MetroDemic, a 90-minute company team building game where teams of four compete to save lives from a deadly epidemic, is now available in downtown Denver.
The game launched in several cities across the U.S. in early 2016 including Los Angeles, Dallas, Fort Worth, and Bellevue (WA). The addition of Denver is particularly noteworthy to founders Kris and Christine Neese because both were raised in the Denver metro area (Littleton and Evergreen, respectively) and attended college at Colorado State University.
“We had a fantastic time choosing a location in downtown Denver,” stated Kris Neese. “Denver has so much to explore and share that it was difficult to decide on the perfect place to site our game.” The couple ended up choosing an area in Lodo that spans between the 16th Street Mall and Larimer Square. Kris continued by saying, “We like this location because so many companies in downtown Denver have easy access to the game for corporate team building events and because there are so many fascinating sites to work with.”
In the game, a deadly epidemic known as “the Playgue” is ravaging downtown Denver. Teams of four people hustle on foot to outbreak sites that are being fed to a map on a cell phone. As a group of completely inept scientists fumble with their research back in the lab, the game takes some interesting twists and teams are left racing to save the most lives in 90 minutes.
Companies who are interested in learning more about the activity can visit MetroDemic’s Denver company team building page.