At one point or another, we all love to play the rebel. There’s something invigorating about throwing caution to the wind and playing by your own rules. It’s the reason we love characters like Robin Hood, Tom Sawyer, and Han Solo. It’s a romantic idea to think of oneself as the lone fighter taking on the world, the single fish swimming against a current of conformity. It’s the pinnacle of individuality.
With our new Storyline Game template, Escape, you can give your learners that exciting experience while teaching them a thing or two.
In Escape, the learner plays an outlaw on the run in flashy sports car. The objective is to escape the pursuers on your tail and avoid roadblocks at all costs. If you make it to the end in one piece, you reach your freedom and can live to die another day!
The player’s car is racing down the road at high speed, and in order to keep it safe from obstacles, the player must answer each question correctly.
With every correct answer, the car will swerve out of the way of the coming obstacles, which take the form of tanks, police cars, and sandbags.
Be careful, though. With every incorrect answer, the car smashes through one of these obstacles, adding damage to the vehicle.
After three of these incidents, it’s game over and back to the slammer for you!
Escape is a great trivia game, especially for learners wanting a bit of excitement with their knowledge. It’s an equitable solution to keep learners engaged, because the action blockbuster movie scenario artificially heighten the stakes (“I’m not just getting this answer wrong, I’m losing my freedom! Wink, wink.“) This allows the user to become more invested in potentially dull topics, because their answers are directly linked to the actions of the game.