Two young adventurers, Ali and Millie, encounter some small creatures called Sniggles living in the forest. Even though the Sniggles have lived in the forest for a long time, they have only recently decided to make themselves known. Together with the four Sniggles – Flurp, Terrac, Aero and Widdle – Ali and Millie head off for an adventure around the Snigforest.
Now, kids can go on their own adventure with the Sniggles too at Forest Adventure’s latest attraction – Snigglehunt, from 6 April 2014.
Snigglehunt is a digital quest game for children between the ages of four and 15. The game starts at the Forest Adventure reception counter where each player receives a Snigtag – a bracelet with an embedded chip. By tapping the Snigtag on a game board, the player will receive their instructions for their quest. They will then need to head into the Snigforest to locate the correct clue boxes in order to complete their mission.
Clue boxes are located under Forest Adventure’s tree top course. Complete the mission in the quickest time to chalk up the highest score.
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This is Singapore’s first outdoor interactive quest game. With game equipment imported from the United Kingdom, the game combines a scavenger hunt with the outdoors, making it a unique experience.
Jonathan Plache, CEO of Veqtor and the creator of the game, was in Singapore to oversee the installation of the Snigglehunt game at Forest Adventure. He shared that the Snigglehunt game was first deployed at Jellystone Park, Maryland, US, three years ago and has since been installed in the UK, Denmark and the Middle East. In Singapore, they have worked with Forest Adventure to customise the game’s storyline to our local context and the outdoor environment.
There are currently eight missions for players to choose from. These are graded according to difficulty and Forest Adventure will be introducing new missions regularly.
Location: Forest Adventure, Bedok Reservoir Park
Price: $15 for 2 missions; $5 for each additional mission
Kids Course + Snigglehunt – $43
Grand Course + Snigglehunt – $52
** Launching on Sunday, 6 April 2014 **