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Survivor Outwit Outlast Game

by Mattel

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  • Product Details: Shipping Weight: 3 pounds, ASIN: B00004WHR4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #67,328 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games
  • Product Features: Based on the wildly popular first season of the Survivor TV series
  • Just like on the show, meet challenges and employ your best team strategies,
  • Played on an illustrated game board, comes with a plastic replica of the island of Pulau Tiga as its centerpiece and cardholder, An illustrated game board, 168 game cards in 3 different categories of questions and riddles, Pictionary-type cards, a special die, Also includes 10 playing pieces and stands, 9 erasable voting cards, an erasable pen, immunity idol, and an instruction sheet, Its a multiplayer game (for 4-8 players)
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Item Weight: 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B00004WHR4
  • Item model number: 42745
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,959 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
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You won't have to eat live insects, sleep among Malaysian field rats, live on an isolated island for 39 days, or even endear yourself to Sue to enjoy the Survivor Board Game from Mattel. Based on the wildly popular first season of the Survivor TV series, this multiplayer (four to eight adults) game adopts the basic premise of the show as players rely on quick wits, as well as pure luck and the collective vote of the Tribal Council, to become the game's sole survivor. With a plastic replica of the island of Pulau Tiga as its centerpiece and cardholder, the game is played on an illustrated game board and comes complete with 168 game cards in three different categories of questions and riddles, as well as some Pictionary-type cards. The game also includes a special die, 10 playing pieces and stands, nine erasable voting cards, an erasable pen, immunity idol, and an instruction sheet. --Chris Burns

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Product Description Editorial Review You won't have to eat live insects, sleep among Malaysian field rats, live on an isolated island for 39 days, or even endear yourself to Sue to enjoy the Survivor Board Game from Mattel. Based on the wildly popular first season of the Survivor TV series, this multiplayer (four to eight adults) game adopts the basic premise of the show as players rely on quick wits, as well as pure luck and the collective vote of the Tribal Council, to become the game's sole survivor. With a plastic replica of the island of Pulau Tiga as its centerpiece and cardholder, the game is played on an illustrated game board and comes complete with 168 game cards in three different categories of questions and riddles, as well as some Pictionary-type cards. The game also includes a special die, 10 playing pieces and stands, nine erasable voting cards, an erasable pen, immunity idol, and an instruction sheet. --Chris Burn

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Customer Reviews

This game is great fun for those who are playing.
Reinaldo Quiros
Hopefully, you will be playing with someone other than family because it can be hard when deciding who to vote for.
Chris Schriner
Please don't waste your money on this terribly designed, absolute bore of a game.
"melissa8"

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64 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Beau Yarbrough VINE VOICE on November 26, 2000
The "Survivor" board game says on its cover that it's a game for adults, and it means it. The rules aren't overly complicated once each type of card has been drawn once (there's variants on Pictionary, riddles, To Tell the Truth and so forth), although few groups will understand how important the team play in the beginning will be later on.
But it's when the game gets to individual play and people start getting voted off that you have to watch it. Like the previous reviewer, we had one person voting for himself every round, and we had the first person voted out leave in a mock-huff, although she got over it in a few minutes. Since one isn't trapped on an island for a month with fellow players, there's no reason to form alliances other than to "get" other players, and since the game is presumably being played with friends, one should make sure that they're friends who won't be upset if voted out. (In most cases, that means having something else to do once the game ends, or a motivation to keep watching until the tribal council vote at the end between the final two players.)
This isn't a game with long-term replay value -- how long can a fad really last? -- but I expect my family will be playing this at family gatherings through the spring at least.
The board is attractive, with a 3-D green plastic island in the middle of a round board, and the cardboard board is naturally divided into two rings, for team and individual play, with team play being played in the waves around the island, and individual play on the shore.
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Lizzy Miles on November 24, 2000
I do not own this game, but I recently played it at a friend's house. Before you think about playing this, you must ask yourself, "How sensitive are my friends?" As in the TV show, you vote people off the game. Unlike the TV show, you usually would be playing the game with those closest to you. I know someone who voted against themselves every time because they didn't want to hurt anyone's feelings. Aside from the voting issue, while the game was novel and exciting at first, it quickly got boring. Some of the trivia questions are outrageously hard for the average person. (Which I guess merits some educational value.) There are a lot of pieces and cards and rules to this game, and it took three people reading the instructions to figure out what to do. On a positive note, if you absolutely loved the show, and your friends aren't so sensitive, you might enjoy this game the first time you play it. This game is a novelty. I doubt many people will play it more than one time.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Chris Schriner on December 22, 2000
I had received this game as a gift and was a little skeptical as to how well it followed the television show, but must say that I was quite surprised. This board game managed to capture the essence of the hit CBS sitcom. You begin the game by splitting into two teams. You can be on either the Pagong or Tagi team. I played the game with my two brothers and my sister-in-law so there was only four of us. You start out in the surf of Pulau Tiga and move clockwise around the board competing in different challenges and collecting survival items. There are many different challenges. You will be faced with riddles, a pictionary type game, as well as questions relating to your teamates. After you have completed one lap around the island you merge the two teams together and individual play begins. This segment of the game takes place along the beach and the object here is to be the first one around the board. The first one around wins immunity and can not be voted out of the game. When someone wins immunity, tribal council is held and someone must be voted out of the game. Hopefully, you will be playing with someone other than family because it can be hard when deciding who to vote for. Anyway, after someone is voted out of the game play continues in the same manner. It continues in this fashion until there are only two people left in the game. At that point, everyone who was voted out of the game decide who the overall winner will be. We had alot of fun with this game. We played it four times in a row and it was never quite the same game twice. It is all about immunity. Anyway, I recommend getting little candles to represent the torches from the show and snuffing them out after each person is expelled from the game. I also recommend some sort of necklace to represent immunity like the show and it would also be nice if you had the soundtrack from the show playing in the background. Use your imagination and have fun with it.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Lee DeWald on January 10, 2002
The "Survivor Board Game" is one that started out with a good concept. Up to eight players move around the "island," trying to outwit, outplay and outlast their opponents by answering questions, picking up special cards along the way to help with later in the game and trying to win Immunity. Unfortunately, that's where most of the fun ends.
Now don't get me wrong. "Survivor" is a fun game, but you have to play it with the right people; in other words, those who are easily offended and/or aren't good sports about losing should not play this game.
Fun: Strangely, it depends. In my experience with the game, it has never really been that much fun. The people who win all the time want to play it, and those who know they don't have a chance at becoming the "Ultimate Survivor" don't want to play it. People sometimes make things personal while playing this game too, whether they intend to or not. "The only reason you voted me off is because he's your boyfriend, and you didn't want to make him mad." And blah blah blah. Again, the makers of this game came up with a good concept. But I don't think they took this into consideration.
Educational Value: Not much. Most of what happens to you is either based upon chance or luck. And for some of us, if we didn't have bad luck, we'd have no luck at all! Just like in the game, alliances can be formed between people in the game, and this usually determines the same people getting voted out again and again. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to gang up on someone and get that person voted off.
Durability: It's a standard board game, so it'll hold up for a little while.
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