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.
Goliath Pop the Pig Kids Game
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- Ages 3 And Up
- Hours Of Fun
- Very Entertaining For Kids
- Top selling game in all of Europe
- Over 2 million sold
- As seen on TV
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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 :)
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.Read more ›
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We got this for my 2 year old for Christmas. Yah...he wasn't ready for this. I can see how he might grow into this...but just from normal play the belt is already broken. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laura A. Latora
My daughter begged for this game but I was afraid she would be disappointed with it. It's actually a pretty neat game. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tiffany
This was a super fun game. It was expensive so I was weary if they would actually play with it but they did. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lorayne
Absolutely love this game to teach the children to count, learn colors & take turnsPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
purchased for 4 year old
he loves it so much/he takes it with him to other family members house when he goes to spend time with them
he delights in 'popping' the pig