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The game includes fast paced, exciting outdoor activities that send you straight to summer camp, even in the middle of winter! Players will lose themselves and forget they aren’t outdoors as they compete in summer time activities such: Thrill Hill Biking, Wild River Kayaking, Full Throttle Wave Riding and more. Interactive Griefing allows idle players to grief others by knocking down trees and rocks creating in game obstacles that will add hilarious shenanigans to the mix. The brisk gameplay and fantastic variety keep everyone animated, excited and having fun!

Uniquely engineered for each individual system using innovative motion-based gameplay mechanics, Cabela’s Adventure Camp is a blast on any system you decide to play on, be it Kinect™ for Xbox 360®, PlayStation®Move for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system or Wii™ from Nintendo. The controls are simple and easy to learn, even for the youngest of gamers. From children to grandparents, everyone will enjoy the summertime fun.
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