Take A Hike game
©1995, University Games
Ages: 4 and Up
Players: 2 to 4
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# 00000 - 1995 Take A HIke game University Games $14.95
                                 Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1995 Take A HIke game University Games $12.95
                                 Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1995 Take A HIke game University Games $11.95
                                 Acceptable Condition - Sold Out
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1 Game board
1 Spinner
4 Backpack cards
1 Red card
1 Blue card
1 Purple card
1 Yellow card
20 Reusable Critter Stickers
2 Bee stickers
2 Bird stickers
2 Butterfly stickers
2 Duck stickers
2 Frog stickers
2 Grass hopper stickers
2 Ladybug stickers
2 Rabbit stickers
2 Squirrel stickers
2 Turtle stickers
4 Boot playing pieces
1 Red boot
1 Blue boot
1 Purple boot
1 Yellow boot
Rules
DESCRIPTION - from the game
The object of Take A Hike game is for a hiker to be first to reach Camp Fun with all
the Critter Stickers for his/her Backpack.  Kids take a hike through the forest in a
race to fill their backpacks and reach Camp Fun. Players choose which animals they
want to collect, then move around the board collecting those animals. The animals
stick to the backpacks, then peel off so that they can be used over and over again.
Take-a-Hike! is simple enough so that 4 year olds, can quickly learn to play, but
interesting enough to hold older kids' attention, too.
Invented by 5 yr old, Derek Nelson - Winner
1994 National Young Game Inventors Contest
No Reading Required!
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