Saturday, March 23, 2019

Jumping Jack Great for an Easter Gift from Goliath Games US

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.
Our little ones are so excited for Easter. We have been playing this adorable game Jumping Jack from Goliath. Jumping Jack is a fun game to play with preschoolers.

During the play of Jumping Jack players will spin the spinner to see how many carrots each of them get to pick from Jack's Bunny Hill. One of their carrots will make Jack jump, but it will be a different carrot every time. When he jumps the player will win if he catches Jack. There are extra rules that allow every player to try to catch Jack when he jumps. If none of the players catch Jack then the player with the most carrots will win.

Jumping Jack is recommended for children ages 4 and up. It is for two to four players. This cute little preschool game will teach little ones hand and eye coordination, taking turns and about reacting quickly.
This is such a fun little game to begin the spring season and prepare for Easter with little ones. It has quickly become our little girls favorite game.

Contents of the game include:

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

    Goliath Games markets brands such as Rummikub, Triominos, Rolit, Wordsearch, Pop the Pig, Doggie Doo, Gooey Looey, Robofish, Domino Rally and many more sold under the flag of Goliath. Currently Goliath owns and operates offices in France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, USA (Goliath LLC and Pressman), Canada, Hong Kong and Australia (Crown & Andrews). Their head office (R&D, financial administration and logistics) is located in the Netherlands, from where they export to approximately 70 countries world-wide. The Goliath slogan is ‘Clever Together!’ this applies to their products that combine fun and wittiness, as well as the internal processes of creating and marketing them.

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