Jake and the Never Land Pirates Never Land Challenge {Review}

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My boys love a challenge and are constantly on the go.  The Never Land Challenge from Wonder Forge is a great game for kids to have their own pirates Olympics!

Never Land Challenge

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Join Jake and the Never Land Pirates for a high-spirited adventure! Grab your pirate gear and crawl, tiptoe, and jump through the vine archways to earn gold doubloons. Each turn offers a chance to prove your playful pirate skills, whether it’s tucking the cannonball under your chin or balancing Jake’s sword on your head. Collect more coins than Captain Hook to win!  Ages 3+   1 or more players


  • Self-confidence and self-discovery
  • Active, up-on-your-feet fun
  • Early reading skills

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Setting up the game definitely requires an adult as the green bar set-up has to be set at the right point for it to stand up straight.  It definitely could be constructed a little better, maybe weighted supports?  I just feel like my boys are constantly bumping into it and then I have to re-set it.  The game itself though is easy to play and understand.  You pick two cards and have to follow those directions, if you succeed you get two gold doubloons, if not Hook gets them.  Once the “Game Over” card has be turned over three times, the game is over and either Hook wins or you win (as a team.)  The challenges are fun and silly and my boys laugh every time.  I would recommend this if you are looking for a game to get your kids moving around.

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BUY IT:  Never Land Challenge can be purchased for a suggested retail price of $19.99 at your local mass retailer, including Toys R Us, Target, Walmart, Amazon, Kohl’s and more.

WIN IT:  (1) US winner will receive the game Never Land Challenge

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Speak Your Mind



  1. shirley zolenski says:

    I like the Minnie Mouse Bow-tique Matching Game

  2. Julie Jones says:

    Spotcha looks fun!

  3. kathy pease says:

    i like What’s in the Cat’s Hat?

  4. Melissa VandenBerg says:

    DC Super Heroes matching game

  5. I would like the The Cat in the Hat — What’s in the Cat’s Hat?™ Game.

  6. rebeka deleon says:

    i like the dr. suess wood alphabet puzzle

  7. Richard Scarry Busy Busy Airport!

  8. Nicole Lancaster says:

    My favorite board game is Busy Busy Airport.

  9. Lisa Sutherland says:

    I would love to try the game Konexi!

  10. amy deeter says:

    Busy, Busy Airport.

  11. I think my son would like all three of them, besides this one also the matching game. he like that sort of games.

  12. Leslie L. Stanziani says:

    My son would also love Who Shook Hook.He is a huge Jake fan(actually Bucky is his favorite).

  13. sandra davis says:

    i like the dazzling princess game

  14. My fave is Spotcha!

  15. Jennifer J says:

    The Joker Fun House Game looks fun. Thanks!!

  16. I think Discovery Garden would be fun for my neices.Thank you for the fun giveaway! 🙂

  17. natalie rose machowski says:

    I love the disneys who shook the hook game

  18. I also like the What’s in the Cat and the Hat game.

  19. Kari Flores says:

    I like “Thanks A Lot!?”, looks like a fun game the whole family can play.

  20. Kathleen Downes says:

    The Joker Fun House Game.

  21. bernadette c says:

    Konexi looks fun!

  22. The Busy, Busy Airport game looks fun.

  23. Jenny Sims says:

    The BusyTown Busy Busy Airport game!

  24. I like Konexi. 😀

  25. My son is learning how to write his name.


  26. Brooke Adametz says:

    What’s In The Cat’s Hat?

  27. busy, busy airport

  28. Stephanie Larison says:

    I love the Minnie Mouse Bow-tique Matching Game

  29. Busy, Busy Airport.

  30. Katie Morris Crider says:

    My youngest is learning to pick up her toys and put them up instead of me doing it for her.

  31. allyson tice says:

    my son recently completed his 30 day book challenge!!

  32. My little one has conquered sharing

  33. My 5 year old daughter can count to 100 by herself : )

  34. My toddler is riding a trike

  35. renee walters says:

    My son just learned how to do a somersault. Thanks!

  36. My son just scored the second highest grade ever on a math test in kindergarten.

  37. My daughter just learned how to begin reading!

  38. Sharon Schoepe says:

    My 4 year old daughter who has Down Syndrome has started to use multi word sentences instead of one word answers. Very proud parents 🙂

  39. Patricia Williams says:

    My guy learned to tie his shoes. Such a proud little boy.

  40. Nikkie Cossairt says:

    My child recently accomplished getting a 100% on his spelling test.

  41. Great giveaway. One of the challenges my youngest grandson has accomplished is a big one. He uses the Potty now. 🙂
    Carol L

  42. kicking a goal during a soccer match