Jungle Jump Up Game
Learn about rare and exotic jungle creatures, then shoot them!
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This vibrant scene, presumably somewhere deep in the jungle of Africa, was created to accompany the Jungle Jump Up Game, issued in 1964 by the Kellogg Company as a mail-in prize for cornflake consumers.
Each spot represents the location of a wild animal, with point numbers corresponding to the shot difficulty for the ‘hunter.’ Instructions on the verso shows how to assemble each animal and its rubber-banded target, causing them to jump when hit by a bullet (not included).
Publication Date: 1964
Author: Kellogg Company
Sheet Width (in): 19.75
Sheet Height (in): 16.75
Condition Description: Promotional game issued by the Kellogg Company, with five plastic animal pieces and the hunter. Non-functioning, as it's missing the 'bullet' pieces and original rubber band. Includes the original box and accompanying jungle map, formerly separated into 4 pieces along vertical fold lines. Significant repairs on the verso with archival tape has returned the sheet to an overall fair to good condition.
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