The Oregon Trail: Hunt For Food Card Game from Pressman. Beware as you embark on this treacherous journey! In the Oregon Trail: Hunt For Food Card Game, you must work together with your fellow travelers to collect 600 pounds of meat. However, you will face many deadly threats during your hunt you might get written by a snake, break your leg, or get trapped by obstacles and never make it back to the trail. In this game, each role can be a life or death matter. For example, as a team, you must really one or two to kill a bear with these odds, you must determine the best way to reach 600 pounds of meat. If at least one member of your party survives to collect 600 pounds of meat, everyone wins. It’s harder than it sounds.
Despite these obstacles, rest assured that this team dynamic game will bring you and your fellow comrades closer than ever as you trek along the Oregon Trail. For ages 12 and up along with 2 to 4 players the possibilities are endless. Will you kill a bison? Or die from drowning? Your fate depends on the strategic skills, teammates, and even your dice. So the contents of this box are 108 hunting cards, 24 supply cards, six dice, 12 bullet tokens, 1 Hunter playing piece, 1 plastic playing piece stand, and illustrated instructions.
My Opinion: I was such a fan of this game on the computer in the 1980s and this just brought me back to sixth grade when it was played in the classroom by various students. So reminded me of my childhood and I found this game easy to follow and also you heaven to work as a team together to win at this source a great team building work game or anywhere you’re trying to get a group of people to come together and relax, get comfortable and have fun of course.
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