Funny Bunny is a quick play 3D action game for 2-4 children ages 4 and up. Players hop the bunny hill in a race to the top to see who can get to the big, juicy carrot first. They have to be careful not to fall into a rabbit hole on their way up the hill and miss their chance at the prize.
Hop to the Carrot
Funny Bunny is an engaging adventure game for young children that older family members will enjoy as well. No reading is necessary, except for the word "Click", which appears on some of the bunny cards instructing players to twist the giant carrot located at the top of the hill until it clicks. Each twist of the carrot opens up bunny holes on the hill, providing obstacles to getting to the top. The game board is a green hill on which players place and move their rabbit figures, hopping from one open space to the next and trying to avoid open holes that prevent them from getting to the top before their competitors.
Game Play Sharpens Early Learning Skills
Players must move their bunnies up the hill according to the number of spaces illustrated by action cards that show a rabbit hopping over one, two or three spaces. As players try to hop up the hill on the 3D game board, they utilize basic counting skills, color identification and recognition and fine motor skills. The game also introduces young children to goal-setting, competition, cause-and-effect and turn-taking. In addition, it provides a social opportunity for children, friends and family to engage with one another.
3D Action Game Fosters Independent Play
A game of positive social interaction for children just beginning to play games, Funny Bunny provides a 3D play experience that actively engages young players. The bunny figure tokens enhance a child's emotional connection to the game and, since Funny Bunny requires almost no reading, kids can play the game independently of older siblings or parents and build their self-confidence.
What's In The Box?
1 green 3D game board with rotating carrot, 16 bunnies in 4 colors, 24 action cards, 1 set of instructions.
Ravensburger HistoryRavensburger Spieleverlag GmbH is a German game company and market leader in the European jigsaw puzzle market.
The company was founded by Otto Robert Maier with seat in Ravensburg, a town in Upper Swabia in southern Germany. He began publishing in 1883 with his first author contract. He started publishing instruction folders for craftsmen and architects, which soon acquired him a solid financial basis. His first board game appeared in 1884, named "Journey around the world".
At the turn of the 20th century, his product line broadened to include picture books, books, children’s activity books, Art Instruction manuals, non-fiction books, and reference books as well as children’s games, Happy Families and activity kits. In 1900, the Ravensburger blue triangle trademark was registered with the Imperial Patent office. As of 1912, many board and activity games had an export version that was distributed to Western Europe, the countries of the Danube Monarchy as well as Russia.
Before the First World War, Ravensburger had around 800 products. The publishing house was damaged during the Second World War and continued to produce games in the years of the reconstruction. The company focused on children's games and books and specialized books for art, architecture and hobbies, and from 1962 grew strongly. The company started to produce jigsaw puzzle games in 1964, and in the same year opened subsidiaries in Austria, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. In 1977 the company split into a book publishing arm and a game publishing arm.
Today there are approximately 1,800 available books and 850 games as well as puzzles, hobby products and CD-ROM titles at Ravensburger and its subsidiaries, which include Alea for "hobby and ardent game players" and FX Schmid for games and children's books. Ravensburger products are exported to more than fifty countries.
In September 2010, Ravensburger broke Educa's record for the world's largest jigsaw puzzle of 24,000 pieces. Ravensburger's new puzzle design by late pop artist Keith Haring titled, 'Keith Haring: Double Retrospect' breaks the Guinness Book of World Records measuring 17' × 6' built from 32,256 pieces and comes with its own dolly cart for toting.