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Any group of 6+ people. FrogQuest is a time-limited competition, so we’d need to be able to divide you up into at least 2 teams.

FrogQuest is perfect for Corporate Team Building, Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties, Birthday Parties (of all ages), Youth Groups (church groups, sports teams etc), Charity, Fund Raisers, Family Reunions and really any group trying to have some fun!

You'll help us divide your group into teams. When the hunt starts, the same list of photo quests is revealed (in its entirety) to all teams simultaneously via our mobile app. Teams work together to complete as many quests as they can (in any order they choose) before time's up. They'll be exploring their environment, searching for various props to help them setup silly, contrived (often ridiculous) situations then submitting photo evidence to our judges as proof. Impressing our judges may earn them bonus points. In the end, everyone returns to watch a curated photo slideshow together, which is at least 50% of the fun. Team with the most points wins!

You tell us. We work around your schedule and since each hunt is crafted to your needs, we start when you say GO!

Ultimately, you choose where! But...

Our COVID friendly virtual hunts are done via zoom, so participants play within the comfort (and safety) of their own homes.

Once the world allows it again, our in-person hunts can be done pretty much anywhere. We’ve done them in malls, on corporate and college campuses, and even within the boundaries of a farm. But we think the most fun places are within busy, bustling metropolitan centers with lots of shops, people, bars, statues, etc.

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Yes, you should...but no you don’t have to.

There are several benefits to dressing up though. First, teams that dress together have more fun together. Seriously! People around you will see your group and become naturally curious, and they'll want to become part of the fun. This is helpful when your quests require getting strangers involved, earning you more points. Also, as part of a larger group, each individual is more likely to feel comfortable stepping outside their comfort zone because there's a natural safety in numbers. Standing out as a group gives everyone license to loosen up that little extra bit that makes a difference, bringing the entire team together in really fun, cool ways. And finally, the photos you take will all look way better in the end and will probably earn more bonus points as well.

Yes, our experience is driven by our proprietary FrogQuest Mobile App).

The trade-off for having fewer, larger teams is cost since fewer teams are cheaper. But here are a few reasons to consider smaller teams...

  • FrogQuest is a competition. The more teams there are, the more competitive and dynamic the overall energy of the event will be.
  • Smaller teams are more agile and generally complete more quests overall, meaning more photos and a more interesting slideshow in the end.
  • More photos means more stories to go along with how each quest was completed, giving your group fodder to bond and laugh over.

Sometimes! Prizes are not our focus nor should they be yours. Our focus is to provide you with a fun and memorable social experience, which is reward in itself. But many of our clients do provide prizes to the winning team.

Yes! Each registered player will be able to download event photos starting the day after your event. You do this by logging into the website and clicking the 'Past Events' tab.

There are essentially three types of quests.

  • Those that involve your entire team...
    Example: entire team in front of a sign that is intentionally or unintentionally funny.
  • Those that involve teammates...
    Example: completely mummify a teammate in toilet paper.
  • Those that involve strangers...
    Example: entire team involved in a mock robbery of a stranger using the ATM

No problem! Each team member should participate to the greatest extent possible, but there's no pressure to push themselves beyond their physical abilities. If they need to quit early, no problem...the rest of the team can continue without them. If they need to opt out of a specific physical challenge...no problem. We'd recommend adding a note to your submission to let our judges know what's happening if the challenge required the 'entire team'.

Hard to say exactly because it depends on many variables such as how efficient the team works together, the location, the list, the list order, etc. But probably somewhere between 1-3 miles.

Our virtual, zoom driven hunts are done at home…so distance covered would be much less.

Our events run rain or shine, though we’re always happy to reschedule for any reason with minimum 24 hours notice.

Note: Any non-refundable costs incurred on your behalf associated with air-travel, processing fees, deposits etc. may be lost when rescheduling.

Always happy to answer any question you have. Just email

Bring a phone charger: You'll be making good use of your phones while playing the game, which tends to drain the battery. So, we recommend starting with a full charge and bring a charge cable to recharge afterwards.

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