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Escape From Scorpion Island
Rollin' Thunder, one of the games on the Duyfken ship

Escape From Scorpion Island returns for series two of the most nail-biting game show on earth!

The games

This year's challenges will be more daring and exciting than ever before, as the Island pushes the adventurers to their extremes in challenges such as Skyhigh Scramble, Fearfall, Decks of Doom, and One Last Gasp…


The challenges and stunts the kids must tackle are like nothing else on children's television!


Tandem Skydive

Adventurers land on the island in the most dramatic fashion yet – by tandem skydive! The two teams leap from a plane 4,000 metres above the earth and fall at speeds of up to 200 kph.


One False Move

Suspended in mid air, at the mercy of their team mates – the adventurers must carefully remove sticks from a huge tower without toppling the whole stack into the river below.



Adventurers are dangled over the water's edge and into the wash of the waterfall. Their aim – to collect enough suspended coconuts to win the game.


Decks of Doom

In a head to head race to the finish point, the adventurers must work together in a treacherous three-legged race with a difference… Without falling into the river below!


Above and Beyond

Adventurers are flung into the air at terrifying speeds and must race against the clock to solve puzzles before crashing back to earth.


Rollin' Thunder

Adventurers must hold on to a giant spindle as they are rolled from the spectacular Duyfken Boat.


One Giant Leap...

The adventurers run upriver and hurl themselves off the top of a waterfall. Suspended in mid air, they must then smash as many skulls as they can.


Skyhigh Scramble

Teams Sting and Claw compete for choice of camp by scrambling up skyhigh rungs.



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