Tackle trivia on a team while working from home
This is the team building trivia game for people who don’t like trivia games—and for those who love trivia games. In multiple rounds, teams will tackle a variety of challenges that emphasize teamwork. Even if you think you don’t know the answer at first, a little brainstorming often produces the correct answer—or a darn good guess! It’s even more fun when your guesses pay off.
But this game involves more than just trivia questions! Our host/emcee will also guide you through visual puzzles and a scavenger-hunt round. Along the way, you’ll discover some of your colleagues’ hidden talents and unusual expertise. Best of all, you’ll laugh as much as you ever have in your own home or socially distanced office.
Thanks to Zoom and the Watson Adventures custom game app (which runs in any browser), people working at home can play along with the host, communicate with teammates, and have fun together. This online trivia for groups of all kinds and sizes is a great morale booster!
You can book this game just about anytime for your group. On select weekends the game is available to the general public.
Customized Trivia Games for Private Groups
- The Customized Trivia Slam Game, with questions tailored to your company, group, or special occasion
- The Trivia Slam ESL Game, featuring trivia that spans the globe, written so the game can be enjoyed by people whose first language is not English
- Guest of Honor Editions: The Virtual Birthday Party Game, The Virtual Graduation Game, and The Virtual Bridal Shower Game
- Trivia Slam Second Edition, for groups who’ve done the original edition and can’t get enough
- The Jewish Trivia Slam Game, great for synagogues and other groups
- Indoor, IRL, On Location Trivia Games are available in select locations, where permitted.
Companies that have enjoyed the Trivia Slam include Amazon, Societé Generale, Novo Nordisk, and Nestlé, to name just a few. Contact us to learn more and get in on the online trivia for groups game!
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!
Grab your wizarding wands
…for an adventure that takes you to museums across America in search of art that echoes characters, places, and magical objects in the famed Harry Potter books and movies. No, you won’t need the Weasleys’ flying car: You’ll sit at your home computer, join your teammates via Zoom, and use the Watson Adventures online app to get clues, pop onto museum websites, and search for answers to fun, tricky questions on this virtual scavenger hunt.
Be prepared to track down bizarre creatures, slithering serpents, swinging swords, men who might remind you of Voldemort and Nearly Headless Nick, trophies that seem straight out of the Triwizard Tournament, and eerie figures as scary as any Death Eater or Dementor. Along the way, you’ll virtually visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Gallery of Art, and more!
Wizards and muggles alike can play and enjoy this hunt. It’s not an addition to or variation on Harry’s adventures; instead, references to the books will provide a surprising bridge to many strange and wonderful works of art.
This hunt is suitable for ages 10 and up. Kids and adults will enjoy playing the game together. The game can be booked for private groups just about any time, and it’s also available to the general public on select weekends. A click of a button below will begin your adventure…