We have always been a board game family, whether it be spending hours on a game of Monopoly or 5 minutes playing Dobble, there is nothing better than having the children laughing and playing alongside you. Sometimes games are a struggle with the age gaps so when one comes along we can all play it really is so much fun!
Funny Bunny is aimed at age 4+ but Amelia loves it and grasped the rules pretty quickly. The aim of the game is that you need to be the first to get your bunny to the top of the hill without falling prey to any of the traps, there is a swing gate, flip up draw bridge and numerous holes you can fall down. A simple click of the carrot is all it takes to lose a bunny!
We love the fact there is no set up at all, the game is a molded plastic hill side with ‘steps’ that disappear when the carrot is turned around. All you need to do to get playing is pop the pre cut cards from the sheets and shuffle them, choose your colour rabbit and get ready at the bottom of the hill for a race to the top!
Starting with the youngest player you take it in turns to take a card and follow the instructions on it. There are options of either clicking the carrot – which means turning it half a turn until it clicks – or there are step cards with either one, two or three steps. If someone else is on the space in front of you you simply skip that step and keep counting. This made it so much easier for Amelia as she is learning her numbers too so really enjoys counting eveyones steps.
Overall we highly recommend this game for all ages as it is a relatively quick and very easy game that everyone can play!
RRP: £19.99 Available from all good toy shop (£14.99 on amazon right now)
We were sent Funny Bunny for the purposes of this review, all views and opinions are our own and genuine.
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