Pirate Treasure Hunt
The Treasure Hunt is a GPS game where players or teams navigate with tablets or mobile phones in a city, in nature, around a hotel, or convention center. They search for treasures placed in the terrain, answer questions, or complete various tasks.
A key differentiator from games like the Challenge Tour and Mystery Trail is the system of displaying treasures on the map and, importantly, the ability to strategize gameplay.
Players earn points for correctly answered questions. The main goal of the game is to visit as many treasures as possible, answer as many questions correctly, and score the most points.
Pirate Virtual Escape Game
The game can also be launched virtually on a computer screen.
In this version, players don't see the treasure map and communicate with crew members through communication programs like MS Teams, Zoom, or Google Meet.
Questions are displayed one by one in a precise order on the screen.
How challenging is the game?
Expect up to 24 treasures of medium difficulty. You'll encounter graphic, textual, and mathematical treasures. Fans of ciphers, rebuses, and puzzles will be thrilled
The game is suitable for both experienced players and beginners who can make a significant impact in the final evaluation.
It can also be organized for large groups of several hundred players. The game is also infused with a subtle pirate humor.
A Rum-Soaked Tale
You find yourself on a ship anchored at the Island of the Undying. The entire Pacific pirate fleet has gathered here, heeding the call of the legendary Captain Chatty Servéz, spending the last years of his life here.
All crews are anxiously awaiting the captain's speech when eight native savages bring your ailing leader on a stretcher and set him down on the deck of his schooner:
"Welcome, Pirates from all across the Pacific. As you see, I, your captain, am now old, and death will soon claim me. But you still have plenty of time to realize my grand plans. The Pacific is full of treasures that can be seized to amass vast wealth. Whoever leads the most successful crew will, after my death, gain dominion over the entire Pacific."