How do you win? You’re completing three different kinds of challenges. You can do them in any order:
- 8 Collect or Create Challenges Choose up to 8 from the list of options. Each object you collect or create can satisfy only one challenge below (so no double-dipping). Before the end of the hunt, email ONE photo with all of your objects in it to email@example.com. Include your team name or number in the subject line. 5 points each.
- 12 Team Photo Challenges Choose up to 12 from the list of options. Everyone on the team must be in each photo (except the person holding the camera). Before the end of the hunt, email the photos with your team name or number in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org. 5 points each, and the team with the most creative photos gets 5 bonus points.
- Interactive Challenge During the hunt, your Hunt Host will meet you for a unique challenge worth 10 points. Listen carefully to the Hunt Host to find out when and where to do this challenge.
Click on the headings below for further instructions on the Collect/Create and Team Photo challenges.
Where can you go? Anywhere you want! But don’t split up or you’ll be penalized. We’ll be spying on you.
Do you have to spend money? No! But if you choose to, your team can spend up to $10.
Can you earn bonus points? Yes! The best team name wins 3 bonus points. The team with the most creative photos wins 5 bonus points.
How long do you have? 90 minutes. There are NO bonus points for finishing early! But you lose 2 points for every 5 minutes you are late arriving at the finish line.
Be safe! Accessing and playing this game constitutes consent to the Hunt Participant Waiver. You are responsible for your own safety. And the number one rule is: Be nice to other people.
Collect or Create Challenges
Choose up to 8 from the list below. Each object you find or create can satisfy only one challenge below (so no double-dipping).Before the end of the hunt, email ONE photo with all of your objects in it to email@example.com. Include your team name or number in the subject line. Photos received after the due-back time will not be scored. 5 points each.
• A state quarter with a picture of something you can eat on it (Eagles are illegal!)
• Something inflatable, with your own team slogan written on it
• Something that clicks audibly and does not belong to a member of the group already
• An image of a past president of the United States that is not on money
• An object that is made better by being broken
• A travel-sized item
• An object whose name starts with the letter “E”
• A tattoo on a team member (temporary is acceptable)
• A sculpture made out of food, which can include non-edible items such as toothpicks
• Something that will make the judges laugh
• Five unpopped popcorn kernels
• Something that would make an appropriate trophy if you win today
Choose up to 12 from the list of options. Everyone on the team must be in each photo (except the person holding the camera). Before the end of the hunt, email the photos with your team name or number in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org. 5 points each, and the team with the most creative photos gets 5 bonus points.
Take a team photo…
• Using your bodies, spelling the name of something that’s in the same photo.
(For instance, you can spell CAR next to a car.)
• Treating someone in uniform with great respect
• Sprinkled throughout a crowd, with everyone frozen in the same pose
• Treating a staircase or bench as if it’s an amusement park ride
• Ordering, serving, or eating food in an unusual way
• Seeming to hold up or prop up something huge, such as a building, in a forced-perspective shot
• Interacting with a sculpture, poster, or portrait
• Playing a team sport, using found objects as equipment
• With your team’s camera, photobombing another team’s picture
• Doing something you do at the beach, but in an unusual place
• With a clock visible in the photo, acting as if you’re in a suspense movie and time is running out
• With just your heads showing, in an interesting or unusual place or situation
• Acting scared of a live animal
• Frozen in mid-air, with everyone’s feet off the ground and water visible in the background
• Dramatizing the title of a song, TV show or movie in an appropriate setting.
• Demonstrating a hidden talent of a team member
• Somehow doubling the size of your team
• Showing how you’ll celebrate if your team wins