has somehow shut down all of the equipment at companies that make games.
Scrooge has dared authorities to expose his or her identity by playing a game that involves a series of devilishly difficult puzzles that are all based on classic board games.
This is where you come in: Can your team crack up to 10 puzzles inspired by classic games—with humorous twists—and come up with the code words that will get the manufacturers humming again? You have one hour. After that…who knows what else Scrooge might do?
This virtual mystery game comes in three versions: the Classic Edition, the Expert Edition (with the most difficult puzzles), and the International Edition (with easier language for players whose first language is not English).
Are you up for an exciting, fun virtual holiday game—with lots of laughs along the way?
Ring in the new year with fun!
Should old acquaintance with 2023 be forgot? ABSOLUTELY! These virtual team trivia games will help you do that with five rounds of questions and challenges that test your teamwork as much as your knowledge. You’ll meet with our Host on Zoom or Google Meet or your favorite conferencing platform. In teams, you’ll head into breakout rooms to tackle questions presented in our browser-based app. The questions prompt discussion that lets you tease out the answers—as well as laughter.
Along the way, you might be quizzed on…
- Unusual New Year’s traditions around the world
- Classic pop culture making a return in 2024
- Songs about celebrating and looking forward
- Surprising stuff that happened 100 years ago
…and more. Plus there’ll be a photo scavenger hunt round, where you’ll need to find things in your home or office or collaborate with teammates to make an unusual “Brady Bunch” style team photo on your Zoom screen.
This virtual team-building trivia game is perfect for bringing together colleagues to collaborate on a fun activity that fosters bonding while defeating Zoom fatigue. Not only will the game delight your group, its positive impact will echo in your future meetings. Contact us to prepare for a joyful hour that starts the new year right!
Looks like an LGBTQIA+ trivia game, feels like a party!
Celebrate the incredible impact and lasting importance of queer people past and present with a fast-paced, funny trivia game. Team up with friends or colleagues for five rounds of fun, funny, and informative questions and challenges that highlight your teamwork as much as your knowledge. You’ll meet with our Host on Zoom, then head into team breakout rooms to tackle questions in our browser-based app. Each question encourages discussion that lets you work out the answers—and have fun while you do.
Along the way, you might be quizzed on queer history, famous LGBTQIA+ people, pop culture, surprising wordplay, and more. You might even burst into song during the musical round. And in another round you’ll go on a virtual scavenger hunt in search of surprising works of art.
This virtual LGBTQ trivia game is perfect for bringing colleagues together in a fun activity that fosters bonding, promotes different points of view, and fights Zoom fatigue. The fun theme and fascinating facts will have your group feeling great. Contact us to learn more!