Rabbit Rally Game
What is more tempting to an adorable little bunny than a big, delicious, juicy carrot? Unfortunately, all the carrots grow on a different island from the bunnies--and the bunnies can't swim! Fortunately, they are pretty well versed in bridge building! In this cute game of estimating, players take turns rolling the die to determine which building plank they will use, and then set a "stone" at the distance they think that plank will reach. Guess right? Move your bunny across the bridge to the stone? Overestimate? Your bridge plank falls in the water and you are stuck where you are. Underestimate the distance? You made it to the stone, but think how much further you could have gone! Another player may beat you to the biggest golden carrot! With sturdy, colorful wood and cardboard pieces and unique, simple game play, this game is one the kids will pull out repeatedly! 2-4 players, game play is approximately 15 minutes.
Rabbit Island is an exciting place. A giant golden carrot shimmers on the horizon and it's time to harvest the carrots. Unfortunately the golden carrot and other delicious carrots are on a different island in the lake and the poor rabbits don't know how to swim. But wait, one clever rabbit has an idea to sink big stones in the water in order to create a bridge between the islands with boards and planks! Each rabbit quickly starts to build their own bridge, and tries to be the first to reach the giant golden carrot. Unfortunately there aren't enough boards for all the bridges, so all the rabbits need to use the same bridge pieces. A player who overestimates the length of the planks must stand still and watch the other rabbits hop past on their way to the carrot island. So pay attention and start guessing and building! Encourages spatial thinking! A challenging & fun, guessing game for 2 to 4 players, ages 4 to 99 years old. Contents: 4 rabbits, 3 wooden carrots (in three different sizes), 6 bridge pieces, 5 gray stones, 1 carrot island, 1 starting island, 1 color dice, 1 set of instructions.