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July 9th, 2011

Imagine you have a new group of interns and you want them scouting a new location for your next store in San Francisco. You’d like to do some team building to warm them up to the task. You can build an app for that! With The Go Game App, you can create a custom location-based iPhone app.

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Nov 6th, 2007

The Go Game designed a custom game using the iPAQ device and new location software known as mScape. CNET played and produced this video!

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Mar 30, 2009

Our Giving Back Go Game that we ran for the USC School of Social Work wrote a lovely article about us in their newsletter.

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Jan 15, 2008

The Go Game's full-service team building juggernaut has left literally hundreds of happy event planners and managers in its wake. Says Zarick, "The Go Game's off-the-shelf games are really worth every penny."

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April 16, 2007

CALL it the business conference bonbon, the afternoon activity in which colleagues bond, polish their team skills and kill a couple of hours after the day’s heavy-duty meetings. For years, golf ruled, but golf is so 20th century. How about sending people on a treasure hunt instead?

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April 15, 2008

“We’ve done games for North Bay companies,” says Fraser. “But also, the North Bay is a big destination spot. Many companies will bring their global sales force or management team to Wine Country as a reward or for a conference, and they’ll want to add a team building element to the week.

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From the creators of the highly popular "The Go Game" comes "The Spy Game," an exercise in collaboration and corporate intrigue. This is not a video game or any kind of handheld experience; rather, it's a company-run series of "games" that will help a company's employees bond together in the processing of solving mysteries, beating deadlines, and otherwise emulating spies.

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none The Go Game was featured on the front page of the Calgary Herald. They followed a wildly fun game played by Cognera Corp in downtown Calgary. Kate Joslyn, president of Cognera, says the growing popularity of games such as The Go Game are reflective of the trend towards companies using more "value-added" activities in their efforts to attract and retain the best and brightest.

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CBS News CBS News covered The Go Game as part of the first annual Come Out and Play Festival in NYC. Check out the video!

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CNET

April 20, 2006


If you and your co-workers find yourselves in a high-stakes caper straight out of a James Bond movie, there's a pretty good chance you're playing "The Spy Game."

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SF WeeklyFeb 13, 2003

 

 

Bernice Yeung, staff writer from the SF Weekly waxes eloquent on her experience playing The Go Game in North Beach.

 

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Feb 17, 2003


"San Francisco's North Beach has a long history of eccentric street culture, but if you find yourself in the neighborhood this Saturday, you are likely to witness a new twist: small groups of people clustering together to read text off of cell-phone screens, then embarking on some kind of oddball group activity—retrieving a suitcase that's been hidden atop a tree, persuading strangers to try on insane outfits—and then huddling together again to peer at their cell phones. This strange behavior is part of something called the Go Game, the creation of a company called Wink Back, Inc."

 

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May 2, 2002

Probably the best article written about us "The Scavenger Hunt of The Future"

 

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March 15, 2002

The article that put us on the map.

"The half-day affair involves digital cameras with video functions, cellular phones with text messaging capability, a climactic slide-show party and wacky prizes for the victors. The game draws tech workers, teachers, students, investment bankers and assorted derring-doers alike."

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