Thanks to the scouts of the C.N.G.E.I. of Verona you find yourself in a real scout field, playing the typical field games, such as Kim and Scalpo. The first, inspired by the novel Kim by Kipling, stimulates sensory perceptions by focusing the player on taste, touch, smell, hearing and sight. The second, however, is one of the most famous scout games in the world. There are various versions depending on the place of origin, but they always have the same purpose: to remove the strip of cloth called “scalp” to the opponent using only one hand and avoiding sudden physical contact. You can also live the experiences of explorers and explorers struggling with knots, ligatures and constructions of pioneering.