This game is much like the well-known, Classic Jenga game. I’ve never seen one of these type of games with an Easter slant before, but it’s hyper cute with carrot shaped logs and a cute bunny topper. Players take turns removing carrot-shaped blocks from the stack until someone topples the whole tower (and bunny) over. This is a good game to help kids develop dexterity and turn-taking, not to mention patience.
I don’t love how this game is made in China, but it is made with sustainable Paulownia wood, commonly used in reforestation for areas under ecological stress and non-toxic, kid-friendly paints, so that’s good.
Because of small parts this game is not considered safe for kids under the age of 3 years, though I’d go so far as to say kids under the age of six may have issues with this game – I’ve seen kids under six play Jenga and they usually just get really annoyed if it’s played for real and not used simply to practice stacking.