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Teambuilding Session – Mission to Mars

Teambuilding Session – Mission to Mars

Our advanced team building sessions are designed to re-engage staff members, establish relationships, build connections, and offer a fun experience for all those involved. Each session is hosted by one of our experts who will be on hand to guide you and your team throughout the activity.

The theme of these sessions? Space!

‘Mission to Mars’ uses mechanics and digital storytelling to create an engaging and insightful experience that challenges virtual collaboration and decision making. This makes teamwork fun with games and activities. It is hosted on a simple, yet incredibly effective platform, giving you a genuine ‘no faff’ experience.

The benefits of using this platform:

  • Add a learning twist to your teambuilding – Each game outlines the challenges of working remotely and encourages players to cooperate, manage their time and make decisions
  • Spend no time setting up – Participants will only receive the link at the start of your event. They will not need to download anything, just click and play.
  • Use your preferred conferencing method – You can use the app’s built-in audio-video communication system or choose your company’s preferred web conferencing app

There are 4 different games to choose from, all with different activities and aspects depending on your team’s preferences and business needs. Each session is predicted to last up to an hour, however, if you wish to have a longer session then activities can be combined.

The recommended group size is from 5 – 15, however, each game can accommodate for up to 20 users. The price covers below covers a single session with one game.

The Games

Take Over

After losing connection with the Martian basecamp, a team of specialists is trying to break into the computer system on Mars to figure out what happened.

What’s included:

  • Logic puzzle
  • Information discovery
  • Coordination amongst players
  • Task dependencies (if X, then Y)

Debriefing Points:

  • Challenges in working remotely
  • Cooperating remotely
  • Sharing information
  • The decision-making process

Difficulty: 2/5

Launching Code

When the computer system reveals that the Martian basecamp is empty, an emergency rescue mission is put into place and a team is assembled to carry this mission.

What’s included:

  • Logic puzzle
  • Information discovery
  • Coordination amongst players
  • Task dependencies (if X, then Y)
  • Working under pressure
  • Balancing speed and accuracy

Debriefing Points:

  • Challenges in working remotely
  • Cooperating remotely
  • Sharing information
  • Time management
  • The decision-making process
  • Improving performance

Difficulty: 3/5

Landing Sequence

The rescue mission arrives on the Martian orbit and prepares to land the spaceship a few miles from the basecamp, making sure the proper landing sequence is followed.

What’s included:

  • Logic puzzle
  • Information discovery
  • Coordination amongst players
  • Sequencing (putting information in the right order)
  • Working under pressure

Debriefing Points:

  • Challenges in working remotely
  • Cooperating remotely
  • Sharing & organizing information
  • Time management
  • The decision-making process
  • Improving performance

Difficulty: 4/5

The Pioneers

When the rescue team finally arrives at the basecamp, they find a room full of pictures of the first astronauts and they need to figure out if this is the key to the whole mystery.

What’s included:

  • Escape room
  • Mystery
  • Logic puzzle
  • Creative puzzle

Debriefing Points:

  • Attention to details
  • Thinking outside the box
  • Managing frustration
  • Balancing logic and intuition
  • Looking at the big picture

Difficulty: 4/5

 

Pricing Information

One Session - Up to 20 people

(Expires 1st October 2022)

£297.00(Exc. VAT)

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