If you’re looking for something fun to do downtown, grab your friends for a game of MetroDemic in one of these great towns.
Our downtown Los Angeles course takes you through Bunker Hill and the heart of the business district. Just aim for the tallest buildings in Los Angeles, and you’ve found the course! Interesting sites on this course include Pershing Square, the Biltmore Hotel, Angel’s Knoll, the Morgan Adams Jr. Sculpture Garden, and the Los Angeles Central Library.
San Diego is a treasure trove of interesting history and unique sites. We built this MetroDemic course on the northern end of Gas Lamp District, where there is still plenty of color but you can avoid the crowds from the convention center. San Diego landmarks on this course include the Balboa Theatre, Wyatt Earp’s Historic Hotel, The Keating hotel, and the Gas Lamp District.
Discover an urban oasis as you play in and around Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco. On our San Francisco course, you’ll explore interesting sites around the Moscone Convention Center, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Children’s Creativity Museum, Jessie Square, and Market Street.
Downtown San Jose is a fantastic place to explore and have fun on a beautiful afternoon. You’ll be fighting super viruses in the area around the Civic, the San Jose Museum of Art, the Tech Museum, and the Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph.
Get ready for some mile high mayhem as you take on the epidemic in downtown Denver. Our Denver course explores the area between the 16th Street Mall and Larimer Square in LoDo.
The area just north of downtown Dallas is known as the Dallas Arts District. We’ve laid out a beautiful game course that explores Klyde Warren Park, the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the Dallas Museum of Art, and other interesting sites in this fun area of town.
Cow Town is alive and well… at least for now! If you’re looking for a fun way to explore Fort Worth we built our game course so you can see the tallest buildings in downtown, Sundance Square, and historic Main Street.
Who says that there isn’t anything fun to do on Seattle’s Eastside? Bellevue has created a beautiful downtown area in recent years that we plan to fully exploit with a MetroDemic course! We’re taking you right into business central where you’ll swap bodily fluids with the fine employees of Microsoft, Expedia, Concur, Symetra, Paccar, and Eddie Bauer.
The Emerald City is a snotty green mess! Head to Seattle’s International District and explore Hing Hay Park, the Chinatown bus station, Donnie Chin International Children’s Park, Uwajamiya, and some of the most delicious restaurants and bakeries in the city!