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Jake and The Neverland Pirates Who Shook Hook Board Game

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  • Take back the treasures from Captain Hook but don't wake him up!
  • Promotes hand-eye coordination
  • 30 minutes Playing Time
  • 2-4 players
  • Ages 4+
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Technical Details
Item Weight771 g
Product Dimensions6.6 x 40 x 26.7 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:4 - 8 years
Item model number01083
Main Language(s)English
Number of Game Players2 to 4
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Colormulti-colored
  
Additional Information
ASINB007B7LTVY
Best Sellers Rank 14,293 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight771 g
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Date First Available19 July 2013
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

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Captain Hook is snoozing in his hammock, surrounded by all the treasure he's nabbed from Jake and the pirate crew. Use the sword, fishing pole, tweezers, or shovel to pluck a piece of treasure! But steady as she does - you need to grab the loot without sending Hook tumbling into the water. Collect the most treasures to win!

Box Contains

1 x game board
1 x spinner
4 x movers
4 x mover bases
2 x tree trunks & tops
1 x hammock
4 x rubber bands
1 x Captain Hook figure
3 x barrels
3 x Tiki heads
3 x bags
3 x treasure chests
1 x leaf tweezers
1 x fishing pole
1 x shovel
1 x sword
1 x game rules manual

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Chris Hall TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 Oct. 2013
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The Disney 'Who Shook Captain Hook?' Game is a board game that's aimed at kids from around four years-old and upwards. Due to the relative simplicity of the game, children older than say seven or eight probably won't get much from it. But for the little 'uns, it's a game that they will almost certainly get hours and hours of enjoyment from.

Inside the box you get the colourful board itself which unfolds to around 50cm x 37cm (so not huge), along with a spinning-wheel (which is used instead if a dice), four 'Jake and the Never Land Pirates' characters for the players (so it's suitable for 2-4 players), the plastic palm tree/hammock set-up, the treasure grabbing implements, a plastic Captain Hook along with his various pieces of brightly coloured treasure.

The idea behind the game is simple. You spin the wheel to move around the board, and depending on what space you land on, you attempt to remove a piece of treasure that's placed on Captain Hook's hammock, using one of the four implements - all without knocking Captain Hook off. The winner is whoever has collected the most pieces of treasure without waking old Hooky!

The board and pieces are all made from reasonably durable materials (thick card for the board and hard moulded plastic for the treasure etc). This is pretty important when you're leaving it in the hands of young kids - after all, you want it to last more than a few weeks!

Fun-wise...our kids (twins who are just shy of four years old) absolutely love it. They've played it loads (must be a good twenty times by now) since we had it. Although the idea behind the game is pretty simple, the challenge of removing the treasure seems to keep them entertained, and they ask to play it at least 2-3 times a week!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Great White VINE VOICE on 17 Oct. 2013
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This game is not an original idea because it is like a cross between Don't wake Dad, Buckaroo and beware the spider, but it is fun and sometimes tension filled. Premise is simple, hook is sleeping and as you move round the board, you have to take treasure and place it in the net, however one false move and Hook is sent sprawling out of his hammock and the person who knocked him out of it is out of the game. Now playing with little kids will be upsetting as kids don't like to lose and my son was knocking off hook every time which upset him and left him roaring for mins. Kids who love Peter Pan and also Jake and the never-land pirates will love to play this game. Personally i think it would have been better to have tick tock included and have hook fall onto tick tock would have been better to play, but that said, this is a fun game for kids (and big kids) who can take losing without waterworks or temper tantrums.
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By Neil Goodacre TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Nov. 2013
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We play a lot of board games in my house so I knew when I opened this up that it was going to face stiff competition. However, it looked like it could be a winner at even that early stage. The first thing that strikes you is the quality of the components. There's a model of a sleeping Captain Hook which is chunky, solid and well-painted. Then there's a sturdy, brightly-coloured board with a couple of plastic palm trees on it and a hammock. The hammock is suspended between the palm trees and then Captain Hook is balanced on it. That's the easy bit.

From there, I thought this was going to be like a game I used to play at my nan's called Tiltin' Milton where the idea was to add stuff onto his hammock without upsetting its slumbering occupant. Here's it's the opposite of that. You have to add the items to the hammock in the setup stage and then they are removed during play, making a little bit more like Operation. There are different kinds of treasures available in a variety of colours. Balancing them all around Hook is a bit tricky but if you add two items at a time you can keep it balanced. Then, play begins.

There are four counters representing different characters from Jake and the Neverland Pirates but it's not a show we're used to in my house and they're not really relevant. Counters would have done, but then, the production values are high and the sturdy cardboard pieces add character. Unlike other balance games like Buckaroo, there's a board to this one, although it's a circuit, there's no race to the finish. Players take it in turns to spin a whirligig that gives them a number (again, a dice would have done but they've gone for the big show here). You move that number of spaces and you check the space you're on.
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By Clare VINE VOICE on 19 Nov. 2013
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I played this with children aged 4 and 5 years old. I got it to use with a small group to develop fine motor movements (the hook, tweezers, shovel and sword tools in the game which are used to collect treasure looked ideal.) I ended up playing this game over and over with different children as they all loved trying to get the treasure and thought it was hilarious when Hook fell off.

Th game has a very simple premise, travel around the board using a spinner to tell you how many spaces to move. Landing on different squares tells you how/what treasure to collect(a specific colour or type of treasure or using a specific tool). You collect the treasure from Hook's hammock where he is sleeping. You have to remove it carefully so that the hammock doesn't tip and spill Hook into the water below where the crocodile is waiting.

The game is easy to assemble, the palm trees which hold the hammock easily slide into place (and back out when you want to put away) and then 4 small elastic bands hold the hammock on, letting it rock when touched. The 4 tools are made of plastic (the hook is the flimsy-est but is fine if children aren't bending/chewing it) as are the treasures.

If you don't want to use the trail on the board it's also easy to adapt to a turn taking game trying to get treasure. I would definitely keep playing this game and recommend trying it.
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