Loquiz Blog

Loquiz is a mobile game platform that enables creating indoor and outdoor adventure games, photo and scavenger hunts. Games are built online and played on smart devices. It helps event professionals, team building trainers and outdoor adventure companies to create engaging games for their clients with less workload. Core purpose is to get people to interact with each other and surroundings. Tech is not the cause but rather a tool to make through gamification engagement with event more fun. Better games, less work!

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Android KitKat support

Currently, Loquiz is supporting Android down to version 4.4 (KitKat). From the 01.09.2019 the support will be discontinued. After that, the oldest version Loquiz supports […]

5 things that will change to worse when using Loquiz

When implementing software platform, you will face some additional tasks as well. Here are 5 impacts which are most frequently mentioned by Loquiz users. 1. […]

10 things that change to better when using Loquiz

Here are 10 things that will change to better when you start using Loquiz. All scientific and proven facts. 1. You will use less instructors […]

Ideas and resources for task audio background

Now you can set audio to play for the task background. How to apply? When creating the task, under Media tab create new Audio. Upload […]

Task background sound

New feature – task background sound allows you to add any background sound to any task. It will play automagically when task opens and you […]

5 digital treasure hunt game ideas for eventprofs to be one step ahead

Coming up with original ideas in the event industry is a constant race. Both clients and competitors push eventprofs to invent and innovate. For every […]

Zuiderzee museum game by Helder events- a case study

Helder Events has been running an awesome indoor game targeted at private customers in Zuiderzee museum in the Netherlands. I interviewed an eventprof Suzan Romar […]

How to create detective mystery games?

Spy and detective murder mystery games have been around for ages. Think for an instance about the first successful educational game “Where is Carmen Sandiego?” […]

Brain Pill to make you smarter

I have two daughters. Ten and twelve years old. Sometimes we discuss school, sometimes classes and sometimes the overall purpose of being in school. Lately […]

Two new question settings to keep tasks in the game

Two useful task settings are now available to keep tasks in the game and pins on the map. You can find them when creating a […]

Professional or unprofessional?

We claim that Loquiz is intended for event professionals. What makes it so good for “professionals” and why are we not promoting it for a […]

A couple of improvements

Some subtle and useful changes have happened in February. +Firstly, questions are now called tasks in Loquiz PRO. Functionality is still the same. Currently, there […]

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