Competitive Online Treasure Hunt


An online treasure hunt designed by game-makers with years of experience designing awesome team-buildling events. In this online game, teams collect clues, solve puzzles, and complete missions as they race to find Europe’s most precious pieces of art looted by the Nazis.

One of our Game Masters (a real person!) guides the experience, provides hints, and rewards winners! Reserve your event below to find out what hundreds of teams from top companies like Google, Netflix, and Facebook have already discovered – the best team building event out there!

Teams can be pre-selected or randomly assigned.

Interactive game is played over Zoom, Teams or other video conferencing platforms. No download required.


– Choose a time and date, participants, and platform
– Pay now or pay later
– You will get an automatic confirmation email


– You will receive the meeting link by email
– Share the meeting link with the participants
– The Game Master will meet your team and explain the rest!

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About This Game

As Hitler’s army marched across Europe, they stole the continent’s most famous cultural legacies – artwork such as the Mona Lisa and the Ghent Altarpiece – and sent them to Germany for safe-keeping. After the war, they had hoped to display them in the Führermuseum, but alas, as the Allied forces closed in, they threatened to destroy the continent’s cultural treasures instead.

Now the year is 1944, and it is becoming increasingly evident that the Nazis will lose the war in Europe. In this point-and-click adventure, you are a soldier tasked with finding and saving the famous art. Turn up the music, pick your mission, and solve a series of puzzles to rescue as many pieces of art as you can before time runs out. Compete against your colleagues to find the most art. No matter your point total, you are sure to have a great time, learn something, and experience some incredible black-and-white photographs.

Learn the real history of the Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program as you race across the continent dodging Nazi soldiers, chasing down army trucks, and riddling your way to victory. A 1940s soundtrack adds a rush of thrill and a mood of danger, and a moderator will provide hints and run the show.

On the day of the game, you will receive the game, complete training camp, and select your first mission. No additional software required! Compete with other teams to find the most art in an hour or challenge yourself to find all of the great works.

This game is based on a true story from history and suitable for players of all ages and interests! It is promoted in collaboration with The Monuments Men Foundation. A portion of the proceeds go to supporting The Monuments Men Foundation in their mission.

If that’s not your thing, no worries – check out our other online games A Death In The Red Light and The Beggar of Barcelona.


Can we adjust the number of players later on?

Yes, you can change the number of players up until 48 hours before the game. So feel free to make an estimate when booking; we can adjust it later on.

What forms of payment do you accept?

After the booking is made, we will issue you an invoice. Payment can be made by bank transfer or by credit card. If you would prefer a different method, please let us know.

How long does a game take?

The full game takes about two hours to play. We have also designed a version that plays in one hour. Please let us know when you are booking how long you would like to play.

How does it work?

After you complete booking, you will get a confirmation email with a link to the game. All the players need to click on that link at the scheduled time. They will be met by the Game Master, who will introduce the game, tell the story, help players as needed and keep track of the winners.

Teams will be split up into different breakout rooms. They will compete to solve the mystery first.

Teams can be randomly assigned or, if you prefer, can be chosen in advance

Learn more by watching a short instructional video:

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Game designed by

Geert Benjamin Sillevis and Emilie Mendes de Leon