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Virtual Team Building Games

We've produced custom-built games and team-building exercises with the aim of bringing your distributed teams together and solidifying bonds amongst one another. Because even though your teams may be spread apart physically right now, that doesn't mean that you can't ensure your team culture remains strong and continues to grow during these times.

Now - more than ever - it's important to help people feel connected, and give them a sense of community. And we're confident we've been able to do just that.

Our Best Virtual Murder Mysteries

Mystery

Love in the First Degree | A Virtual Murder Mystery

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2 Hours

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30-120 Players| Teams of 8-10

In this Virtual murder mystery game Jesse Welsh was living his best life in 1987, set to marry the love of his life - Samantha. Moments after toasting to their love during the reception, he took a sip of his whisky, and collapsed to the ground.. 8 guests from the wedding are taken aside and split up for interrogation, with hopes of rooting out the murderer before the police arrive, who are sure to bungle the investigation. 8 Live actors, 1 murder, in 1 virtual mansion.

In this 1980's-themed fully virtual Murder Mystery, teams are split into smaller breakout 'tables' of 8-10 and tasked with interrogating the suspects in real-time;  Cross-examining their alibis over 3 rounds of live interaction before ultimately submitting their best guess for both the Murderer and the Motive. Who will be proven innocent? Who will be found guilty? Will the murderer be brought to justice? Only you can decide!

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Space Crime Continuum | A Virtual Murder Mystery

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2 Hours

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30-90 Players| Teams of 6-8

A long time into the future, in a galaxy actually pretty close by… the Starship Winston has mysteriously lost all communications with Earth on day 752 of their 3 year mission. Strangely, twelve days later the ship's communications suddenly return, however, with disturbing news. The ship's commander, Julia Moss, has gone missing and is presumed dead.

In this comedic and futuristic space-themed virtual Murder Mystery, teams are split into smaller breakout 'Task Forces' of 6-8 and must interrogate the suspects played by 6 live actors;  Cross-examining their alibis before finally submitting their best guess for both the Murderer and the Motive. Can you help solve this intergalactic mystery or will the mission result in a worldwide scandal? Are you ready for this online murder mystery?

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The Y2Kaper | A Virtual Whodunnit

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2 Hours

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30-120 Players| Teams of 8-10

Ahh, the 90s. A joyous time, full of pizza rolls, stable economies, and Friends viewing parties… that is, until the Y2K Bug reared its ugly head. Every computer around the world was a ticking time bomb, ready to fail. Well, all except for one: Haarmonics 99. Developed by Haarmon Technologies, the security software promised to prevent the Y2K Bug, saving the new millennium from sure disaster.

However, mere hours before the tech giant’s grand reveal, a shocking discovery was made: every floppy disk containing the cutting-edge security software was missing. It is your job to interrogate the suspects in real-time; Cross-examining their alibis over 3 rounds of live interactive theatre before ultimately submitting your best guess for both the Culprit and the Motive. Can you solve this Virtual Whodunnit before it's too late?

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A Virtual Murder Mystery Game

Final Verdict | A Futuristic Jury Escape Room

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1.5 Hours

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40-100 Players| Teams of 6

Available for Hybrid Teams

In this 90-minute twist on an escape room legal thriller, the heir to a media empire stands accused of arson and fraud, facing a life-sentence in prison if he is found guilty.

Participants are put in the role of a 6-person Jury overseeing the trial, tasked with reviewing the evidence as well as cross-examining both the defendant and lead prosecutor live as you race against time.

Combining live actors with a 3D virtual reality interface set in the year 2030, you will need to work with your fellow jurors to deliver your vote before the trial ends.

What will be your final verdict?

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