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Ravensburger Funny Bunny

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Brand: Ravensburger

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      12.08.2013 21:27
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      good for young children

      Ravensburgers Funny Bunny is a very fun and easy to understand game.

      The game is based around a big hill shape. The hill is made from plastic and there is a path of beige pathing stones which go around the hill and up to the large carrot in the centre. I love how this looks as it is 3D and very detailed.

      Although most of the paving stones are fixed to the board, there are stones spread across which move meaning one stone may disappear and there will be a hole in its place. The holes location changes everytime someone twists the carrot. I like this as I think it makes the game unique.

      The aim of the game is to be the first player to get all four bunnys to the big carrot.

      Each player must choose a colour of bunnys from either purple, yellow, pink and light blue. I like these colours as they are not the usual game colours and the bunnys are rather cute.

      To start the game a player must take a card. The card will either have a bunny and paving stones (1, 2, or 3) or a very happy looking carrot. If you had a bunny and 2 paving stones you can move 1 bunny 2 spaces on the board. If you have a carrot you twist it and if a bunny is on the hole it will fall down and must start again from the beginning.

      The carrot is easy to twist but if you don't hold the board down all the bunnys fall off and you lose your place.

      You must continue this in turns until all bunnies have reached the carrot, first group there is the winner.

      I think the cards are good as it is easy for young children to understand. The only problem is that they always run out before the end so you have to shuffle them.

      The game is aimed at 5 to 10 year olds but I think this is way too old. They may enjoy it at that age but I have played it with a three year old and she had no problems understanding it. Personally, I would say it is more for 3 to 8 year olds.

      I really like this game and enjoy playing it with my cousins. Our favourite part is watching the bunnies fall down the hole (as long as it's not our own bunny!)


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