A fast-paced team strategy and decision-making game

Diamonds (powered by, is an extremely engaging and fast-paced team strategy game, which places focus on important team processes like: selecting and prioritizing important information, making decisions based on insufficient data, communicating and creating test scenarios in order to validate hypotheses.

Teams must choose their actions carefully, in order to maximize their gain while searching a 15 by 15 tile area for… diamonds!

Key learning points

Game Context

Can your team function efficiently and find all the mines?

Survival Games

Do you have what it takes to survive in extreme conditions? How about your team?

Discover all these answers (and more) while enjoying this all-time classic activity in a more gripping online environment!

Survival games (powered by are fun exercises where groups evolve into teams as they communicate, build trust, synergize and engage in collaborative problem solving and decision making.

Whether you choose Arctic Survival, Desert or Ocean Survival, your team will go through two stages: first, individuals prioritize available objects according to what they believe is the most important to their survival. Second, the team gets together and negotiate a single ranking of the same objects – the team ranking! Which will be better?

Unexpectedly, teams often register better scores than the best individual score from the first stage – it is a very powerful argument for teamwork.

Negotiations within the team can get really heated, even more so when people feel they know better. Not unlike daily interactions! So, dealing with these situations while also being pressured by time is a powerful lesson.

Unleash the potential of your team with Survival Games!

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Key Outcomes

Escape games can be played mainly as an Team Building activity and in some cases as an Ice Breaker. It’s fun enough to be just that. However, it can be SO MUCH more than that!

Will working together with your team increase your chances of survival? Or not!?


Unleash the power of correlation and help participants express themselves through their chosen photo!

Expressive (powered by offers a full set of original photos, which allow participants to become masterful communicators and use their favorite photo as visual aid while sharing their ideas with the group. Whether used as an ice-breaker, during the introduction, or at check-out, this activity engages all participants.

Participants can share more complex ideas in a clearer way, as including visual aids adds a whole new level to communication.

It is an activity that includes 50 unique artistic images that helps participants make instant associations with their experiences, emotions, aspirations, realities and more.

It’s a fun and engaging way to:

Participants simply select one image at a time and submit their choice which is debriefed based on the context. The images can be used in several ways such as:

  • Icebreakers & Introductions: Choose a picture that says something about you
  • Topic of Discussion: Choose a picture that best represents collaboration / problem solving / customer centricity etc.
  • Goal Setting: Choose a picture that represents your expectations from this program or your personal or professional goals
  • Critical Thinking: Choose a picture and make a list of questions based on the image (Why, When, Who, Where, How)
  • Empathy & Perspective: Choose a picture, put yourself in that situation, what will you be thinking & feeling?
  • Selling Skills: Choose a picture and create a sales pitch with a clear unique selling proposition
  • Summarize Key Learnings: What was one of the most important learning for you and which picture represents the learning?”


Let participants truly discover the key skills needed to master the art of impeccable communication

As the word suggests, Replica (powered by is an extremely fun and engaging activity where participants engage in active communication to create an exact copy of a design.

Each team is assigned ONE image. This image can be viewed only by one team member who is playing the role of a “Narrator”.

Narrator’s role is to provide specific feedback to the other team members (Followers) for them to create a replica of the original image. Followers who come closest to creating a replica of the original image get the highest score

Key Learning Points

Replica is a flexible game and can be played in pairs or bigger groups


Engage your team in this fast-paced activity which really puts active communication to the test!

In Pixtory (powered by, each participant receives a photo, which is a zoomed-in version of someone else’s photo. In the least amount of time possible, teams must describe their photos and place them in the right order, from the most zoomed-in to the most zoomed-out photo.

Efficient communication and paying close attention to details is key to the team’s result, as each wrong attempt will charge the team with one extra minute. Placing all photos in the right order and in the fastest time makes a winning team!

The photos are so complex that it’s really easy to miss relevant details!

It’s paramount to really pay attention to other players, as the smallest detail may change the order in which to place all photos! Everybody needs to be fully present and explain everything clearly.

The hard part is to identify the balance between being brief and being complete... a challenge we also face in our daily lives!

Trust the process, stay focused and everything will make sense! By the end, victory will be so sweet!

Key Learning Points

Pixtory can be played as an Ice Breaker, or a Team Building activity. It’s fun enough to be just that. However, it can be SO MUCH more than that!