In the previous article about creating good questions, we discussed how to think out awesome location based questions. These are great to enhance engagement to the surroundings and make players notice and think about the place they are present. But the second post is about an important topic- interaction with other people.
In today’s technologically advanced environment it is refreshing to enable people to participate in an activity that encourages a face to face meeting and cooperation. So, whenever you can try, focus on creating games played as a team. Of course, you can create games for the individual play but magic happens and the competition begins when people play in groups. The game works well also as an icebreaker and information exchange igniter in networking events.