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A Survivor game night is an event inspired by the popular reality TV show "Survivor." It involves a group of people competing in various physical, mental, and social challenges to outlast their opponents and become the ultimate survivor. The game is typically played over several hours or days and can be adapted to suit the interests and preferences of the group.
Ways to Play
Tribal Council Cook-Off: Divide your guests into two or more tribes and challenge them to a cooking competition using only ingredients found in nature. You can provide them with basic cooking equipment and a campfire or portable grill to make their dishes.
Obstacle Course Challenge: Set up an obstacle course in your backyard or nearby park and have your guests compete against each other to see who can complete it the fastest. Make sure to include physical challenges like crawling under ropes, climbing over walls, and balancing on beams.
Team Puzzle Challenge: Give each tribe a set of puzzles to solve, and see who can complete them first. You can choose from jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles, or any other type of brain-teasing game.
Scavenger Hunt: Create a list of items that each tribe must find in the wilderness, such as rocks, leaves, or specific types of plants. The tribe that collects all of the items on the list first wins.
Fire-Making Challenge: Teach your guests how to start a fire without matches or a lighter, and have them compete to see who can build the best fire. You can provide them with flint and steel, magnifying glasses, or other tools to help them start the fire.
Endurance Challenge: Have your guests compete in a physical endurance challenge, such as holding a plank position for as long as possible, doing as many push-ups as possible in a set amount of time, or holding a heavy weight above their heads for as long as possible. The last person standing wins.
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