Starting from the "Monument to Sir George-Étienne Cartier" on Park Avenue, you will be challenged to solve the mystery of a zombie-like virus and save the world. You will walk from Park Mont-royal towards Park Lafontaine through this game and will enjoy seeing secret spots and finding the clues.
Follow playful riddles related to the locations and unlock the next levels. Yes – there’s so much to enjoy and learn about Montreal! This gamified walk across Montreal's vibrant area sharpens your senses and encourages you to appreciate the most wonderful – and often hidden – details around you.
Also, we have added a little bit of extra fun to this game, you and your team can win a 100 Cad cash prize at the end of the game! Don't forget you will be racing with the time and if you could hit the shortest time you will be the winner!
63% based on players review
4 Easy Steps...
Proceed to payment!
Go to the starting point!
Enjoy the Game!
1- After the reservation, you’ll receive a specific link to your game via email.
2- To start the game, go to the game’s starting location indicated in the email. 3- Tap the Play button and the game will open in your phone's browser!
4- There is no need to download and install any application on your phone!
Out of the teams completing this route, these are the top teams with the best times (including penalties for using extra hints). Congrats!
1- Les M’s:
100 minutes, played on 31 Jul 2021
2- Les cool:
115 minutes, played on 28 Aug 2021
143 minutes, played on 22 Aug 2021
177 minutes, played on 28 Aug 2021
What our clients think about us
“Le trajet était vrm Nice! Beaux coins de mtl!!☺️C’était le fun a chercher!!! Pas trop toff pas trop facile! On a aimer le niveau!"
“Intéressant et différents. Idéal pour découvrir Montréal!"
“A nice tour of the area through your puzzles! it was a lot of fun and raised our curiosity finding the next locations!"
"Much adored! Thank you for the unique outdoor activity (specifically in the middle of the pandemic)"
"Excellent adventure and joy. It was a lot of fun, and it made us discover the Plateau and Mile-End neighbourhoods in an unpredictable and exciting way"