Who is in your bunker is a team building game devised by Tate Glasgow. This is an excellent team building activity which can be enjoyed adults as well as kids. This game bears a slight resemblance to Triangle of Life but both of the games have their different unique virtues.
What is a bunker?
A bunker is a defensive military fortification designed to protect people or valued materials from falling bombs or other attacks. Bunkers are often underground and hideous. Though often deployed for defensive war tactics, bunkers can also string a set of attacks so they had great tactical values in both of the world wars.
In this game we are re imagining a bunker and putting our best mates alongside us on our bunkers-the people who we trust are going to help us fight until our last breath.
A pen and a paper
How to play Who’s in your bunker?
- Divide the group into teams.
- Send each team into a different location. (Different rooms, basements etc.)
- Provide each member of the team with a piece of paper and and a pen.
- Have them draw a bunker on their paper.
- Ask each member to write whom they would choose to be in their bunker. Not just names but their positions on the left, front, center or the back of the bunker.
- Collect all the papers and analyze each of the ideas.
- Additionally, you can also merge all of the ideas into a big bunker for your group.
This game works the best if it is played among familiar faces. Playing this game outdoors is also a brilliant idea as it sets up a more natural scenario.
- This game bolsters team spirit and promotes team communication and promotes team communication.
- This is a great game to T to find internal leadership. This game will automatically surface the candidates who are trusted and motivate the others to earn the trust of the team.