Totally radical, dude! Take a trip in the Wayback machine to the days of big hair, mullets, and Members-Only jackets with Virtually Awesome ’80s! – a righteous way to take a break from your virtual meetings with a stroll down totally tubular memory lane.
With state of the art gaming and our engaging and interactive professional hosts, your group will experience a full participant, full engagement, interactive game show. All participants play throughout the game on their apple or android device. With a mix of multiple-choice, true/false, and fill in the blank trivia questions, the faster participants respond correctly, the more points they earn!
Our interactive host will welcome the group, introduce the game, categories, and scoring. Players will choose a name that will appear on the scoreboard and the main screen when they are the fastest to respond. Then players compete in rounds of trivia questions about all things ’80s to earn as many points as possible!
Players will be tasked to answer trivia questions in clutch ‘80 themed categories, including movies, TV, sports, celebrities, politics, science, and of course, music! Using art, photos, and video and song clips, teams will have to identify the correct answer to the questions and beat others to the punch. As the rounds continue, the scoring increases and no lead is safe – so as the pressure rises players must take a chill pill and not let their opponents psych them out!
In this rad battle, participants’ knowledge of the iconic ‘80s will be tested. As participants attempt to be quickest, we encourage the “excuse exchanges” that are inevitable. This fun banter between players builds upon the game show feel and adds to the team camaraderie. Your group can grab their parachute pants, skinny ties, and wrap around glasses and enjoy the awesome 80s! Ask About Awesome 70s, 90, or 21st Century – we got them covered too!
Short on Time? This program also comes in a 30-minute virtual version for live meeting breaks. All participants play the game on their Apple or Android device (no app to download, participants play through a website), individually or in groups sharing a device.