Once again, the hunter prowls the forest. All the animals flee in terror! Well, not really. Only a dumb animal would call attention to itself. In our forest, the animals are smart, otherwise their heads would be decorating the hunter’s mantelpiece. Our animals just casually saunter away, while convincing the hunter that he must be looking for something else. “Are you hungry for rabbit, Mr. Hunter? Well, you see, I’m a moose. Oh, no, not a moose with antlers like that…”
In this merry game, players take on the roles of rabbits and moose. While the hunter strolls through the forest, players are trying to look like an animal the hunter won’t shoot. And because they do so by making rabbit ears or moose antlers of various shapes on their heads, the spectators enjoy the game as well as the players.
Do not forget this is a CGE game. The game might be funny, but don’t expect it to be too easy. You will need all your wits to run faster than others.
Game contains an easier variant (suitable for children) and a more challenging variant (for veteran animals).
- 6 player cards (1 in each color)
- 15 trail cards
- 111 scoring cards
- 12 wooden figures (1 rabbit and 1 moose in each color)
- 1 sheet with a poem on each side
- 1 rules