Event: Virtual Game Night!
Join the Bodecker Foundation’s Youth Advisory Board for our first-ever teen game night on Saturday February 20 at 7pm. Sandy Weisz, puzzle designer and commissioner of Chicago’s The Mystery League, will lead up to 20 players in a Zoom-based game that melds trivia, deduction, and a little friendly competition. The hour-long game features three rounds of trivia, each a different style than the last. You might see questions with a mysterious theme, some strange wordplay, a puzzle, or a name-that-song-or-movie challenge.
Sandy Weisz is the commissioner of The Mystery League, which produces remote team-building games as well as live, tabletop escape games. He’s built puzzles for Google, The Field Museum, Alinea, Field Notes, The House Theatre of Chicago, The Art Institute, and others. He teaches puzzle design at the University of Chicago. He has been making puzzles and puzzle hunts since he was a teenager. He is also a frequent contributor to the NPR Sunday puzzle. He publishes puzzles on Twitter at @pzlr, and on a newsletter at dispatch.mysteryleague.com. He lives in Chicago with his wife and two kids.
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