Jury games (otherwise known as jury duty team building activities) immerse teams in the world of mischief and mystery! These exciting online games encourage problem-solving, communication and initiative. Players must work together to crack the case and cast their verdict! Will they find the defendant guilty? Or will the evidence tell another story? Played virtually or in-person, our jury duty games are bound to bring excitement and suspense to your next team social.
There’s nothing quite like an investigation to bring teams together! We’ve designed these immersive activities to test players’ attention to detail and leadership skills in a race against the clock. Our jury games offer teams the chance to examine evidence, discuss theories and serve justice! Use strategic-thinking and deduction to determine your verdict. Browse the best jury games and activities below.
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At Wildgoose, we believe our Remote Hosts provide you with an unmatched team experience. We’re proud to have a fantastic array of expert hosts who know Wildgoose inside out, and can guide you through all of our team activities.
They’ll kick-start each event with an uplifting briefing, setting the scene, and hyping up teams. They’ll be on hand throughout your experience to provide support, keep the energy flowing, and will present an entertaining wrap-up finale. Expect collaboration, lots of laughs, and most importantly plenty of fun!
Why Play our Jury Games?
Filled with plenty of mystery, our jury games are the ideal experience for teams who love CSI team building activities or crime-solving games! Our range of jury duty team activities add excitement to any event whilst developing communication skills. Delegate responsibilities as a team, harness critical-thinking skills as you examine the evidence and build strong relationships as you discuss the verdict. Finally, come together to make your final decision. No matter what case your team of jurors are on, we’ll make it one to remember!
Jury Games FAQs
What are jury games and activities?
Jury games and activities are team events where players act out the role of jurors in an online trial. They review evidence and decide whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty. These games can be played online or in-person. Jury duty activities are often associated with virtual murder mystery team building activities or crime-solving games. Jury games are also known as ‘jury duty team building activities’, ‘courtroom games’ or ‘virtual jury duty experiences.’
How do we play jury duty games?
Our jury team building activities are easy and fun to play. Whether you’re playing remotely or in-person, all you need is a device with internet access (smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer) and your chosen video conferencing software. You’ll be briefed by one of our expert Remote Hosts (via video link) before dividing into teams where you’ll review the evidence and decide on a verdict.
Can we play jury games on Zoom?
Yes! In fact, we highly recommend using Zoom for our jury games (here’s why) but we can work with other platforms too (here’s how.)
How long do your jury duty games last?
Our jury team building activities last for 45 minutes in total, including a virtual briefing and wrap up from one of our experienced Remote Hosts. You can find game durations in the ‘How can this event be delivered?’ section on our individual game pages.
Are there live actors included in your jury games?
No, our jury duty team building activities are played online and do not feature any live actors. Alongside one of our experienced Remote Hosts, we use videos and digital evidence files (including images and audio) to set the scene and explain the case!
How do we get set-up?
We will provide you with step-by-step instructions ahead of your jury game experience. One of our Remote Hosts will also guide participants through your activity on the day. Simply ensure each player has a device with internet access and is ready to join the video conference (via Zoom or your chosen platform) for the Virtual Briefing. Everything else will be explained when you join us!
What device/s will I need?
Our jury games and activities can be played on any device (with internet access) however we recommend using a laptop or computer. You can find device information in the ‘How can this event be delivered?’ section on our individual game pages.
What’s the maximum team size?
We recommend 4-6 people per team. This ensures all our players (aka jurors) have a chance to examine the evidence and discuss their findings during the event. Keeping groups to this size is a key part of increasing team engagement.
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