The most adventurous game in Amsterdam
City Challenge offers exciting challenges on unique locations. It’s one of the most fun and active things you can do in the city center. The challenges combine the real (public squares, streets and statues) with the virtual world (iPad guided mission) and make use of different techniques like GPS, object recognition, virtual reality video’s and augmented reality. You decide how many challenges you play, but the more you play the more points you’ll receive.
Lost in 360
Two friends lost their third travel companion and are about to mis their flight. Luckily he is uploading 360 degrees videos on the go. Find him by connecting the videos to the buildings around the square.
High stakes board-game
You’re caught up in a high stakes scrabble game with a very high roller. You need to create a word with letters hidden in shop names in the busiest shopping street of the Netherlands. Find the correct letters and create the right word on time. But hurry, your life is on stake.
A character of Rembrand’s famous ‘Night Watch’ has committed a murder. It’s up to you to point out the murderer. Collect clues by playing a real-world version of PacMan. Don’t get caught or you’ll lose the hint.
One of the runners of an Amsterdam drug cartel got arrested. The police suspects they found photos of potential stash houses in his possession. You need to connect the photos to the house numbers of Amsterdam’s most beautiful canal houses.
A bomb is threatening Hollands most valuable cultural heritage. You need to find clues hidden in street signs around the square. Use the Augmented Reality scanner, figure out the correct wires to cut and disarm the bomb.
Your task is to reunite a love couple that got disrupted by an unexpected phone call. Are you able to remember all the details of their first date to reunite this love couple?
The control panel of the railroad network has been hacked and 2 trains are about to crash. You need to reset the system by entering a code that is hidden in the departure schedules of the Amsterdam central train station. Are you on time to prevent a train collision?