Quest for children’s party or school party
A quest with chalk on the sidewalk? No, that's really not possible anymore. The kids expect you to really try a little bit better than that. Fortunately, we have very affordable ready-made quests, with which you can make the children's eyes twinkle and make them smile from ear to ear. These quests are a mix of interactive Escape puzzles, where you have to solve a mystery. At the same time, you will only find out by doing a quest.
Depending on the age of the children (7-10 years or 4-7 years), you can choose from 2 super fun and challenging quests. Let the kids enjoy!
Below we will briefly describe both games:
Quest - The missing dog (4 - 7 years)
A dog has disappeared from an old woman and the children are asked to find it. At each intersection there is a question or assignment for the children. The outcome determines which way the children should go. And slowly it becomes clear where the dog has gone.
Paw prints, contact with the dog's old owner, comparing dog species, the dog's friend, his favourite toy and food are all topics that come up to find the dog.
Bouncing, the children will walk this quest and of course ensure that the old woman gets her beloved dog back.
Quest - School Burglary (7 - 10 Years)
Oh no, the school has been broken into. Fortunately, many traces of the perpetrator can still be found. The children go in search of the perpetrator during their children's party or during a pleasant afternoon at school.
Kids love this kind of quest with a secret message. And even the spelling of a note from the thief is important to identify the thief in this quest.
The game master is given a route that he/she can set out in his/her own district. With each assignment, the outcome will lead to a direction in which the children have to walk. A great game for a children's party, but of course also for school classes.
With educational and interactive quest assignments
The quests of Playgroupgame.com are more of a mix between Escape assignments, which are processed in a quest. By thinking logically and solving puzzles, the children walk the right route. And importantly, they solve the mystery as they go. The interactive way of sending WhatsApp codes, scanning QR codes and listening to sound fragments make these quests for children super special and challenging.
Running a quest is always fun and exciting, but even more so when every outcome of the investigation determines which way the children have to go next.
Fingerprints, footprints and a message from the school headmaster are just a few of the clues the children have to investigate during this quest.
An ideal way to fill in the end of year party at school, but also to surprise the children at a children's party. No more sitting on their backs, but actively finding the perpetrator of this burglary at school together.
The supervisor walks with the children on this quest. The game is interactive, so the game facilitator/parent must bring their phone.
For only a small price, this is a guarantee for an afternoon full of fun!
What do you get with these quests?
Within 5 minutes after your order and payment, you will receive the quest in your e-mail. We've made it easy for you, because you'll receive:
How much does these quests cost?
The price can be found beneath the order button. It is no price per child, but a total price. And if you can't make a choice? You get 25% off every second game.
Can I get an invoice first and pay later?
Yes, that's possible. In the Checkout screen, choose 'Transfer yourself'. You will receive the game and the bill within a few hours and you can transfer the money yourself.
Does interactive mean the kids must have a phone?
Interactive means that there must indeed be a phone with internet. Of course the children at that age do not have their own phone. It suffices if the adult, who is walking along, has it with him and occasionally shows or hears things. The children themselves therefore do not need a phone.
What is the difference between the two quests?
The quest about the dog is made for children between 4-6 years old. Here we use more images and the puzzles are less difficult.
The quest about the school burglary is for ages 7-10. The children can read and are more likely to make connections between the riddles. They are more like mini-escape puzzles incorporated into a quest. This quest is also more interactive than the one for the little ones.
Does a supervisor have to accompany the children?
Yes, it is useful for each group to have a supervisor accompany you. Of course you want all children to follow the route in the right way and the supervisor can already get the correct results, so that no group gets lost.
Of course it is up to the game master to determine this in the end.
Where can the game be played?
The route is best played in a residential area, but it can also be played in a forest, for example. It is important that there are occasional crossings so that the children have multiple choices of where to go. Each outcome of an assignment leads in a different direction.
Can I play the quest more often?
Once you buy the game, you can play it more often. Once children have completed the quest, they will of course know the quest assignments.
For a school, the quest is super fun to play, because you can have the whole class walk the route in groups.
My child does not like animals, is the quest for young children fun to play?
The quest is about a lost dog. But also for children who do not like animals, it is great fun to play. They have to find the dog by solving fun puzzles, listening carefully to tips and thinking logically.