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Pig your brain!

An escape game searching for the pig that doesn’t want to give in!

Use common sense and your team’s talents to find the final pig that doesn’t want to give in. This unique activity combines an escape game with active team challenges. Instead of being locked up inside a room, you will need to explore the entire farm to discover the solution!

“Pig your brain” is a sensational and dynamic game that has been  created especially for our location. As it used to be a pigs farm, we like to keep the memory alive of its previous inhabitants. The pig is the thread throughout this game filled with puzzles, codes and team challenges. It is very varied, playful and the perfect way to strengthen the team spirit.

Number of participants

From 10 up to 40 people

Languages

English

Duration

1,5 hour

Budget indication

€18 per participant Attention: different pricing may apply for small groups. Always use our calculator to calculate the correct price.

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Pig your brain!

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An escape game searching for the pig that doesn’t want to give in!

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