- $30 for one admission to a 90-minute spy game with game designer Greg Loring-Albright
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
This event is not intended for children. Meet in the very center of Rittenhouse Square Park. Your contact will be carrying a briefcase. Ask him “How’s the weather?” and he will respond, “It could turn at any minute.”
Each event is capped at 8 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
A mysterious contact. An envelope containing instructions. These are are all participants initially have to work with as a spy drama unfolds in Rittenhouse Square Park. Players must call mysterious phone numbers, solve codes, and spy on fellow participants in order to learn exactly who is working with whom. Ultimately, two teams of spies will compete to deliver a mysterious package.
Espionage in the Park
Greg Loring-Albright guides players through 90 minutes of cryptic gameplay in the public space.
Spy vs. Spy
As the game progresses, players must ascertain whom they can trust while vying to deliver their package.
Greg Loring-Albright is interested in games that aren’t confined to a board or a screen. As a designer, he creates playful experiences that foster real-world interactions as they unfold. His fascination with the genre has led him to devise and test everything from scavenger hunts to museum-heist games, and to partner with fellow enthusiasts such as Waxwing Puzzle Company.