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“What a fantastic experience we had walking around! Great fun! The story is amazing! Well done! ”
Laura Silva, Trustpilot

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Free Family Trails in Oadby, Wigston & South Wigston

Now - Until May 1st

In Springtopia the animals are having their annual art competition. They want you to judge it for them and they’ll reward you if you do! 

Players track down the eggs and… 

🧩 Complete puzzles, find clues and crack codes before…

📲 the characters reveal themselves in AR…

🔟 you’ll have to visit all ten in any order…

🤳 taking selfies and making videos with them…

📖 before you can download a free prize ebook.

Start your trail here...

How Does it Work?

The trail works by utilising contactless QR codes, without the need for players to download or sign up to anything. The trail consists of 10 story-points with embedded QR codes.

How to Play:

1. Click on your location above to begin.

2. Read the introduction and see your local digital map.

3. Visit all 10 stops, in any order, by scanning their QR codes.

4. Once you’ve visited all of the stops you can take your prize badge selfie and download the free ebook.

Test the Augmented Reality on your Device

Before setting off on the trail we advise you to try out the AR functionality of your phone. Please use Chrome on Android or Chrome/Safari on iPhone.

Most modern smartphones do have this capability now but there are some that still don’t support it. From a smartphone only, click on this link or scan the below QR code to try it out now.

If you get redirected back to this page then it’s likely you will need to use an alternative device or browser to view this.

A full list of supported smartphones can be found here.

How to Scan QR Codes

Most modern phones now automatically scan QR codes simply by opening your camera app and pointing at them. If your phone doesn’t have this capability you can download an app that reads QR codes instead. Try these for Android or Apple.

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