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Hasbro Pie Face Game
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- Hilarious Pie Face game might just splat you in the face
- Pie-throwing arm could go off at any moment
- Score a point every time you turn the handle without getting splatted
- Includes 1 pie thrower, 1 throwing arm, 2 handles, chin rest, splash guard mask, spinner and sponge.
- Slide your head through the mask and watch out
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Pie Face Game
The hilarious Pie Face game is filled with fun and suspense, and somebody's bound to get surprised! Players load the arm with whipped cream (not included) or the included sponge, then take turns sliding their heads through the mask and spinning the spinner. But, watch out! The game unit could go off at any time giving someone a face full of whipped cream! (Whipped cream not included.)
- Hilarious, family fun!
- Pie-throwing arm could go off at any moment!
- First player to score 25 points wins!
- Players score points every time they avoid getting whipped cream in the face!
Great Game for Friends and Family
The simple Pie Face game brings friends and family together for lots of laugh-out-loud fun. First, players load the arm with whipped cream (not included) or the included sponge. Then, they take turns sliding their heads through the mask and spinning the spinner. Players turn the handle the number of times indicated on the spinner and the tension on the arm builds. Then, suddenly someone gets whipped cream in the face! (Whipped cream not included.)
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Score 25 Points to Win
Get ready to take some risks -- and hope for the best -- in this hilarious Pie Face game! Feel the suspense build as players take turns in the 'hot seat' – hoping against hope to avoid being the one to get whipped cream – or a nice wet sponge -- in the face! First, load the arm. Then, it's time to take turns spinning the spinner to find out how many times each player will have to turn the handle. Click. ..click. ..click -- players score points every time they turn the handle safely, but every click brings the moment everyone is waiting for just a little bit closer. The first player to score 25 points wins! (Whipped cream not included.)
Hilarious Fun for the Whole Family
Is there anything funnier than someone getting a face full of whipped cream? Now families can bring the silly fun into their homes with this laugh-out-loud Pie Face game. Just load the arm with whipped cream (not included), spin the spinner, and hope that someone else gets whipped cream on their face! Game includes a sponge that can be used in place of whipped cream.
The exciting Pie Face game is filled with fun and suspense, and somebody’s bound to get splatted! Just put some delicious whipped cream from home or the wet sponge on the “hand” of this hilarious game unit and start turning the handles. It could go off at any time, so keep your fingers crossed and hope you’re not the one who gets a splat in the face! You score a point for every time you turn the handle without getting pie-faced, and the one who scores 25 points wins. Take some risks and hope for the best in this hilarious Pie Face game! Pie Face, Rocket Games and logo are trademarks of Rocket Games. 2014 Rocket Games. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
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Safety WarningWARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Top Customer Reviews
This game is very simple to understand. The first step is to load the hand up with whipped cream (do I need to say it's not included?). It comes with a spinner that you use to determine how many turns or cranks you are supposed to crank the handle. After determining the number of cranks, you then put your chin in position. By the luck of the draw, you wait to see if you get pie (or whipped cream) in your face.
This game is a great gag gift. It's definitely worth some laughs. It's also nice to play this game with kids. I think my wife is a 7-year old at heart. I made the comment that it's a good game to play, but I'm not sure how many times I would want to play it. She said, "what do you mean, I'd play it every week". I suppose it depends on your situation.
It can get slightly messy, but it's not nearly as bad as I thought. Just have some dish towels/paper towels ready. I hope you found this review helpful. If I can help out in any way, please drop a comment below.
1) Game is fun if you are in a situation where you would be okay with ruining your hair/makeup for the remainder of the night- apparently whip cream is the best makeup remover you've ever owned, and also serves as one heck of a hair gel.
2) It is messy - do not play this on your Grandma's antique table. And you do have to clean up the game itself after use.
3) We bought this for a mountain weekend with friends- and it was a hit- for the first night. We haven't used it since. It was still worth the money- but just be realistic that this isn't the new monopoly.
4) I would recommend this game as a family game- although it is equally as fun to watch adults squirm when they get smacked with a handful of whipped cream.
5) WHIPPED CREAM IS NOT INCLUDED- buy at least two bottles before playing.
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From what I read, back in 1964, Hasbro sold essentially the same game, with the most significant difference being that there was a little pie plate attached to the hand, into which you placed a small round sponge, on top of which was placed whipped cream (or, you could just get the sponge soaking wet and do it without the cream) - all else is basically the same, just updated. A vinyl (easily cleaned up!) sheet with an oval-ish frame of a face with a cut out (the hole's @ 5-1/4"W, 6-1/2"H) - where you place YOUR face - is inserted between a chin rest and retaining clips on the "thrower". There's a spinner card numbered 2-5, and you turn the handles of the thrower for the same amount of clicks of the number you landed on. Everyone takes turns doing this, and eventually a triggering mechanism releases the arm - with a small square, wet sponge and - if you choose - whipped cream on top of its hand - and delivers a "pie face". If you DON'T get the pie, you record the number of clicks you had as your score - obviously, this little game can be played for as long as you'd like, with as many players as you'd like. (Now, this isn't made of the highest quality of plastic, so just bear that in mind. Just some low cost fun.)
Apparently what happened is that this game wasn't a big hit for Hasbro first time around. They sold it, and a company called Rocket Games resurrected it with a UK launch in 2014. A viral video recording of a grandfather and grandson playing the game caught Hasbro's attention - in May 2015 they licensed it from Rocket for global distribution, and the game was just apparently FLYING off of the shelves last year - stores couldn't seem to keep this simple game in stock! I know our grandsons are going to enjoy this - especially if Mom allows them to use the whipped cream!
MARCH 2016 update: Well, I heard they had a blast the first time or two this game was played - uncontrollable giggles from the kids, especially when Mom & Dad got doused! But it turns out it really is pretty messy to clean up afterwards, using the sponge isn't nearly the fun playing with the whipped cream, so I don't think this'll be played very often in the future.
Set up takes 30 seconds. Some reviews mention the hand being backwards, but it's meant to be like that; this way the cream gets flung in an upward direction. I noticed if you put the cream just above the midline of the hand you get more of an explosive effect, but that might be from the cool whip being heavier than whipped cream. Next time I'll have the right one though and I think it would be even better (which is hard to beat)
We had a really fun time playing. My daughter just kept cranking passed the number she spun though lol she's a pie face fan for sure!
So long as you don't mind having a little mess to clean up and some sticky faces for a bit than this is a great game to get! Just throw down the craft blanket, grab some wipes and get ready to laugh...and don't forget the whipped cream of course