Our outdoor games, Operation Mindfall and Magic Portal are unique, immersive citywide outdoor games that incorporate the puzzles and code-cracking elements of an escape room, without the confines of a physical room.
Take to the streets of Gibraltar using the latest in augmented reality and geolocation technology to complete your mission and save the world.
Each outdoor game lasts for between 1 and 1.5 hours, we would allow 2 hours for the whole experience, which includes a quick briefing before you get started.
Our outdoor games involve about 2km of walking around the city so please wear comfortable footwear. In Operation Mindfall, at least one person in your team will also need access to a smartphone with access to the internet and a camera – things no undercover agent should be without! Other than that, just your team and a set of working brains!
Our outdoor games will go ahead come rain or shine so we advise that you check the weather forecast beforehand. Please come prepared for all types of weather – remember sun screen and a hat on sunny days.
In instances of severe wind, rain or weather warnings, we may have to cancel your game. Games are not refundable, but if cancelled due to the weather we will contact you to let you know and reschedule your game to another time. If you do not hear from us, then please assume your game is going ahead!
For group events please contact us you can have upto x2 Teams setting off at the same time max players 12 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Our immersive citywide outdoor game incorporates the puzzles and code-cracking elements of an escape room with the latest in augmented reality and geolocation technology, without the confines of a physical room.
Games played along secret routes in the city. Your team gets a GPS map, a mission and off you go! You must find the right places to get the necessary information to solve the puzzles and complete the mission. You will discover hidden symbols and clues in the city that you’ve never noticed before!
Game is available in English & Spanish
This voucher is not refundable & only Valid for one game.
Difficulty level - 4/5
Recommended ages 12+ - Note: Under 14's Must be accompanied by an adult.
The games are played outdoors in Gibraltar.
What you get
A deadly virus, a top-secret research programme and 90 minutes to save the world from losing control of their minds.
Step into the midst of an undercover spy operation. Your team of secret agents have been handed classified information about Spider Tech, the company behind a top-secret research programme that, if successful, will give them the power to control the human mind.
Spider Tech have leaked a dormant but deadly virus into the global water system. In just 90 minutes time they will activate the virus from their secure HQ servers in Gibraltar and gain control of the world.
Under the code name Operation Mindfall, your team must find the anti-virus and destroy Spider Tech’s servers. Pressure from foreign governments is mounting, the clock is ticking and the fate of the world rests in your team’s hands.
Once you arrive for your mission you will be set up with an iPad and action pack. After the safety briefing you will be given your assignment and the clock begins.
Please note that this outdoor game takes you on approximately a 2km walk, so we advise wearing comfortable footwear. At least one person in your team will also need access to a smartphone with access to the internet and a camera – things no undercover agent should be without!
Don’t forget, after 90 minutes it’s game over. You’ll then head back to HQ for a debrief.
How to get there:
You will be able to collect your equipment at, Piranha Designs, Unit 6 Portland House. We are located beside Ocean Village. You can find the location here
How to Redeem
Use the calendar system on our page to book your date and time. Upon arrival bring this voucher with you and they will redeem it there and then.
Choose your options
Group Ticket (2-6 persons)
Unit 6 Portland House
Please note some locations indicated on the map may not be completely accurate and should not be used when planning directions.