Giveaway: Bunny Jump by University Games

Bunny Jump Game

Grace recently has been using magazines in school to cut out items that she would like for her birthday and sticking them onto a piece of paper and bringing this selection home. Well it just so happens that she had cut out Bunny Jump game.

A week later we was asked to review this game, and of course I said yes, to Grace’s surprise this was waiting for her one day after school ready to play. She was greatly surprised.

Bunny Jump from University Games is the exciting catch-the-bunny game that is aimed at age 5+. This is perfect for Grace and Jake and they are five and eight.

The cute little bunny is sitting guarding his carrots all day. Can you pull the carrots from the field without making the bunny jump?!

How to play Bunny Jump

The contents of the box:-

4x coloured baskets
12x Carrots

First we needed to set up the game. We inserted the carrots into the wholes in the field, then added the bunny to the top pushing down securing into position.

Each player now selects their coloured basket they would like.

Youngest player takes their turn first by spinning the spinner to determine the outcome of their turn.

The spinner has four outcomes –
Pull 1 carrot
Pull 2 carrots
Miss a Turn
Bad Luck – The rabbit eats 1 of your carrots, remove 1 from your basket and place to the side.

You need to try and avoid frightening the Bunny who is sat safely on top of his burrow, while pulling out carrots from his field!

Watch out as one of the carrots will make the bunny jump into the air and everyone needs to try and catch it.

The end of the game is when the bunny jumps out of the field. The player who collects the most carrots when the game ends is the winner.

Our Thoughts

Bunny Jump has been a great game to play, quick and fun game that has kept Jake and Grace entertained over and over again.

We would highly recommend this game and I would say it could also be suited for younger players too if playing as a family.

The game is suited for 2-4 players and we had 3 players and this worked really well. Bunny Jump is available from Amazon

Mummy H, Jake & Grace


University Games have kindly given us another Bunny Jump game to give away to one lucky winners. If you would like a chance to win, just enter the Rafflecopter giveaway form below.

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164 Thoughts to “Giveaway: Bunny Jump by University Games”

  1. Tracy B

    Carrots because I can eat them cooked or raw, they help me see in the dark and Ruby my house bunny loves to share them with me

  2. Kyomi Johnson

    Potatoes because they are so versatile you can do so many different meals with them.

  3. Diana

    Potatoes are my favourite! Goes with so many different meals and… well, who doesn’t love them!

  4. Nicola Marshall

    My favourite is potatoes because they are so versatile and I love chips!

  5. Rachel B

    Potatoes. Basically the best vegetable in the world. Chips, roast potatoes and mash are all delicious!

  6. Simone Griffin

    I actually really love sprouts as they have a lovely strong flavour x


    My favourite has to be mushrooms. They are delicious either when raw or when cooked and can be used in lots of different recipes.

  8. Steven Beasley

    I love sprouts. Love the flavor. No other veg comes close

  9. Jamie Millard

    Carrot. Versatile, non offensive and one of the few i can eat without a fight.

  10. Debbie Winstanley

    Onions- so versatile and easy to use and they add flavour to everything. Onions can completely transform a dish. Weirdly I went off onions so much during pregnancy with my eldest son that even the smell made me feel really unwell and even a bit of onion powder as an ingredient in something was vile. And my eldest son has always had a real hatred of onions, whereas my other two children love them.

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