Are you a Survivor superfan? If you love looking at the fine details of the game or are trying to keep track of the ever changing trust clusters, this is the app for you!

Are you a Survivor superfan? If you love looking at the fine details of the game or are trying to keep track of the ever changing trust clusters, this is the app for you!

"Alliance Tracker for Survivor" gives you a fast and convenient way to review who has been voting with who.

I don't know about you, but with all of the tribe swaps, alliance shifts, and game chaos, I have a hard time remembering all of the details of what has been happening in the game from week to week. I made "Alliance Tracker for Survivor" so I would have an easy way to review the voting alignments for previous weeks.

Show History
Survivor is derived from a 1997 Swedish television series called Expedition Robinson. Following its success, in 2000, Mark Burnett collaborated with Charlie Parsons (who developed Expedition Robinson) to create the U.S. version, which they entitled Survivor. Initially, Burnett looked for a television network who would buy the concept, but was unsuccessful, until CBS accepted the offer.

The American series debuted in May 31, 2000, which amassed huge international success, which prompted Burnett and Parsons to produce more seasons after it.

Following the American franchise, other countries have produced their own versions of the series. The rights to these franchises are bought from Parsons' Castaway Television Productions.

In Survivor: All-Stars, the novel and film Lord of the Flies was said to be an inspiration of the series.

The Survivor series is considered to be the pioneer of the Reality Television genre, spawning several reality shows with completely different premises, either competition-based, or chronicling a famous person's daily life.

The show's premise is to subject sixteen to twenty strangers to a remote location, stripped away of most comforts in life such as food and technology. These contestants would be undergo challenges and physical and mental fatigue for 39 days. Divided in to teams called "tribes", the castaways must construct a new world while battling the elements and one another. Every few nights, the tribe that loses an Immunity Challenge would go to Tribal Council and must vote one of their own off the island. At a certain point, what remains from the original tribes would merge into one final tribe where they will compete for a seat at the Final Tribal Council, where the most recently eliminated castaways will ultimately decide which of the final few would earn the title of Sole Survivor and its accompanying $1,000,000 prize.

The series' motto, Outwit, Outplay, Outlast, is the three key factors to ensure victory in the game. "Outwit" is the strategic factor, where a contestant must cleverly make it through the game as unscathed as possible. To "Outplay" is to consider the other contestants and how to assimilate and/or manipulate them. "Outlast" stands for surviving as many days as possible.

To know about Survivor's rules, refer to the Survivor Rulebook page.

Sixteen to twenty strangers will be marooned in an unforgiving territory where they will be divided into teams called "tribes". According to Jeff Probst, the standard sixteen-castaway format is implemented to make the viewers get to know each contestant more; but in seasons with more than sixteen contestants, Probst explained that the expanded cast is to have "wiggle room" in case of unprecedented events such as medical evacuations and voluntary exits.

Given a pre-determined amount of tools and supplies, the tribes would then proceed to their camps, which they will inhabit on for the next 39 days. These tools are usually limited to a machete, a cooking pot and water canteens. In some seasons, contestants are given limited food supplies such as rice and fruits. Otherwise, they have to rely on available flora and fauna for nourishment.

What’s New

Version 1.40.200520

Improved stability

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

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You made a game that takes two minutes to play with not interesting facts and only two seasons to look at for stats not 39! Looks like someone is very lazy. If I ever made a game about Survivor it would have all the seasons not just two I mean that is just terrible for a person who creates games just bad you can do better than it. I am disappointed in your terrible game I love Survivor but this is bad.

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