We are all familiar by now with a very successful game, not only played with friends but also as corporate team building: Escape Room. Rescue Team Team Building takes the best of Escape Room and applies it on a larger scale! What are the advantages of bringing a game of logic and puzzles into the open spaces of a city?
A mission to accomplish, a criminal to stop, a limited amount of time: the participants of the Team Building Rescue Team must do nothing less than save humanity! The mission can take place in the streets of Dubai or other cities, with a strong interaction with places and inhabitants. But, on request, we can also realise the activity in the company spaces, where the participants will play with places that they know well or yet need to be known.
In any case, Rescue Team participants will face challenges of logic and creativity. The puzzles are often mechanisms to be disassembled, reassembled or constructed. Teams have to set in motion not only their brains but also their hands with dynamic and concrete activities of great emotional impact!
But Rescue Team is not only a ‘Mission Impossible’ to be accomplished. It is also an exciting race against time! We will give participating teams a limited time (usually 2 or 3 hours) within which they must solve all the puzzles and get to the finish line. If successful, the mission is considered accomplished. If not… woe betide us: humanity has not been saved in time and our planet is about to face terrible times!
Looking back at Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, the fourth part of the series on its 10th anniversary, we know that the film saw Tom Cruise’s character climb the towering Burj Khalifa. Participants will have to identify with the character played by Tom Cruise and experience a very similar mission.
Just like the characters in the movie, the participants of our Rescue Team Mission Impossible will have to elude government assassins by penetrating CIA archives. They’ll have to reconstruct and solve the riddles in order to continue their mission and get to the final line first.
Just like this event in Dubai, in Italy we have already experimented with this format on several occasions and cities. One, in particular, is dedicated to the Renaissance genius of Leonardo Da Vinci and the mysteries of the ‘Da Vinci Code’ written by Dan Brown.
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Each mission has a particular story that we tell participants during the introduction. It is usually related to the location of the event. Here are some examples of our most successful formats that we’ve done in Italy:
One of Italy’s most interesting and atmospheric destinations; a city evocative of the past, considered throughout the world as the birthplace of the Renaissance. It’s the cradle of architecture and art, with its historic centre full of breathtakingly beautiful Renaissance churches, monuments and palaces.
Rome… wandering through its streets is like travelling back in time among ancient Roman vestiges. Monuments, beautiful squares, fountains and little fountains refresh the air along with the typical Roman breeze, gardens, villas and churches of all sizes where one discovers beautiful paintings, statues and altars every time. In the Eternal City, every visit is a surprise.
Considered by many to be the most beautiful city in the world An incredible city, made up of a collection of 118 islands joined by more than 400 bridges and separated by the many canals that serve as roads, travelled by boats and gondolas. Venice is a fascinating city for the many art treasures it holds: such as churches, palaces, museums and bridges.