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The Game is Afoot
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Baylor and Natalie competing in San Juan del Sur.
Recurring Survivor Challenge
Description: A recurring Immunity Challenge
Appearances: San Juan del Sur
Cambodia

The Game is Afoot is a recurring challenge of Survivor.

Rules

Using only their feet, contestants must unwind a rope to release blocks that they will use to assemble a three-tiered tower. Once the tower is assembled, they must place a flag in the middle of the tower and the first contestant to do this wins Immunity.

History

The challenge debuted in Survivor: San Juan del Sur, where it was used as the Final 10 Immunity Challenge. After Reed and Keith faltered with their final blocks, Baylor was able to stay steady and win Immunity.

In Survivor: Cambodia, the challenge appeared as the Final 9 Immunity Challenge. Spencer managed to win, ending Joe's Immunity streak after previously winning four consecutive Immunity Challenges.

Winners

Episode Challenge Type Winner
San Juan del Sur
Gettin' to Crunch Time
Individual Immunity S29 baylor t
Baylor Wilson
Cambodia
My Wheels Are Spinning
Individual Immunity S31 spencer t
Spencer Bledsoe

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Trivia

  • The challenge is named after a phrase spoken by Tarzan Smith in One World.
  • Both winners of the challenge were the youngest castaway of their respective season.
  • Both winners of the challenge competed in yellow station.
  • Jeremy Collins and Keith Nale have each competed in this challenge twice. They lost both times.

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