The Adelaide Fringe Festival has just levelled up, with the addition of GooseChase; an interactive scavenger hunt game set to run the duration of the festival. Think the 2016 movie Nerve meets Pokémon GO - GooseChase is sure to appeal to all ages, and will showcase the best of the Fringe Festival and South Australia.
In true scavenger hunt style, GooseChase includes numerous activities for teams (or individuals) to complete, and clues to solve - winning points as you go. All missions are completed on your smartphone either virtually, or physically. You can increase your lead by seeing shows and visiting venues too.
Adelaide Fringe Director and CEO Heather Croall says: “Game on, Adelaide! The Fringe’s GooseChase is challenging the festival-goers with a massive scavenger hunt taking them to Fringe Venues and South Australian landmarks across the state”.
Many exciting prizes are to be won, but the major prize will be a trip for two to the world renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August thanks to Qatar Airways. The winner is to be announced at Adelaide Fringe Headquarters, Wednesday, March 22, at 10:30am.
How To Play?
1. Download the free GooseChase app from the App Store or Google Play
2. Create and account
3. Join the ‘Adelaide Fringe 2017’ game
4. Start first mission
Entries close on Sunday, March 19.
For more information visit their website here!
Thumbnail image via Adelaide Fringe Official Website.
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