Welcome to our game
The Great Seattle Arts Adventure is all-ages scavenger hunt style adventure game for teams to engage in activities related to arts and arts organizations in the Seattle area. Teams join the game via a mobile app to complete missions for points. New missions will be released throughout the game. Teams earn points by answering trivia questions or by completing activities and submitting photos or videos. The missions are intended to be done at home or within a participant’s neighborhood boundaries to adhere to local stay at home regulations. Whether you’re an arts lover in the Seattle area, in Washington State or beyond, you’ll be able to enjoy and learn something new in this game. Teams may join the game at any point, and anyone can play. Seattle Shakespeare Company is hosting the game on behalf of other participating arts organization and utilizes the Goose Chase platform to host the game.
Search for “GooseChase” on the App Store or Google Play or use the link buttons below.
How to play
- Download the GooseChase app onto your mobile device. The app is free and available in Apple App Store or Google Play.
- Create an account or log in as a guest. Only one account is needed per team. A team can be an individual or a group of people (see Teams section)
- Enter the game code GZ6WLL or search for “The Great Seattle Arts Adventure” in the app.
- Be sure to allow notifications so you’ll know when new mission are released
- Select or create your team. (see Teams section)
- Missions will be released throughout the game starting Oct. 5 at 8AM.
- Complete missions to earn points.
- View everyone’s entries on the activity feed and share your accomplishments on social media.
- Have fun!
Points, Prizes and Raffles
Each completed mission is worth 1 point. After a team completes 5 missions, they earn The Great Seattle Arts Adventure magnet, and 1 entry into the grand raffle at the end of the game. Each additional 5 points earned results in an additional team entry into the grand raffle.
The Grand Raffle Prize is a collection of Seattle area arts experiences and items contributed by the participating organizations.
Various arts organizations from all over the Greater Seattle area got together to create fun missions in the game. Check out who’s involved in the game and give support!
Want to play as a team?
Playing on a team is a great way to connect with friends whom you may not see all that often or is a way for a family to have a fun shared activity. Multiple mobile devices can join the game together under one team profile and all players on a team work together to complete the same mission list! When a player completes a mission, that mission is marked complete for their whole team. Since only one player from each team can complete any individual mission, all teams have a fair chance to win – even if they contain a different number of players.
- After downloading the app and joining the game, players will be prompted to enter a team name, and an optional photo and access code when they enter the game (you can edit this later.)
- When a participant chooses to create a team, an access code is auto-filled for the user or team organizer (this is done to prevent other participants from unintentionally joining the wrong team).
- To invite others to join your team, simply send them the access code generated for your team.
- There isn’t a limit on the number of users that can join a team, we recommend teams of 3 – 5 players, to keep all players engaged during the entire game. A team can also consist of one individual player.
- The Activity Feed and Leader board in the app will display submissions and rankings for each team so that you can see how other teams are doing in comparison to your team.
Sharing on Social media
From within the GooseChase mobile app, a participant can choose to share their photo and video submissions on social media. Should a participant choose to share, a link to the submission is shared, the mission name, and the hashtag specified in the game.
Click below to view the instructions for sharing accomplished missions on social media.