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Survivor The Board Game

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Product Description

Board game created from the popular reality TV show.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00009QMRP
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #299,357 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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After a failed attempt to order this game on e-bay, I was glad to finally buy it at a local toy store. The game contains a voting box, a pad of paper for voting, several pencils, a paper with the rules on it, a big stack of challenge cards and, of course, a million dollars (kidding). Sorry, there's no immunity idol. The game follows the rules of Survivor: you compete in two challenges (the second of which the winner gets an immunity idol or necklace) and then go to tribal council where you vote one player off the island. I brought it home and gathered my family together to play- that's when the trouble began.

-Rule #1 (the most important one): ONLY play this game with people that have good senses of humor and that will not get mad if they are voted off. My little sister was very upset when she got the boot. You should probably only pull Survivor out of the closet when friends are over.

-Rule #2: Play with a lot of people. This game requires a "host" as well as four or more players, but playing with eight is more fun (I haven't tried it with the max number, 16). Playing with more people allows a lot more challenges and voting. Also, a lot of the challenges are made for two tribes to compete against each other, and are less fun with just a few people.

-Rule #3: Get creative! The challenge cards are extremely diverse, and include challenges such as "make a musical instrument out of things from nature and play a song with it" and "give an ice cube to each tribe, whoever melts it the fastest wins". Don't expect to sit on your butt the entire time you play this game, you are going to have to get up a lot and find materials for the challenges around the house. Because a lot of the challenges have to do with creativity, the judging is very subjective.
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The actual game is quite boring, to be quite honest. I received the game from a friend in December 2002. I wasn't a huge Survivor fan, so it sat under my bed for about a year and a half. I eventually became a huge fan of Survivor, so I pulled this game out and four of us played it at my sister's graduation party.

Let me just tell you, the actual rules spelled out in the rulebook are soooooooooo boring! The voting/tribal council is probably the funnest part of the game. A lot of the people I've played the game with were fans of Trivia games. So, we just played the Outwit cards and whoever managed to go around the board in a round won immunity. However, it got to the point where we all knew the answers. So, we switched to BLURT cards of all things. I also recall an endurance challenge we held where the final three balanced their playing piece on their hand for as long as possible. I ended up winning that challenge, and, boy, was it a long one. It was, like, 30-minutes long!

Anyway, back on topic. The game I got had this tiny brown marker with little (and I mean little) plastic writing boards in it. These are inefficent. First off, when everyone votes and puts their vote in the pile, the written name tended to erase. So, throw the marker and writing boards away and just use pen and paper. It's easier.

The poster above was right on in the fact that there ARE requirements for this game to be fun. Normally, I don't have parties with more than three people. You at least want to have four people to play this game, but five is probably the best number to have (so that, when it comes time to vote for the final two, there won't be a tie).

Also, you must take into account the type of people you play the game with.
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the game is great but needs adult supervision and prep time. Look thru the cards and pick the challenges before you start the game. You will need time to prepare the challenges and gather the items to play and most important read the rules ahead.

My 8-year-old had a survivor party and the kids loved playing.
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fun game. All ages can play. but need one responsible person to be the host to keep things on track and be the ref.
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