Manhunt is hide and seek at night using flashlights. Typically, thirty or more hiders try to conceal themselves among the trees of a Norway spruce plantation (the new maze). They cannot leave the designated area and the soles of their feet must be touching the ground at all times. (No climbing or lying down). After a few minutes, a pack of seekers enters the maze armed with flashlights. Hiders can move around during the round, which lasts about ten minutes; usually, four or five rounds are played in a game. When a hunter visually encounters a hider, s/he calls that person out and they report back to the time keeper. This game really connects to the primal experiences of being hunted and the exhilaration of escaping capture.