Location
At the office / Location of choice
starting from
2000
per session (+ VAT)
Group Size
50
max people
Duration
1.15 Hours
Office Quest Game
starting from

2000

per session (+ VAT)

Introducing the next generation of team building games. The office quest game is portable and can be played by large groups everywhere.
OD has never been so much fun.

1.15 Hours
6 - 50
Upgrade Options
The game can be combined with a workshop led by an organizational consultant, with post game analysis and providing tools for improvement.
Good For/Benefits
Employee Appreciation, Team Bonding, Communication, Innovation, Brain Teaser, Cross-Team Communication, Working Under Pressure
Languages
English, Hebrew
Activity Includes
Facilitator
Payment Terms
Cancellation Policy
You Should Provide
Open Space, Tables for team work
Pitaya Expert Tip
We recommend a post game discussion with the team to learn from the experience and improve the communication and collaboration!
Previous Clients
Wix, SAP, Amdocs, CheckPoint, Intel

A portable quest game is the perfect combination between an escape room and an adventurous team game that builds team spirit, innovative thinking and takes collaboration to a whole new level. Solving problems? Coming up with creative solutions? It's all part of the game.With time pressure and strict game rules- the teams are expected to be extra creative to solve the puzzle. The team will have 60 minutes to solve each game and 10 extra minutes to solve the final puzzle that requires collaboration between the teams. The office quest game is good for:

  • Interpersonal communication
  • Leadership
  • Creative thinking
  • Working under pressure & uncertainty
  • Team collaboration
  • Decision making
  • Strategic planning
  • Task management
  • Knowledge sharing
The set up before the game requires ~1 hour and ~1 hour after the game to pack everything.  The game can take place anywhere, a group of 10 people usually requires an allocation of 25 sqm. It's optimal if all the teams play in one space but not mandatory.    The game can be combined with a workshop led by an organizational consultant, with post game analysis and providing tools for improvement.