Going on a secret mission, like wearing your kindergarten overalls, is a great way to feel like a kid again, get weird looks from strangers, and discover what really happened to that misplaced lollipop. Unleash your inner child with today's Groupon for an adventure from Foxhound Urban Adventures. Choose between the following options:
- For $69, you get a Jericho SF: Operation Rendition urban spy adventure for two people (a $150 value).
- For $139, you get a Jericho SF: Operation Rendition urban spy adventure for four people (a $300 value).
Foxhound Urban Adventures' visionary staff equips agents with high-tech gadgets and pits spy teams against one another on high-energy face-offs throughout the city. Kicking off in Union Square, Operation Rendition places participants in the role of operatives for top Chinese or Cuban agencies attempting to kidnap or protect a valuable mole during a four-hour face-off. Throughout the mission, agents employ high-tech gadgetry to locate confidential documents, set up ambushes, and check in with HQ to see if their spy friends can sleep over. En route to the drop-off at Fisherman's Wharf, players snap photos and coordinate agents to complete their specific tasks. To make it to the end, spies will also engage in intense firefights using the same Lazer Tag and water guns given to CIA agents attempting to infiltrate Communist preschools. Teams consist of five players each, with two teams partaking in each spy adventure.
Foxhound Urban Adventure
Foxhound Urban Adventures founder Shannon Bruzelius is an organizer. Growing up in Colorado, Shannon was always outdoors, putting together events such as epic games of hide-and-seek at night, holiday scavenger hunts, and New Year's Eve sledding festivals. When he moved to San Francisco, visiting friends and family put him in the role of designated tour guide, which naturally progressed into what is now Foxhound Urban Adventures.
Jericho San Francisco is a spy adventure based on the party game Jericho, which offers locals and visitors a new way to see San Francisco neighborhoods. Players are split into two teams of up to 6 people each and charged with a specific mission, then armed with a bag of modern spy gadgets, including laser-tag gear and walkie-talkies. During the game, agents race through the city for up to 4 miles and just as many hours, sightseeing, outwitting opponents, and wasting time interrogating statues.