CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Cranium Jam Pack Jam Game
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- Race to pack the trunk full of silly stuff
- Pack a cake, guitar...even the kitchen sink!
- Spring-loaded timer adds suspense
- If time runs out -- stuff goes flying!
- Second-chance rounds so everyone can shine
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How to Play
An interesting twist on high-intensity children's games, Jam Pack Jam is a cross between a 3-D puzzle and a beat-the-clock board game. It only takes two people to play -- but more can join in the fun.
Everything -- Even the Kitchen Sink
With 14 hilarious objects you'd find in a cartoon, Jam Pack Jam includes a birthday cake, a cactus, a skateboard, even a kitchen sink. Made with durable plastic, the car and the trunk items are child-safe and can stand up to long hours of play -- and all the explosions! The game also comes with 35 cards and a score pad.
In 1998, Cranium quickly became the fastest selling independent board game in history. Since then, the Cranium company has developed numerous fun games and products for kids and adults that celebrate and engage a full range of everyone's natural abilities. As their motto goes, "With Cranium, everyone shines!"
What's in the Box
Cranium toy car, 14 toy items, 35 game cards, and score pad.
Top Customer Reviews
I think the inventors dropped the ball on what a really good game this could have been. Once we altered it, it was alot of fun!
My son likes to play this game and is learning to take turns, encouraging others, fine motor skills, and problem solving. This game may not teach a child the important lessons of life or how to divide by pie, but it's aces in my book!! He will even come inside in the evenings and pull it out to play by himself. He's still convinced that all the pieces will fit in the trunk with enough practice (they won't). (But try to tell a 6 year old boy that-they like a challenge.)
Things to know, trunk ejection spring wears out with much forcing of all objects. It still makes a "sproing" sound in the music when the time is up so no concerns there. Do keep the plastic bag to hold all the parts, once the box is opened it won't work for storage. We have been playing the game pretty regularly for 6+ months and haven't replaced the original batteries yet.
I will definately buy more Cranium games in the future!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This keeps my 7 yr. old daughter busy- she tries and tries until she gets it all packed in just right. And it's nice that her 4 yr. old sister can play too, or she can play along. Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by B.Keith
I bought this game off a shelf at a closing toy store for about $10...and I think I got ripped off paying that. This game is just bad... Read morePublished on December 6, 2009 by NoseInBook
So far, my son just plays with all the parts, I am not sure if we will actually play the official game. Read morePublished on January 4, 2009 by Amazon LVR
My niece loves this game. The entire family has played it several times already since it arrived for my niece's Birthday. Recommend this for a nice family night of fun!Published on December 14, 2008 by Cynthia A. Wall
adults and children love this game. not complicated, can play within minutes of opening the box. the more you play, the more skilled you become at packing the vehicle. Read morePublished on February 26, 2008 by henry girls mom
I am a mom of two and have a daycare too. This game was an immediate hit with all age groups!The only downside is the storage problem(it only includes a small ziploc). Read morePublished on January 8, 2008 by camillejames
I have mixed reviews on this Cranium product. Purchased after reading it was a "hot toy" for this season but found I'm rather luke-warm on it. Read morePublished on January 4, 2008 by swan7girl
I bought this for my 7 year old for Christmas. She wasn't that excited about it just seeing it in the box, but once I got her to play she hasn't wanted to stop! Read morePublished on December 27, 2007 by Kelly R.