Lessons are always learned from times of crisis. Throughout history those who have fought and pioneered in times of desperate need have always left us wisdom to learn from in our own times of crisis. They have not forgotten us. Letters, voice recordings and even videos have been appearing, left by people we thought long gone.
In these messages they have left clues about the things we can do to help ourselves and our communities. Decode their messages and be the hero the world needs right now.
Not sure what an immersive game is? Have a look at our blog post all about it.
So how does it work?
1) Everything is played on social media (facebook and instagram). Comment on this post to let us know you want to take part! You can join at any time, and do the tasks in any order you want.
2) Each day solve the puzzle, riddle or clue that we post and send us a message with the name of the famous person and the important fact about them.
3) Listen to or read their message and complete the task they set you
4) Post proof of your task onto social media, tagging Komorabi and using the hashtag #komorabiDoGoodHaveFun
Make sure to tag us in your photos and whoever completes the most good deeds will get a shout-out on our page and free tickets to the next immersive volunteering event! We hope you are up to the challenge – and who knows, maybe you will go down in history!
How do the clues look?
Our second famous figure is ready to share their wisdom! Don’t worry, you can solve the clues and complete the tasks in any order so if you haven’t finished the first one you still have time.
Who links the great fire of London and a massive wheel of cheese? Maybe a relation of Little Bo Peep’s… When you know their name, find out what kind of exotic pet they liked to keep, send us both answers for your next good deed!
How much does it cost?
This game is free. This is pandemic is a difficult time, but it’s also a time to come together and show what we can do to make a change. We will be weaving the magic of our immersive games into the social media to bring a little bit of joy into all the families in our community of offer a more, we hope, engaging way to do volunteering from your sofa.