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Hi I recently saw a facebook post about doing an inside Adventure Lab. I thought I had asked the question - how do we create 1 of these? I have requested another adventure lab to create please. Thought if I am granted 1, I would like to do 1 indoors. Thank you low1

Here is an example one an indoor LAB in a sports store:

Stage 2:

This location is where you find the multitools on the ground floor. Now there's a challenge: Use a multitool to undo each screw. Screws out, Read code, Screws back in. Might take some time...   What word lies beneath the screws?

Stage 3:

You can find this beauty with the flashlights on the ground floor. The box hides a little secret that a flashlight might help to reveal. Place the light right and it will show you which word is the solution. Which word does the light reveal?

....

Stage 5:

This box is located with the books on the second floor. Open it and find a helpful little green bear. Place him where he will fit to see 3 different numbers in his belly. If you add them together, thats the solution to this stage. WATCH OUT: The bear can be placed upside down or turned around any which way.  What is the sum of the three numbers you found?

and so on.

13 minutes ago, Mausebiber said:

Here is an example one

It sounds like this example involves locating objects placed by the creator of the Adventure.  Is that right?  If so, it's not a good example.

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16 minutes ago, Mausebiber said:

Here is an example one an indoor LAB in a sports store:

That ALC was most likely part of a paid promotion ALC , so please keep in mind, that regular ALC can't use physical waypoints.

I have an AL, where 4 of 5 locations are inside a museum. The museum is free of charge (so no problem with the "no fees" guideline), has free WiFi, and a relatively large geofence makes sure you are inside the radius of each location even without precise GPS navigation.

5 hours ago, Keystone said:

It sounds like this example involves locating objects placed by the creator of the Adventure.  Is that right?  If so, it's not a good example.

Yes, you are right, it's not a good example.

Here's the recent blog post on Indoor Adventures:

On 3/14/2023 at 7:33 AM, Mausebiber said:

Stage 2:

This location is where you find the multitools on the ground floor. Now there's a challenge: Use a multitool to undo each screw. Screws out, Read code, Screws back in. Might take some time...   What word lies beneath the screws?

On 3/14/2023 at 12:48 PM, Keystone said:

It sounds like this example involves locating objects placed by the creator of the Adventure.  Is that right?  If so, it's not a good example.

The mentioned AdventureLab is a featuredAdLab with HQ's permission using physical stages.

Hans

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