Wednesday, November 26, 2008


So..there is this show on Sci-Fi which incorporates the game "Man hunt" and gives away money for completing tasks. Where the hell do I sign up. I didn't know about this until my loyal Bru Cru Member Saucy aka Manny, aka the Partner In Crime told me about it...so shout outs to him. The show derives from some Japanese game show. Hell, anything that involves money, I'm down for it.

Rules of the Game-
10 contestants are released onto a playing field (called a "game board" in the context of the show). They are set a series of challenges, called "missions," for which they may earn "utilities" (see below). All the while, they must avoid being tagged by the shows resident hunters, more of whom are introduced onto the board as the game progresses; if tagged by the hunter, the contestant is "captured" and eliminated from the game, without winning any money.

Contestants earn money by finding "money flags" around the game board, each of which is worth bonus money. Each flag is worth $1,000, and there are 25 flags, thus a total of $25,000 available to be found.

During the game, additional twists may be introduced by the host, such as making it easier for hunters to find contestants for a period of time for failing a mission, offering an opportunity to accept a guaranteed sum of money in exchange for leaving the game, or declaring a certain area of the game board off-limits.

The game lasts a total of 60 minutes. Towards the end of that time, the host will reveal the location of an "exit point," or finish line. The first contestant to reach the exit point wins $25,000 in addition to any money flags collected; the others win nothing, unless they accepted a buy-out. If nobody finds the exit point within the 60 minutes, nobody wins.


Muh.Wran.Duh said...

Never heard of it but sounds interesting....

Funny that it'd be on the Sci-Fi Channel though...

Mr Bru Cru said...

That's what I said...this shit couldve been on MTV LOL