Jumping Jack is fast, but we’re faster!

Jumping Jack

Bryan Fiveash

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Disclosure: We received Jumping Jack as a gift from Goliath Games.

Jumping Jack from Goliath Games is the first non-video game debut on our new YouTube channel, Deans & Nicoles! (please subscribe!)

The game is simple; after unboxing, the kids were playing it in about a minute. Simply put, depending on where their spin landed, each player takes turns pulling the carrots from Jack’s bunny hill. One carrot pull will make Jack jump, and which carrot is different every time.

If you want to see the game in action, be sure to watch the YouTube video above. Our kids loved it! It’s easy to play and moves quick, so no one ever got bored.

Jumping Jack Product Description

Kids will jump for joy when they play with Jumping Jack?, the world?s cutest bunny! Spin the spinner to see how many carrots you get to pick from Jack?s bunny hill. One of the carrots will make Jack jump, but it?s a different carrot every time.

If he jumps on your turn, you?ll win if you catch him. Or, extra rules let every player try to catch him when he jumps. If no one catches Jack, then the player with the most carrots wins. This delightful preschool game teaches hand-eye coordination, taking turns and quick reactions. From the makers of Gooey Louie, Barbecue Party, and Pop the Pig. For ages 4 and up. 2-4 players.

Game Contents:

  • 1 Bunny Hill
  • 1 Jumping Jack Rabbit
  • 12 Carrots
  • 1 Spinner
  • 4 Baskets
  • 1 Instruction Sheet

Jumping Jack

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