Beat the Box begins with a mysterious video message in which a strange voice challenges the participants to a game. Each team is faced with a metal box. Inside is a series of locked cases each containing a mystery to be unraveled. In the room the clock ticks counting down the minutes.
Teams set about to solve the problems, crack the combinations and unravel the mysteries to advance from one case to the next. And, ultimately they must decipher a code and enter it into an electronic combination lock before the time has elapsed. Can your team Beat the Box?
In Beat the Box teamwork and a collaborative mind-set are imperative for success. Participants combine their different skills for problem solving and developing creative solutions. The pressure is intense and at times teams will doubt that they can be successful, but a cool head, logical approach and self belief will ensure success.
A real test of teamwork. Throughout the course of the activity teams learn to work efficiently and effectively within limited time constraints. Beat the Box is a truly collaborative team exercise as in the final stages of the game teams must cooperate, joining their clues together in order to uncover the correct code.
Beat the Box ignited creativity, strong cooperation and a high level of engagement within our team. Participants were filled with positive adrenaline. It was a perfect way of having fun, but also the activities are valuable learning tools. Highly recommended.
Team building experiential learning games act as a reminder for staff of leading digital connectivity firm that collaboration, out-of-the-box thinking and focus are key to their continued business success.
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