My Favorite Hunt Locations

Wednesday, November 19, 2008 by Dave Blum In my last entry, I suggested that a great hunt location is: 1) Relatively flat in terrain 2) Large enough to get lost in 3) Packed with historic signage and public art I would also add that the hunt area should ideally possess the indefinable quality…

New Dr. Clue Scavenger Hunt

Monday, November 17, 2008 by Dave Blum For years I’ve been a treasure hunt vs. scavenge hunt snob.  Until now. Treasure hunts, as you may recall, generally involve the solving of puzzles that lead to hidden, mystery locations.  Scavenger hunts, by contrast, tend to consist of a list of objects…

Getting people on the same page

Thursday, November 13, 2008 by Dave Blum In Patrick Lencioni’s seminal book of team building ideas, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, the author talks about the need for team members to express disagreement openly and to engage, quite frequently, in a passionate debate of ideas. Why is open disagreement…

If it’s Thursday it must be…

Thursday, November 6, 2008 by Dave Blum …Denver, in fact. My task today was to playtest our two Denver treasure hunt locations: 1) Denver Museum of Nature and Science 2) Denver LoDo District Playtesting is pretty different from scouting.  When scouting a new, potential treasure hunt location, I walk every street…