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3 Little Pigs Board Game
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- Based on the well-known fairytale
- Combines skill and a dash of Luck
- Includes 1 soft and squeEZable big, bad wolf that actually huffs and puffs
- For 2-3 players, ages 4 and up
- Game duration: 15+ minutes
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Goal of the Game:
Players race to build their houses in order of the well-known fairytale: Straw, Sticks and Brick. The first player to build their house of brick is the winner!
How to Play:
1. Each player chooses one of the pigs to play and gets a house plastic stand of that pig’s color.
2. Players take turns rolling the die. To get started building your house, a player must rest roll a 'pig' on the game die. After a player has successfully collected their pig, they try to build their houses in order of the well-known fairytale.
3. When a player rolls a wolf on the die, he takes the soft and squeezable Big, Bad Wolf, and tries to blow down one of the other players' houses, causing that player to have to start all over again.
End of the Game:
The game ends when one player successfully builds their house of brick.
What’s in the Box:
1 blowing plastic wolf.
3 plastic stands.
3 pig cards.
3 houses of straw.
3 houses of sticks.
1 house of brick.
1 die + sticker sheet.
Follow the three little pigs on their adventures as they build their houses and hope to avoid the huffing and puffing, big bad Wolf, just like in the well-known Fairytale. The 3 little pigs game combines skill and a Dash of luck. Kids will love the soft and squeEZable big, bad Wolf that actually huffs and Puffs the pig's houses down! for 2-3 players. Ages 4 and up. Game Duration: 15+ minutes.
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|Item Dimensions||6.24 x 2.93 x 8.58 in||6.5 x 8.25 x 2.25 in||0.59 x 4.8 x 3.5 in||6 x 12 x 3 in||10.75 x 10.75 x 2 in||10.5 x 10.5 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||—||0.9 lb||1.5 lbs||1.32 lbs||6.4 ounces||1.5 lbs|
Top customer reviews
All in all, my kids love this game, and to be honest, my husband and I think it's pretty fun as well. It is a fun game that even younger children can play, and it is always good for some laughs. I only deducted a star because I really wish the Big Bad Wolf did work well enough to blow down houses without the kids having to huff and puff as well, but I think they like that part the best. Recommend this game.
3 players each pick a pig to be. Each turn you roll a die to determine what to do on your turn. On the first turn, you need to get a pig or straw house. If you roll one of those you put that thing in your holder. Then it has to go in sequence of the story. So, start with pig/straw house, next roll you want that again, then you want stick house, then brick house. So you are the "pig" building your house before the big bad wolf blows it down. There is a wolf on the die and if you roll that you get to play the wolf part. There is a rubber wolf head that, when squeezed, puffs out air. As the wolf, you pick another player's house to try to blow down. If you blow it down, they have to start all over from the beginning. If you don't blow it down, play continues on like normal. First person to build the brick house wins.
It is a simple, fun, engaging game! We will enjoy playing this as a family for a long time to come. I definitely recommend this game.
The game itself is very cute and very easy to play. The house pieces are a thick cardboard. I wish they would have gone with a plastic. This game will eventually wear out. With small kids, eventually someone will grab it with sticky fingers or spill a drink. I also wish the houses would stack. Maybe instead of removing the straw house to build the stick house, you would just add the stick house on top? My kids both don't want to get rid of their house, so we end up with two houses in the holder. LOL. Also, we have yet to get Big Bad to blow down a house. Maybe with practice we will figure it out? Although this will give a big advantage to the game owners if they are ever playing with friends. Overall, this is cute and fun. Very nice.
It's up to 3 players and each has to choose a pig. The background, of course, being the classic story of the three little pigs. You roll a die to build a house. The house has to be built in order (first straw, then wood, etc). If you roll wood without having straw, you don't advance. If you roll the wolf, you get to "huff and puff." Let me say that was a very popular part of the game. Whoever gets the first brick house is the winner. It's sufficiently simple concepts building on our son's understanding of the classic fairy tale, while forcing him to play within the rule structure. The game itself is reasonable well made for a you children's game and easy to learn the rules to and set up.