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Alviera, the mixed-use development rising in Porac, Pampanga played host to the first game show-inspired playground in the world. Guest young and old experienced outdoor fun and wacky games inspired by hit TV shows like Takeshi’s Castle, Wipeout, and Gladiators in a one-day summer festival.

Alviera Go Play was a full day of lively games, mental and physical challenges, foamy frolic, bouncy inflatables, prizes, food and music.

The last fling of the summer featured the craziness of Human Foosball, runners in a Wacky Inflatable Obstacle challenge, Agawan Base players dressed in zorb balls, and lay-ups with binoculars in Binocular Basketball. Active challenges delighted and challenged guests such as kicking a goal without wobbling, but only after spinning yourself silly in Dizzy Penalty Kick.

Every hour throughout the day there was a foam bash party.  Kids aged 13 years old and below were treated to an exclusive inflatable play area. The water obstacle course where players had to avoid giant swinging balls to get to the end was a challenging crowd-pleaser.

Alviera Go Play is a partnership between Alviera and Runtertainment, the company behind Outbreak Manila, Slidefest Philippines and Breakout Philippines. Players sampled the Breakout Philippines Escape Room Game at the event, and had a real taste of the game’s excitement and mystery.

"We are all about memorable moments, big laughs, and team work. Go Play offered young and old a fun-filled festival atmosphere of games, music, food, drinks, foam pits, and lots of selfie opportunities," said Angelo Cruz, Runtertainment Managing Director.

 Alviera Go Play ran like an outdoor arcade where players can earn more tickets or exchange them for prizes. A Regular Go Player was allotted one to 10 points, while the Extreme Go Player had 20 points. Children aged 7 and below registered as Go Kids Player and started off with 10 points.

Each activity required points to join in. Every successful activity gained a player more points. Players “refilled” points at the point refilling station and winners exchanged points for souvenir items.

The Alviera Go Play also featured the thrilling attractions of SandBox for a full outdoor summer adventure. Go Players had an opportunity to enjoy SandBox attractions like the Giant Swing, Aerial Walk, Adventure Tower free fall, wall climbing, and Avatar One rollercoaster zipline.

 “Alviera Go Play was truly a signature event to cap off the summer,” said Jomi de Guzman, Alviera Project Development Manager. “This is the kind of experience one enjoys in Alviera, the kind that lets everyone participate in the fun and appreciate the outdoors.”

Alviera, an Ayala Land development in partnership with Leonio Land, is envisioned to become a regional growth center of Central Luzon. The 1,100 has. master-planned estate will include residential communities, commercial establishments, academic institutions and offices. Upcoming developments include the Alviera Country Club and the Alviera Industrial Park.

How much will registration cost?

Regular Go Player – P800 entitled to 10 points

Extreme Go Player – P1,200 entitled to 20 points

Go Kids Player – P400 entitled to 10 points

Kids must be at least 4-feet tall to participate in any activity.

What are the activities we can enjoy in Alviera Go Play?


 Wacky Inflatable Challenge – Bounce, crawl, climb and conquer the course in

less than 2 minutes.

 Breakout Philippines Escape Room Game – Sample the country’s premier

escape room game! Form a team, find clues and escape before time runs out.

 The Drink Challenge – Slip and slide to get your bottled beverage’s contents

on to a giant mug. Then run and tag your teammates during this relay.

Finally, all of you must slip and slide back to your mug and sip the mug empty

with straws.

 Binocular Basketball – Can you manage 3 lay-ups in 2 minutes wearing a

binocular helmet?

 Human Foosball – Exactly what it sounds like, with players stuck to a moving

pole and tasked with scoring a goal.

 Agawan Base – Zorb Edition – Charge your way to an enemy’s base in the

ultimate roll-around costume. Roll, bounce and repeat, all while in a zorb


 Explore the Unknown – Collect objects from different containers while

blindfolded to win the prize. Nothing icky in there, right? Maybe.

 Dizzy Penalty Kick – Spin around and then make a dizzy attempt to score a

penalty kick, with 4 other competitors around you.

 The Gladiator – Face off against an opponent on the pedestal platform while

everything but the kitchen sink is thrown at you. First one to do 5

knockdowns wins!

 Sumo Relay – Race against time in sumo suits!

 Photo Mission – Here are 10 pictures for your team to replicate as accurately

as possible. Submit them anytime you think you’ve got them perfect.

 Brain Games – Your team has got to put its head together for some mind

exercises to solve puzzles and illusions.

 Communication Game – A team member must direct his mates to correctly

arrange items on the floor, except they’re all blindfolded.

 Caterpillar Run – The team steps inside a circular tarpaulin track and must

walk in unison as the track passes through their hands. Sounds simple but

can you do it within 3 minutes?


 Buzzingo – An absurdly fun version of Bingo (yes, Bingo!) that will only be

played 3 times during the day. It will not require points to participate but

players will have to risk their tickets for Bingo cards. Winning will get you

1,000 tickets!

 Extreme Jack & Poy – Risk 5 tickets and try to win 6 consecutive battles in a

contest that knows no age, skill, experience or gender. The winner takes all

the tickets of the losing individual.


 Foam Bash – Dance around the foam pit set up in front of the stage every

hour as local DJs spin some cool summer hits.

 Inflatable Play Area – Open for children 13 years old and below.

 Food Stalls – Players and visitors won’t go hungry with a wide array of food