Most of the Games & Activities that we offer can be arranged in 2 categories: Play Together and Solo (Single Player) Games.
As the categories suggest, some games are made to be played on a large scale while others favor the solo gamer. All of them, of course, are a delightfully good time.
Play Together Games
Play Together Games, as one might assume, typically feature a large number of gamers all coming together to play at the same time. These gaming experiences usually feature a Big Screen that everyone participating can view. Players can view said screen using their phones (Participants View).
- In the Quiz, the players see the same question. Participants answer their questions as quickly as they can, accumulate points, and monitor their progress on the Big Screen.
- In the Runner, the players compete against one another to see who can complete the challenges the fastest.
- In the Roll-a-Ball, a group of players controls a ball cooperatively.
More often than not, Play Together games encourage unanimous participation. However, this needn't always be the case. Some games, for example, may allow participants to simply cheer on their friends, or even vote for their favorite competitor.
Play Together games are ideal for team buildings, marketing, and HR events, and can be adjusted to suit gatherings of almost any size.
While they can be adjusted to suit a wide range of situations, they really hit their stride at events with a centralized stage or Big Screen. In other words, any situation where the audience can all have their attention drawn to a central location.
However, this isn't to say that all participants need to be in the same place. Play Together games are also easy to stream.
Play Together games are not recommended for events participants cannot get together at the same time, at the same physical or virtual location. For example, a trade fair or an expo is usually not the ideal location for a Play Together game.
Solo games are designed for individual participants, who play independent of other gamers Examples
- The Single Player Quiz is the Solo variant of the Quiz Game.
- The Prize Wheel can be rolled by anyone, anytime, anywhere.
- The Manual Score is designed to reward certain players by animators.
Trade fairs, expos, company-sponsored family days, festivals, etc. are the ideal place for Solo Games. If you see a bunch of people wandering around—Solo games are the ones for you. Solo Games can be played anywhere, anytime, by anyone.
Solo Games can also be used in online marketing campaigns, where people join online anytime.
Well, Solo Games can be played at a centralized event, or at a Team Building too, but usually, Play Together Games perform better in these situations.