Let’s see if you know these places, have fun and a little trip down memory lane.
You start by selecting all the places you have been to already (cities, districts, monuments, etc.) Then you will be shown a series of pictures both from places you have been to and from other famous sites. You have to recognize the place by clues in the pictures. If you play again, you will not get the same images of the same location.
A game you can play by yourself anytime anywhere.
An app is running in the background. At random times during your active hours, it will alert you with a prompt to guess the time. You input the time you think it is, and it will show you how accurate you are. The more you play, the better you’ll get, and you can see your progress in the app.
Kids at certain ages are often hesitant (or lazy) to make play dates with their friends. It’s easier for them to either play with their phone or computer or nag their parents.
A playdate scheduling app that lets kids and parents invite others and find out which of their friends is free at what dates.
As a fun game, teaching and marketing device.
Start with the first page. Explain how the game works and give the first lesson. At the end of the lesson give a clue as to what to search for on the site, based on what you have just taught.
They might need to use the sites search (if the found out what to search for), or complete an address (URL) to find the next step. Give small bonuses or prizes on each phase to encourage them.
Anyone (or just the first one) who completes the whole hunt gets a big prize.
The clue to the next step is always based on the last page, and the lessons learned so far.
To engage the visitor and on the way offer him opportunities to buy, and make sure they have fun and leave with good memories. The last impression before they leave is the most important, so this will help them remember you fondly.
When he enters the store, give him a small card with a good headline selling the first step, something like “You already have a surprise waiting for you. Just find our blue shelf.” There he’ll find the next step, maybe “The surprise is in our best selling book. You have two tries to find it. It’s on this shelf.” Inside the book there is a coupon and further teaser instructions (like: “If you want more on this subject, we have another surprise, go to our games section and look for the clue.”) Don’t only use coupons and discounts, do a raffle, give them a chance to pre-order something, just give them a small gift etc. also tell them they can ask for help from your staff.