As they prepared to kick-off, a mysterious video message challenged the teams to the game, and gave them the first clues they needed to break into their silver cases…but form there, they would be on their own. An initial sense of intrigue and mystery, and perhaps some quiet concentration in the room, quickly turned into frenzied panic as a couple of our teams broke the code on the first padlock in super-quick time, whilst others struggled a little more in the early stages. More and more cheers of delighted echoed around the room as the minutes wore on, and teams begin to not only crack into their silver cases, but into boxes 1 and 2 that lay inside. As the clock ticked by on the large screen at the top of the room, and as the tasks and challenges became even more tricky, it all of a sudden began to come clear that all the information that teams required to open their next box was not contained within their own case, but in various cases that others teams possessed around the room. Indeed, as the final challenge drew near and boxes 3 and 4 were opened, it dawned on the 10 teams within the room that they all required to cooperate and work together if the final code was to be found, and that they could only succeed as one large, collaborative team.