How to organize a game
Creating and running a GooseChase scavenger hunt is easy. And fun! Follow these five simple steps to build your first game. Then go build a bunch more!
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Create your game
Sign up for a free account and start building. Give your game a name, picture and description to mark it as yours. Choosing a unique and memorable name makes it easier for your participants to join.
Don’t want to do it alone? You don’t have to! Add co-managers to your game to collaborate on mission ideas and more. A gaggle of geese is better than one, as they say.
Choose your missions
Each GooseChase game is a collection of missions for participants to complete and earn points. You can grab missions from our bank of 100+ pre-built missions or design your own. Use the Game Script to automate when missions appear and disappear throughout the game.
Mission types include photos, videos, GPS check-ins, or text-based questions and riddles and can be created in seconds. Include a name, short description, point value and an optional link or photo for each and you’re good to go.
Add custom branding
For any game, add a custom "splash screen" for participants to see when first joining the game. This splash screen is a full-screen image used to highlight your brand or sponsors and let your participants know they’re in the right place.
Within each mission, you have the option to include a link or a photo for extra context, brand awareness, or sponsorship promotion. 🌟
When your GooseChase is in flight, you can be as hands on or hands off as you want. Don’t have time to monitor the activity? Great, the game is built to run seamlessly without any intervention from you. Sit back, relax, and wait to find out who wins.
Want to control all the fun? With real-time activity feeds and rankings, you can adjust scores on the fly, award bonus points, or delete and add missions. You have the power, if you’re ready to accept it.
Track, analyze & save submissions
The game has been played. Feathers have flown. Now it’s time to announce the top Goose. With an automatically updated leaderboard, determining the winner is easy. Use the dashboard to further analyze your game stats and then download all of the submissions with the click of a button.
To build on the excitement of the game, put together a slideshow of all the submissions to share with your participants.
Try it now for free
Build and run a game today. Create as many missions as you can muster, invite up to 3 teams, and see how easy GooseChase is to use, by easily using it.
Use our starter game as a jumping off point to create your own. With mission examples and fun ideas, you’ll be a GooseMaster in no time.