The story behind it
Wabar, the desert town, has been the content of myths and legends for generations. They say it exsisted in Rub Al Khali – an empty village which was destroyed by a natural disaster. The hints about this come from the diary of the Orient traveller and author Wilfred Thesiger.
For months, your team has been looking for the village Rub Al Khali. Now, the secret service brought you there. 33 pieces of information are hidden here. All of them together can solve the secret of Wabar.
But in the 3D simulation, each team member relies on themselves. Will you manage to orientate yourselves and find a solution together through the online chat? The time is ticking – and in competition against the other teams, the excitement grows…
Who goes in which direction? Which clues have already been decoded? The orientation between sand, stones and ruines in 3D is not difficult. The green elements in the 3D simulation are helpful: palm leaves, colourful doors etc. can be targeted. Often, there is a clue waiting close by…
Short and entertaining
After another day in the office, diving into another world, browsing, collecting clues and aligning them in a team – Wabar is an entertaining beginning to a company party or a team event. With only 30 minutes, it is also appropriate to loosen up longer online meetings.
Consultation through Chat or Teams
Communication is the most important thing for trust when working together in a team. Wabar supports this realisation, as the colleagues have to independently orientate themselves in the simulation – and still have to work towards a big whole.
Hardly any preparation necessary!
You don’t need to install any software. The orientation is simple and the task is explained quickly. A BITOU team trainer accompanies your team through the team event and is always reachable via chat or by telephone. In this way, you have hardly anything to prepare and can just begin. Do you have any questions? We will happily clear them up beforehand!