After a sold out season at the Adelaide Fringe, London’s Fire-Hazard Games have set up a local crew to run their popular game Citydash in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
Citydash is part of a new trend of interactive games played around the world combining skill, strategy, cunning and speed with local hidden treasures.
Ex-Adelaide founder of Fire-Hazard Games, Gwyn Morfey, who is now based in London is excited to have been able to bring his game back to his home town.
“Citydash is almost made for Adelaide. It offers exciting way to experience familiar surroundings in a new way.”
The game involves players exploring a game zone, trying to solve clues that lead them to checkpoints at various points of interests. Whilst they do this they are pursued by guards, who if they spot players deduct points from the team’s score.
Local Citydash crew member Paul Gordon is enthusiastic to make Citydash an Adelaide fixture.
“Citydash is an original concept, and something new to the Adelaide scene. The feedback we have had from running the game has been really positive. People are looking for new things to do, and this really fills that gap” said Mr Gordon.
The next Citydash game will be run on 20 June 2015 at 2:30pm at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. Mr Gordon says that ever since he heard of the concept he wanted to take it to the Gardens.
“There are so many great landmarks, some of which you might not notice if you aren’t looking for them. We can’t wait to play.”
For more information go to www.citydash.fire-hazard.net