Seattle is being ravaged by a nasty epidemic that only your small team can stop! In this outdoor game, you’ll have 90-minutes to save as many souls as possible armed only with your wits and your smartphones.
$35.00 per team
- Start anytime
- 90 minute game
- Play on any smart phone
- Up to 4 people per team
Save the City!
Our (virtual) bumbling scientists are standing by with a map of outbreaks that are ravaging Seattle’s International District. With that map loaded to your smartphone, your team will hustle on foot to a variety of outbreak sites within a 3-block radius of Hing Hay Park in Seattle.
At each outbreak site, your team will have to dig deep into your memories (or the search engine on your smartphone) to answer bizarre challenge questions on topics like blood rain, cannibalistic tendencies, medieval medicine, long tongues, animals that are faster than you, booty calls, secret societies, backfiring toilets, and mustache identification.
Get a question right and you save lives. Get it wrong… and people die. Pay attention as the story unfolds and the epidemic takes on a life of its own.
Head downtown today to explore the city, play a fun game, get some exercise, and save thousands of innocent souls from a deadly disease!!!
This game gave me diphtheria from all the walking.”
Fun to do with the kids!”
Fun times! Would recommend this for a larger group that split up into different teams and challenged each other to see who could save more souls.”
It was very well done. Great job.”
It was fun to run all around the city playing trivia games.”
Had a great time! I liked having to move around in space to answer the trivia questions.”
This was awesome!!”
I am so sweaty.”
I thought the event was great. It definitely helped me to get to know people that I don’t work closely with.”
About Our Seattle Course
We designed MetroDemic for people looking for something unique to do this weekend around the Puget Sound area.
The game starts and finishes near Hing Hay Park in Seattle’s International District. You’ll be fighting off super viruses in the vicinity of the Chinatown bus station, Donnie Chin International Children’s Park, Uwajamiya, and some of the most delicious restaurants and bakeries in the city! Lucky for you, we you can pause the game twice to stop for snacks.
All of the outbreaks for this course are located within walking distance of each other in Seattle within the following street boundaries (approximate):
S. Jackson St / 7th Ave S. / S. Lane Street / 5th Ave S.
The game is a physical activity and requires 90 minutes of walking, seeking, and standing.