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You are Leonardo DiCaprio or another non-bear humanoid just going about your day when a goddamn bear appears and tries to eat you.

Don't let it eat you.

Take turns telling your friends exactly how the bear tries to eat them and then listen to them try to desperately avoid getting eaten. Then let the Jenga tower decide what happens.

That's it. That's the whole game.


You will need:

  • Access to the rulesheet for reference (but honestly you'll probably only need that for the first game)
  • A Jenga tower
  • 1-5 friends who don't want to be eaten by bears
  • Probably some snacks or something I don't know, I'm not your dad

Inside this download you will find:

  • A one (1) page PDF with the game rules
  • Another one (1) page PDF with the same rules but different prompts that are suitable for young audiences

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Updated 19 days ago
StatusReleased
CategoryPhysical game
Rating
(3)
AuthorChris Bissette
GenreRole Playing
Tagsbears, jenga, party-game

Purchase

Buy Now$2.00 USD or more

In order to download this grizzly offering you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2 USD. You will get access to the following files:

LTR-ExitPursuedByABear.pdf 160 kB
LTR-ExitPursuedByABear-KidFriendly.pdf 157 kB

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Community Copies

Part of the Community Copy Initiative

Each purchase of Exit, Pursued by a Bear helps somebody who can't otherwise afford it grab a free copy. If you want the game but it's out of your budget - for whatever reason - please feel free to download one of the Community Copies.

If there are no Community Copies left and you still want the game but can't buy it, reach out to me on Twitter and I'll hook you up, no questions asked.

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Played this game on facetime with a group of friends. We substituted the jenga set with d20s and rolling death saves. Absolutely great game!