Overview of The Search for the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine


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The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine Exercise

A World-Acclaimed Game for Team Building, Collaboration
and Leadership Development

Satisfaction Guaranteed, Absolutely Positively! 


If you’re looking for a game that generates more than its share of great learning opportunities, that’s what The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine is all about.



Call Scott for a Special Offer with your game purchase – 864-292-8700 or email him                                                     


Using Lost Dutchman Gives You:                          

  • Serious learning outcomes tightly anchored to real-world behaviors
  • A fun and engaging Team Building challenge
  • A crucial understanding of how Collaboration increases ROI
  • A Powerful Debriefing Opportunity as a tool for Change and Improvement
  • A view into the pivotal role of Leadership in helping teams succeed
  • The benefit of 20 years of continuous design improvement and established success (used worldwide)
  • A path to implementing new behaviors for improved performance results





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Purchasing Dutchman is easy! It works for any number of teams and is a one-time cost with satisfaction guaranteed or your money back:

LD-3 is for up to 3 teams or 18 people   ($995)                      BUY NOW

LD-4 is for up to 4 teams or 24 people ($1,795)                     BUY NOW

LD-6 is for up to 6 teams or 36 people ($2,895)                     BUY NOW

The Professional Version works with 8 to 1000+ players       BUY NOW

If purchasing isn’t the best option for you, you can RENT the game for use in the USA or Canada.


Learn more about Dutchman: The Scenario, an Overview and Debriefing Dutchman.

The Search for The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine sets up a journey to mine Gold in the Superstition Mountains of the American Southwest.  It's based on a true story of Jacob Waltz and his gold mine, lost when he attempted to describe its location on his deathbed in 1892.