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An exciting scavenger hunt-style non-murder mystery party game. The game is zoo-themed and for ages 6 and up. Invite 5-24 children and get ready to sleuth a fun mystery at the Oceanside Zoo.
Please note: younger guests may need some adult assistance in reading and solving the mysteries in the game! The game includes a fun scavenger hunt in round one and ends with an exciting challenge to find Garry Gator - the notorious prankster! This game is ideally hosted at a home, as there are scavenger hunt clues to be found in general home locations (i.e. kitchen, kid's bedroom, etc.) This is the instant download version of the game. No waiting, no shipping fees. Easy to prepare and simple to host.
This game was updated on 2/8/18. You may download the most current version from your account if you've purchased the game license within the last year.
Oh no! Garry Gator is at it again! The prankster escaped from the swamp exhibit last night! He released five zoo animals and hid them in secret locations! After the night of mischief, he’s back in his swampy exhibit, fast asleep and refusing to talk. Before he drifted off to dreamland, he slipped a note under Andie Mall’s door in the main zookeeper office! Garry Gator said there are riddles to solve to figure out which animals are hidden and where! The staff of the Oceanside Zoo needs to hurry and find the animals and get them back in their exhibits before it’s time to open the zoo!
|Minimum age:||6 years|
|# of players:||5-8 players|
|Expansion pack:||Not at this time|
|Expandable?:||Expands to over 24 players with teams|
|Gender of players:||Flexible|
The party was fantastic! Everything was well mapped out and explained and there was plenty of extra activities to add to the fun! I found the kids having to write out clues was a bit challenging for some but we got through that part. The kids loved looking for clues and their final treasure. I added one more clue with a code wheel. and made a indiviudal clue for each child so that they could do their own hunt and then sent the code wheel home as a thank you card. Also set up a green screen and took pictures of them in their costumes with a zoo backdrop. Kids had a blast and really got into their character. Was a great time. Thanks for this. Sheena on Feb 26th 2019