Welcome to CampAntics, the board game of summer camp adventures, mischief, and activities. Each trip around the board is one, very realistic, day at camp – and you decide how many days to play. During your stay at CampAntics, you will win and lose points as you experience the ups and downs of daily life at a great summer camp. The winner is the camper with the most points at the end of the game. Camp rules are user-friendly and progressive. Start with the Rules for New Campers, which are fun to read because they’re in a comic book. After you’ve played a couple of time by these rules, add the Rules for Returning Campers. Then, when you’re ready, add the Rules for Senior Campers. If you’d like to play alone, just follow the Rules for Single Campers.
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