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Store:  Strategy Games
Theme:  Survival / Rescue
Format:  Board Games

Outdoor Survival


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Players
2-4

Designer(s): James F Dunnigan

Manufacturer(s): Avalon Hill

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Product Description

For two, three, or four players or teams (and any number of Kibitzers) Outdoor Survival is more than just a game. Indoors, at home or in camp, it teaches what there is to know about getting along away from civilization--or sharpens whatever knowledge and skills players may have, for when they may be needed in real life.

It's actually five games, all played on the game board representing approximately 13,200 squre miles of woods, rough terrain, mountains, plains, rivers, lakes. Each of the game situations allows for adaption to suit the players' ideas. What each player knows--or wants to learn--becomes quickly evident as he decides which way to go, where to look for food and water, what risks to take.

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Average Rating: 5 in 1 review


 
 
 
 
 
Awesome family game.
July 11, 2003

Years of play when I was a kid brought the entire family closer to one another, we loved it.

On lazy summer nights we would play the various scenarios. The favorate was to try to survive the trek across the entire board. Every now & then I'd win, sometimes come in second, or (gulp) maybe not even make it at all. SOmetimes losing was as much fun as winning if you could pull off some spectacular feat, such as travelling accross the desert, or the mountains in a high-risk move to cut-off the other guy. I miss it !

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