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Spectre Challenge – Save The World! (60–90 min)

The number one enemy of civilisation, the Spectre League, has struck! A lonely briefcase has been left in the building. The twisted mind has given us a chance to solve a series of tricky tasks before the mysterious explosive briefcase can be deactivated. Agent groups are working ferociously to solve the plot of Spectre’s cruel game! Spectre’s challenge requires team action, communication and searching for the strengths of each team member. You can still save the world, but the clock is ticking…

Suitable for 15-250 persons.

Syndicate – An Exciting Mystery Game (20-60 min)

The mysterious syndicate is slowly hoovering the world’s cash to itself. Rumor has it that the money is in underground containers so that one day the syndicate can bring the civilisation to its knees with an unprecedented global currency market failure. Players need to figure out the code and save the world. You only have 20/30/60 minutes! To succeed the teams need to combine the information they receive.

Suitable for 15-120 persons.

Orienteering In Sannäs (90–150 min)

Sannäs orienteering is an exciting team activity where you don’t have to run. The participants look for points with the help of Mini iPads. The tasks may include questions, multiple choice questions, observation tasks, quizzes, memory tasks, visual or sound riddles, etc. Participants can follow the real-time score. Instead of speed, thorough performance is rewarded. The tasks can be connected to the customer’s agenda for the day or details related to the company’s history, and the customer logo can also be displayed on the screen.

Suitable for 15–200 persons, recommendation 5 persons/team.

The Secret Army Rehearses Again (90–120 min)

This army-inspired team competition requires a good sense of humour and team spirit! The trainers of the famous Secret Army put to the test the teams’ communication and reasoning skills, ability to react, and precision, as well as brutal hand-to-hand combat preparedness. The activity can include, among other things,

  • Shooting – teams of 5 people fire laser weapons into flying pucks or reversing targets. Guns don’t kick and firing sounds echo from the speakers on the scoreboard.
  • Bomb demolition – the teams deactivate the briefcase bomb by performing five different tasks in the right order.
  • Self-defense – a ‘brutal’ combat master with a black belt bender reveals the secrets of hand-to-hand combat, and participants have a chance to experience some efficient gripping techniques…
  • Knife tossing – precision throwing with real throwing knives, might appear easy at a first glance…
  • Skills testing – throwing exercise with stick grenades, catapult shooting, flag communication.

Suitable for 15–75 persons.

Manor Olympics (90–150 min)

The Olympics don’t need to mean gritting one’s teeth, instead it can be a relaxed, and fun event. The points include activities such as safe and modern laser shooting, velcro ball golf, Brain Teasers game and Bigfoot team skiing race/march with 2-metre giant stilts.

Suitable for 15–200 persons.

Escape Race (120–150 min)

The Escape Race is a thrilling mix of logical reasoning of an escape room, action of Fort Boyard, and the exploration of Amazing Race. During the race the teams perform tasks, solve codes and face challenges requiring joint efforts and communication. Before starting the race, the teams hold a tactical meeting to weigh the strengths of the team members and make a plan.

Suitable for 30–200 persons.

Formula Downhill Basic (90–150 min)

Put on your coloured overalls and your rally helmets and let’s go! The Formula Downhill is a car bodywork building and downhill race for hill cars. Each team is working on the equipment of a basic version of a soapbox: metal, wheels, cardboard and so on. The aim is to build a cool ride! After the car show the race day culminates in the soapbox race.

Suitable for 20–100 persons (max. 16 teams, recommended 5 people / team)

Formula Downhill Event (90–150 min)

More extensive race experience than Formula Downhill Basic. The teams get their own pit tents, the event is hosted by a race host, background music completes the experience plus there is a tyre change competition and reaction testing.

Suitable for 20–100 persons (max. 16 teams, recommended 5 people / team)

Polar Games (90–120 min)

Based on traditional winter sports, Polar Games is a fun and brisk outdoor team activity, where you roll a colourful giant ball on the obstacle and mission tracks, shoot snowballs with a giant catapult at the target, ski as a team with long plank skis and test your memory. Dress according to weather. Possibility to book a backup program indoors for extra cost.

Suitable for 15-60 persons.