Fun and gaming for corporate events

This morning's Boston Globe had an article about a new interactive gaming facility called Espionage that sounds pretty amazing. It sounds sort of like a real-life version of a video game, where what happens changes based on how your group responds to various situations.

This sort of thing could be very cool for a corporate group outing/teambuilding activity, I would think. Has anyone used this sort of facility for a group event? I'd be curious to know how it works in real life. I'd like to try it just on general principles, since it sounds like a blast.

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