The Oregon Trail: Hunt For Food Instructional Video

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 bitten by a snake, break your leg, or get trapped by obstacles and never make it back to the trail.

In this game, each roll can be a life-or-death matter. For example, as a team, you must roll a 1 or 2 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.
Luckily, if you have our original The Oregon Trail Card Game, you can play this game as an extension or on its own. This add-on feature will allow you to carry your food and supplies to our original game. However, if you die in this game, both games are over.

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. With 2-6 players, ages 12 and up, the possibilities are endless. Will you kill a bison? Or die from drowning? Your fate depends on your strategic skills, teammates, and even your dice.

Are you up for the challenge? Bring this classic computer game to life and gather your fellow travelers for The Oregon Trail: Hunt for Food Card Game, exclusively at Target.

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