Bunny Jump Review and Giveaway

My eldest is mad about bunnies so
was quite keen about our latest University Games review delivery.

Bunny
Jump
is easy to play, you have a spinner that lets you know how many
carrots you need to take (0, 1 or 2) or you could lose a carrot. If you are stealing the bunny’s carrots then
you need to be prepared for when he might jump and try your best to catch
him! The winner is the player with the
most carrots in their little basket at the end of the game.

I like the extra challenge of
trying to catch the bunny; if you manage it you are awarded with two carrots
from another player! So it pays to be
prepared that he could jump at any moment. 
My reaction speed is not the best so the boys usually had the most luck
at that part of the game!

Happily for me this game uses no
batteries, which is always a welcome bonus. 
It is pitched at children 5+ according to the box but I would say children
younger would also enjoy this game; it does not take long to play Bunny Jump so
suits even those with the shortest of attention spans. Although I do think it helps develop
concentration levels because everyone is so keen to be the official bunny
catcher!!!

It seems a quality game the
pieces are a good size and easy to manage, the baskets are a bit on the small
side for the size of the carrots but I am willing to be forgiving because in terms of game play this was
such a hit with the boys.


If you would like to win Bunny Jump please fill out
the form below by the 28th of January. If you win you could always hang on to it for Easter as a treat
instead of chocolate.
Win Bunny Jump Game

272 thoughts on “Bunny Jump Review and Giveaway

  1. My little niece would love this game. She has a huge indoor bunny and is obsessed with him lol. She has also been really good at being a big sister to her new little sister born on the 2nd january. Would be great to give her something to make her feel special too xx

  2. This Bunny game looks super cute,I love playing games with my grandchildren,they range in age from 3 to 6 so most games they can all play together.Fingers crossed I can add this to our games shelf x

  3. Looks great fun and something to entertain the great-niece (who will probably know what she needs to do) and the great-nephew (who'll like watching us play it – as he's a bit young yet). Thanks for the chance.

  4. My daughter has asked for this for her birthday! So would be fab to win! Thanks for the chance πŸ™‚

  5. This looks like an easter version of pop up pirate which I used to love as a kid. Would love to win this for when my niece's come to visit πŸ™‚

  6. This reminds me of Pop Up Pirate that I loved as a kid, so my nephew would really enjoy playing this. (@PeanutHog)

  7. Looks amazing and excellent fun! My daughter would love it :)Love the review by the way – even if I don't win I'll have to buy it!! Thanks for the opportunity πŸ™‚

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