Team Games (Rain Standby)
Simple and fun this team building activity is like trivia on steroids, where gamesmanship and creativity is required. Great team games are hard to find we have tested and gathered the best into a simple, highly engaging event.
What is it:
“Game On” is a logistically simple indoor event, where teams compete in groups of 6-8 people on a range of engaging short team games.
The games are designed to get teams working together without anyone feeling pressured to perform. Each game is scored and added together so there is an winning team at the end.
Will suit you if:
This event suits large and small groups, who want a casual, no fuss activity that is flexible and can fit in easily with other requirements.
It is good for large groups who are seated at tables. We can also use a large cleared space just with bar tables.
“Game On” is also our rain standby event for our outdoor activities and we can pull it together at short notice.
What to expect:
The games are hard to describe but easy to enjoy. The event has an upbeat vibe, but is still informal and casual.
We chat to you about your team, what you want from the day and select 6 – 9 games that will suit your team and the space.
Invention Test: Build an Eiffel Tower out of straws (at Christmas, a Christmas tree)
Food Relay: People to eat snacks fast and furiously
Caption Challenge – Add captions to absolutely ridiculous stock photos
Action Stations: Teams must stage pinnacle moments of high drama or sporting glory.
House of Cards: Teams have 4 minutes to construct the best house of cards
Scavenger hunt: Teams need to fish around what they have on hand (on their person, in handbags or wallets) to put forward specific items.
Creative Challenge: Teams must design a concept for a new festival or in Sydney
Memory: What can you remember in 15 seconds? or Emoji Quiz – Translate emojis into well known phrases
Shark Tank: Teams have to create a 60 second pitch for some of the worst inventions of all time. They get about 10 minutes to prepare a pitch, including a sign and slogan. We generally ask them to pitch by creating something like a TV commercial to show the benefits of the terrible products.
Photo Shoot: We challenge teams with a list of photo scenes to compose and take, and all teams genuinely love this activity, I have literally tens of thousands of pictures of teams enjoying themselves and loads of interesting and creative shots.
Each activity is scored and once we’ve tallied the scores, we award a $2 shop trophy prize to each member of the winning team. These are humble but very sought after
We can generally come to a venue of your choice (Sydney Metropolitan Area) subject to a few simple requirements, ask for details.