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Goliath Pop the Pig Kids Game

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  • Top selling game in all of Europe
  • Over 2 million sold
  • As seen on TV
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Children under 8 yrs. can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00200JWQQ
  • Item model number: 30546
  • Our recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,128 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (275 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Everyone takes turns to roll the die to see how many chomps the pig will take. Push down the pig's head to chomp the burger. With every pump, the pig's stomach will get bigger, bigger and bigger. If the pig's belly pops on your turn, you win!

Product Description

This little piggy goes POP! The Best-Selling Game in France, Germany, Spain, and Canada has come to America! Players take turns rolling the die to see how many chomps the pig will take. Feed the pig a burger and help him to swallow by pushing down his head the number of times indicated on the back of the burger. With every pump, the pig's stomach will get bigger, bigger, and bigger until he pops! As seen on TV, this game is hilarious fun!

Pop the Pig in action

Pop the Pig is fun for kids age 3-8!
How to Play
The youngest player starts the game by rolling the die. The player will then choose a burger that is the color that the die indicates. For example if the die lands on the color red then the player chooses from the red burgers. Underneath each burger there is a number between 1 and 4. This number tells the player how many times to press down on the pig’s head. Each time the head is pressed down, the belly of the pig grows and grows. The game continues until players hear a pop! The pig’s arms fly up and his belt pops open. They player that popped the pig is the winner!

Perfect for Boys & Girls Age 4-8
Pop the Pig is the perfect starter game for young children. It introduces the idea of taking turns, performing an action, and being a good sport. It also incorporates visual learning of numbers and colors. The pig is cute and fun for young kids to watch his belly expand and pop. The anticipation and element of surprise will hold a young child’s short attention span, and the large game pieces are perfect for small hands. This product has been redesigned in 2012 for perfect performance!

Kid's Favorite Game!
Pop the Pig includes one expanding pig, instructions, die, and 16 hamburgers of various colors. Once the pig has popped simply turn the pig’s tail to the left, buckle his belt and he’s ready to go again! Burgers can be stored in the pig’s back when he is not in use to easily prevent pieces from getting lost.

What's In The Box?
Pig, 4 yellow hamburgers, 4 red hamburgers, 4 purple hamburgers, 4 green hamburgers, die and instructions.

Pop the Pig Contents

Feed him a burger and his stomach gets bigger and bigger until he pops!


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I'm returning it to the store today.
NineseveN
The pig's belly does not inflate or deflate or deflate and his belt pops after just one push on his head.
C. Reader
The game doesn't reset properly and the pig pops the first time his head is pushed.
Rebecca M. Shields

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Peter Brown on November 3, 2009
My son and I both like this game. Unlike with the other reviewer, our pump works just fine. We've never run out of burgers before the belly inflates and the jacket bursts open.

However, I suspect the problem they ran into is that your 3yo (in our case) has to stand over the toy, hold hands in CPR form, and push down on the head (while you hold the feet) and push until it clicks once for each number. A #3 burger means three CPR pushes and three clicks. It really is hard to push than it should be.

Like the other reviewer said, the belt never stays closed, and the jacket usually bursts open one notch right at the first pump. The losing pump is still pretty obvious, though, with the jacket bursting open completely and both arms flying up in the air.

We both find it enjoyable and easy to play, but don't expect this to be a table game; it's a floor game due to the inflating position required.

One great plus: all the burgers and the die store right inside the pig. After the last round, just feed the outstanding pieces to him (don't inflate) and it's ready to store. I like games that are unlikely to lose pieces :)
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65 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Writer4Life on October 24, 2009
When I saw this game in the store ads I thought it looked like a neat little board game. [...]

Pop the Pig requires no assembly and comes with said pig, 16 hamburgers, and a colored die. Each player rolls the die which tells them what color hamburger to feed the pig (there are 4 colors: red, yellow, green, & purple). Each hamburger has a number on its bottom bun that tells players how many times to push down on the pig's chef hat. This inflates the pig's belly, which will eventually cause his belly to pop out. This process is repeated until only one person has avoided causing the pig's belt to unbuckle, making them the winner.

The game has a simple and humorous concept but doesn't quite live up to its potential. Players have to really push down on the pig's hat in order for the belly to inflate. I've found that pushing down with both hands is necessary in order to get enough air to the pig's belly. It feels similar to performing CPR, and young children may get winded from exerting so much effort. The piggy makes a clicking noise each time it inflates, which is a welcome indicator to let you know your pushes have registered.

Even with this shortcoming, Pop the Pig is still a pleasant game. Young children around the ages of 3-8 will likely get a kick out of seeing the pig's belly expand and ultimately explode. Players may become a little flustered at the amount of presses it takes to get the pig to budge and overall short playing time but the game is entertaining in short bursts. I wouldn't suggest spending more than $20 on it, though.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Metzger on September 21, 2012
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As a special education teacher of preschool children, I am always looking for educational activities for my students. After reading the mixed reviews on this, I decided to give it a chance and bought it. My students LOVE it. They love feeding the pig, and pushing down on his head. I love that the children learn colors, counting, numbers 1-4 and turn taking. My 3 year old daughter also loves playing this game. My four year old kids have no difficulty pushing down the pigs head, but my three year old struggles. The plastic part on the belt does come off easily, but I haven't had a problem putting it back on. Definetly recommend this to parents and therapists.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Merle Ivey on December 3, 2009
I bought Pop the Pig for my three-year-old nephew. He loves it! He plays with it without following any rules..it is a game that will keep his interest as he gets older and understands more about winning. He thinks he is a winner every time he plays it ..keeping him very entertained. His sister is seven and she and her sleepover pals loved it also. Lots of giggles! So this is a game that I highly recommend for both genders and younger as well as older children.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MAW-MAW on December 15, 2010
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I HAD PURCHASED THIS GAME WHEN I SAW IT ON TV - IT LOOKED LIKE A LOT OF FUN. I ORDERED TWO. ONE FOR MY HOUSE FOR MY GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE FOR A GIFT. ME & MY 9 YEAR OLD GRANDDAUGHTER PLAYED THE GAME AND FOR THE FIRST FEW MINUTES IT WAS FUN. THEN THE ARMS WOULD GO OUT WHEN YOU PUSHED ON HIS HEAD THE FIRST TIME AFTER RESETTING IT. MOST OF THE TIME HIS BELLY WOULD NOT POP OPEN. WE WERE VERY CAREFUL TO NOT BE ROUGH WITH IT BUT IT STILL DID NOT WORK RIGHT MOST OF THE TIME. I AM RETURNING BOTH OF THE GAMES I PURCHASED. I WANT A GAME THAT I PAY GOOD MONEY FOR TO LAST MORE THAN 30 MINUTES.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. S. on December 30, 2009
My kids saw the commercial for this game & wanted it for Christmas. A complete disappointment! Don't waste your money -- The pig's head is too hard to pump and the stomach never really explodes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sues on January 15, 2012
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This game was a dud. I was really disappointed and so was my 4 year old. It's belly does not bust like it does on tv. For a 4 year old the head is not easy to push down when you feed the pig.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. O'Sullivan on January 30, 2010
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My son was looking forward to getting this game for Christmas. We excitedly opened it and attempted to play. The "belt" on the pig, which is supposed to snap shut after every game, doesn't close. We literally played it once and couldn't play it again. We were all greatly disappointed.
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