With memories of Easter still in our minds and having recovered from any chocolate comas brought on by the copious amounts of these creamy sweet confections that we had consumed our thoughts slowly jumped back and forth reminding us of the fun filled weeks we had enjoyed.  With the Easter holidays now officially over and the normality of life setting in yet again were were pleased to bring with us something that all the family have had a chance to enjoy over the holiday period.  Okay, we might need to rephrase that slightly to include all except daddy as he has difficulty releasing his inner child where as mummy has the opposite problem of struggling to contain hers.  This bringer of fun and laughter takes the form of a game called Bunny Jump from University Games.  This was a recent addition to our toys collection (note how I said our!).

Bunny Jump is a fast paced game of luck that also tests reaction speed, patience and self control of those that are maybe not so great at losing (the least said about that the better).  We played this game for hours and hours and hours and have a fantastic time tugging at carrots and catching the cheeky bunny that jumped at us from its burrow when we least expected it to protect its carrots.  Watch out those as this little chap is pretty fast rather like our bunnies who felt that they should also make an appearance in the post.

This is such a simple game yet really great fun and it didn’t take long for the children to get into the swing of playing this.  They also became pretty good at catching that bunny when it decided to jump.  Mr Squishy also thought this was a great game and his giggles of laughter as well as the girls could be heard throughout the house.  Naturally I was in on the action too except for when I was taking pictures and a video for you guys so you can see how easy it is too play and how much fun it is!  After take 20 something we had a video that was acceptable to post – don’t ask how many days that took just be warned videoing kids isn’t an easy task!

We wanted to show everyone how much fun this simple game can be.  Here the girls will show tell you how to play and actually play the game too:

This was a winner with my family and something we play with almost every day!  The game is suitable for ages 4+ years and is for 2 to 4 players.  The SRP is £19.99 and this game can be found at Toys R Us, Argos, Tesco and Amazon.  I found this for £14.99 at John Lewis, Tesco Direct and Argos so I’d go with one of those to save a few pounds!

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43 thoughts on “Bunny Jump from University Games”

  1. Aww, this game is so cute and it looks like such a fun one to play with a big range of ages. I can see why it is is so popular in your house and it’s just too bad Daddy can’t release his inner child enough to enjoy playing as well.

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  2. aww this is such a sweet game! we are big game players in our house and are always on the look out for new games so I will definitely be entering the competition, and those real bunnies are adorable! xx

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  3. Haha I love it when a toy is just not limited to the kiddos Haha. And you just have to emphasize with the kids that it’s ‘ours’ not yours alone. Must really be a brilliant game if you played it for hours.

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  4. We hear that mama! It’s really difficult making reviewing videos with kids! Sounds like a great game and way to continue with having fun after the Easter Holidays x

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  5. What a fun game! I can remember being your girl’s age .. and spent hours with my best friend playing games like this. I’ll keep an eye out for it at Target .. it would be a fun one to play with my grandson!

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