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Adventure game that leads you to the most important sights in the Old Town.

The Old Town Adventure is primarily appropriate for introducing the city to foreign visitors. This is a competitive adventure that takes players to most popular sights. The participants visit the castle of Toompea, the town wall, the tower of Paks Margareta (Fat Margaret), as well as many other historical sites during the game.

How to play?

First, the participants are divided into small groups (3-5 persons in each team). The goal is to find answers to the Old Town related questions. Each team gets an electronic device that leads them around on the streets. The questions pop up automatically when the group reaches the question point. Team members need to work together and be attentive in order to find the right answer from the multiple choice selection.

Each team makes their own game strategy. Different places give different amount of points.  The aim is to collect as many points as possible during the game. Points are collected when the answer is right.
There are tax zones in the city where you have to pay tax to the government as a part of the game. They are marked with minus sign on the field. These points need to be avoided; otherwise you lose your points from total score. This needs to be considered when planning the strategy.
Adventure start and finish can be chosen anywhere in the city or finish in the restaurant where the dinner is planned.
NB! The game can be personalised by your own questions. This needs to be done before hand and by somebody who does not participate.

Location: The game usually begins at the Town Hall Square beneath the clock (in Tallinn Old Town), but the starting point could be anywhere in the Old Town.
It can be also played in Tartu, Rakvere, Narva and Kuressaare.
Season: The event can be organised all year-round as well as done in the dark at night. The LED head lamp and a reflector to each participant are provided. The raincoats are given in case of rain.
Group sizes: This adventure is suitable for groups of 10 to 700  people.
Duration: The game lasts about 2 hours.
Language: The game can be played in Estonian, Finnish, English, Russian, German and Norwegian (Also Latvian, Lithuanian and Polish languages are available with English instructions)
Equipment:  All equipment needed for the game will be provided. In case of rain raincoats will be provided. The best team will be awarded (Sparkling wine or box of candies)