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SABOTAGE, based on TV’s The Mole, is the ultimate “who done it” game of deception and strategy. In this game contestants work together to complete challenges while one player secretly sabotages the group’s efforts. Can you detect the traitor?

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How It’s Played

SABOTAGE, based on TV’s The Mole, is the ultimate “who done it” game involving deception, detection, and strategy. The game is divided into different rounds. In each round, players work together as a team to complete a number of tasks in a designated amount of time. If a task is successfully completed, the players add a predetermined amount of money to the pot. The team’s goal is to make as much money as possible throughout the game. Although the players are working together as a team, one of them is secretly working undercover to sabotage the group’s money-making efforts as The Saboteur. The Saboteur’s job is to keep his or her identity a secret from the other players, while at the same time manipulate the game and the players.

Throughout each round, players must pay close attention to what is happening in the game and use their notebooks to record pertinent information. Players are given a quiz about The Saboteur’s identity at the end of each round. After taking the quiz, players attend the Execution Ceremony where the lowest quiz scorer is executed from the game. Players are continuously executed from the game until the finalists take the final quiz. Everyone attends the Final Execution Ceremony where someone is crowned the winner of SABOTAGE and the identity of The Saboteur is finally revealed!

Players must come up with their own strategy on how to best play the game, such as forming alliances. At different points in the game, there may be twists and players may be offered exemptions.

Featured Events

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The Mole is one of, if not, the smartest game show on television and we are so happy the original series has been rebooted on Netflix! What we love most about Sabotage is unlike most reality game shows that involve strategy and deception to win, there is no voting involved. Everyone in the group is working together to complete tasks to earn money, but with select members secretly against the group it is up to you and you alone to play Sherlock Holmes in this exhilarating “who done it” mystery. If and when players get eliminated, the fault lies in their own hands. Here’s a look at two of our favorites:

Client: University of Southern California

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Duration: 6 hours

Participants: 11

The USC Orientation Staff wanted an out-of-the-box team building experience to kick off the new school year so we pitched them a 1 day version of TV’s The Mole and they absolutely loved it. Before the event 1 player was selected to be The Saboteur and we secretly worked with them leading up to the event. When it came time to completing team challenges to earn prizes, the Saboteur was secretly working against the rest. Unlike the standard version of Sabotage, where players get eliminated throughout the game by quizzes on the identity for the Saboteur, we adjusted this event so no one was eliminated. Instead, The group took 3 quizzes total throughout the course of the game. The player with the most number of correct answers in the end was crowned the winner.

Client: L.A. Friends

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Duration: 3 days, 2 nights

Participants: 16

A group of friends and strangers in Los Angeles wanted to play in a realistic version of TV’s The Mole, which is exactly what our game Sabotage delivers. Unlike the TV show, we decided to surprise the players from the start and introduce our own signature twist to the game that instead of 1 Saboteur in the game, we had actually planted two, however, they did not know the identity of the other and were not only playing the game as The Saboteur but also as a contestant trying to correctly figure out who the other Saboteur in the game was to ensure their safety as the surviving traitor. Over 3 days, this group of mostly strangers bonded and became friends through working together on tasks while at the same time trying to figure out who the traitor.

Client: Boston College

Location: Chicago, IL

Duration: 3 days, 2 nights

Participants: 16

A group of friends from Boston College brought us in to turn their annual reunion weekend into a game of mystery, deceit and sabotage. Flying in from all over the country, this group plays a game every year together so we were thrilled to have the chance to make them play Sabotage. Over three days this group competed at full throttle from start to finish! At one point in the game, the eventual winner chose to take an exemption and force other players to sleep outside with no supplies. Let’s just say fireworks erupted! Everyone was in it to win it!

Reviews for Sabotage

The BEST way to spend a weekend! I’ve played in 2 Reality Rush games now: The Race and Sabotage. If you watch reality shows like Survivor, The Amazing Race, The Mole or if you’re an adventure junkie, you HAVE to do this. Reality Rush does such a good job, you literally feel like you’re on these TV shows. Sabotage was incredible because not only did we compete in 30 really fun challenges, but it was also a mental game! Trying to figure out who among us was the Saboteur was tough. There were so many twists and turns in this game and I was definitely surprised in the end! Get your friends together and play these games. I would do it every weekend if I could. – Patrick O’Donnell

I played in Sabotage, Chicago and it was an amazing time. It’s a great way to meet people, challenge yourself and have fun. Adults are so overworked, how often do we get a chance to let loose and play like kids? Sign up now- you won’t be sorry! – Nicole Haight

I played in Sabotage and it was an absolute blast!!! I can’t wait for the next opportunity to be a part of one of the events. I would highly recommend it! I knew it would be fun, but it was 100% better than I ever imagined. – Amy Watson

Though Sabotage was, at its core, a challenging mind game that required close attention at all times, it was equally a game that provided rewarding memories and new friendships.
– Brad Milison, 23

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