We conducted a total of 3 games. They were poolball goli, giant pick up sticks, and giant jenga. Each person who registered was entitled to a game passport which has the map of the building so that participants could find their way to the next location for the games. How do you know if you’ve completed all 3 games? You have to play them all, get the game passport stamped and signed by the facilitators.
Over the course of 3 days, quite a number of people stopped by each station during lunch hour. Some came as a pair, while others came in a group. It didn’t matter whether they wore a suit or a dress to work that day! Most of them were spontaneous enough to play these games the moment they saw it being displayed. Nothing could stop them, not even the sun that shone directly at them.
Games such as the giant pick up sticks would have brought back sweet childhood memories; everyone could agree to that. The best part was improvising the poolball game that was meant to be played similar to the goli game. Instead of goli, you have a soccer ball to throw around. The participants had a blast, laughing at their colleagues whenever they missed a goal that was so close. On the other hand, you could see the transformation of the jenga game. It started off as the colourful stack of blocks found in your toy stores to wooden ones, and now we have the giant version of it made of Styrofoam.
We engaged famous radio DJ Jean Danker to host the finale of the event. The winners of the lucky draw received an iPad, travel vouchers, and other exciting gifts. For the first 150 participants who managed to finish all 3 stations got a chance to redeem a $20 Starbucks gift card too!