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Wacky Adventure Walk Game - Columbus, OH

Wacky Adventure Walk Game - Columbus, OH
2 hours
USD 10.00
Wacky Walks is a unique walking game. It is similar to a board game in which the power, or control shifts from one player to another, and instead of a board, you'll be navigating the city streets with your smartphone to play. <br>The objective of the game is to have fun, learn some facts about the city, be a little wacky, and enjoy the company of whoever you are playing with. Wacky Walks will start out by designating who will be the first King or Queen (kind of like a Team Captain), but don't worry, that could soon change. You'll then go out on checkpoints throughout the city. <br>At each checkpoint, the players will need to answer a question about the checkpoint and the players, or “pawns” as we call them will perform a task for the King or Queen. <br>Wacky Walks is done completely on foot and usually takes about two hours to complete. But don't worry, you won't be alone. You'll have a remote/virtual guide that will be available in case you get stuck.

Clue-Gathering Adventure Game - Columbus, OH

Clue-Gathering Adventure Game - Columbus, OH
2 hours
USD 10.00
3Quest Challenge is a digital adventure game that takes you around the city to complete 3 Quests using your smartphone. <br>You'll start out at a Home Base, then the game will lead you on 3 Quests around the city. Each Quest has 3 checkpoints. At each checkpoint, you'll answer a question to collect a clue, and then perform a challenge. For each question you answer correctly, you score a point! After you've completed the Quests, you'll come back to your Home Base to solve your final puzzle using the clues you've collected, and get even more points by solving the final puzzle correctly!<br>The objective is to have fun, score the most points, and correctly solve the final puzzle! You can form teams, race your friends, or just have an afternoon of fun with family and friends. Oh, and remember that you are not alone; you have a guide that is just a call or text away that can help throughout your adventure!<br>

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Where is Ohio State University Airport?
Ohio State University Airport (IATA: OSU, ICAO: KOSU, FAA LID: OSU) is a public airport located six miles (10 km) northwest of the central business district of Columbus, a city in Franklin County, Ohio, United States. It is nationally ranked the 88th general aviation airport.

The airport is operated by The Ohio State University in Columbus, not to be confused with Ohio University in Athens, which owns the Ohio University Airport (IATA: ATO, ICAO: KUNI, FAA LID: UNI). Its nickname is OSU Don Scott Airport after Donald E. Scott, an OSU alumnus who died during his training as a pilot in England during World War II.

The Ohio State University Airport (OSU) is one of the leading general aviation facilities in the nation, providing educational opportunities to the university's students and aircraft services to many of central Ohio's pilots and businesses.

The OSU Airport began in 1943 as a flight training facility for military and civilian pilots, operated by the OSU School of Aviation. The OSU Airport now operates as a self-supporting entity of The Ohio State University through the Department of Aerospace Engineering & Aviation.

The Department oversees all aspects of the Airport from Airport Management, to Fixed Base Operations, to Airport Maintenance.

Today, the OSU Airport serves as a general aviation reliever for Port Columbus International Airport. Its status as a Part 139 Certificated Airport assures the aviation community that the facility will meet specific standards in terms of operations and maintenance.

The OSU Airport is home to 230 aircraft, including single- and multi-engine, piston and turbine engine aircraft and rotorcraft. The OSU Airport oversees an estimated 100,000 operations per year, including corporate activity, student training, and pleasure flying. By comparison, the OSU Airport generally ranks in the top five airports in Ohio in the number of take-offs and landings with Cleveland Hopkins, Port Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati Lunken.


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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2021