AUCTION FEVER

Going once…going twice…SOLD! The excitement and suspense of an auction has universal appeal. So it’s the perfect vehicle for our Auction Fever adventure.

 

Simple in concept, but sufficiently complex in practice, this in-room adventure challenges your team’s ability to problem solve, make quick decisions, and of course, work effectively together. The objective is simple: outwit and outbid other teams in a series of “closed” and “live” auctions to acquire items with the highest combined worth. However, in practice, teams will be faced with a series of impactful decisions that go well beyond what you’d find in your regular Auction House event.

 

With the help of our specially designed Auction Fever iPad application and various standard iPad apps, teams will be presented with a diverse and entertaining set of puzzles and challenges related to the auction items at hand. Spotting an incorrect coffee logo might result in acquiring some rare Peruvian civet coffee. Deciphering and humming the notes to a classic 70’s song could net a team a trip to Rock ‘N’ Roll Camp. Building a world class paper airplane might be a team’s ticket to a cool Zero-Gravity airplane flight. (Naturally, in case you were wondering, these items are only “virtually” acquired by teams, but that won’t detract from the excitement of the auction!)

 

And to make this group activity just a little more interesting, teams will need to interact with some crafty and wealthy Tycoons who will function as both a resource and a foil for teams as they pursue their goal. Unlike our venue and neighborhood based adventures, Auction Fever is not focused on any particular location, so it can be delivered in the comfort of your meeting or conference room. 

 

EVENT PURPOSE AND TIMING

ADVENTURE

FOCUS ON FUN

ADVENTURE +TEAM

DISCUSSION

FOCUS ON TEAM DYNAMICS

ADVENTURE + PERSONALITIES WORKSHOP

FOCUS ON DEEP LEARNING

This was a great game and helped us all work together to solve the conundrums.

Loved the challenge of solving the puzzles and the strategy of how to use the points.

It forced us to think outside the box and use parts of our brain we perhaps don't do on a day to day basis.

 

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