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Pass The Pigs (Party Edition) (Colors May Vary)
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- Now up to 4 players can play all at once
- You'll need some for Pass the Pigs
- Includes zippered carrying case
- Contains 4 pairs of pigs (8 pigs) and illustrated instructions
- More pigs, more points, more fun
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 7.25 x 1.62 in||2.3 x 2.3 x 4.62 in||9.8 x 9.8 x 2.75 in||2.5 x 5.5 x 8.5 in||4.59 x 2.09 x 6.89 in||15.75 x 3 x 10.5 in|
|Item Weight||0.76 lb||3.43 lbs||3.3 lbs||3.16 lbs||3.04 ounces||1.95 lbs|
Now up to 4 players can play ALL at once - WITH HOT NEW COLORED PIGS! Four pairs of Pigs are included. It's Pass The Pigs and MORE! More pigs, more points and more fun!.
From the Manufacturer
How's your tolerance for puns? You'll need some for Pass the Pigs, a simple game of chance built around a pig theme. Instead of dice, you roll two cute pink piglets and you gain or lose points depending on how the critters land. For example, if both land on all fours, called a "double trotter," you get 20 points, if they land lying opposite each other, called a "Pig Out," you gain no points and cede your turn. There are a number of other rules as well as a variation called "Hog Call."
Top Customer Reviews
We usually just modify the game and roll only once per person, we don't need follow the written "rules" all the time! For school, again, one roll per person. And if they are not good at math (as some younger kids aren't) I use a scoresheet where they just color in as many squares as their roll is worth. So if they roll a "trotter", they color in 5 squares. I have even used this with special needs kids and it is much less frustrating than adding. I will TRY to attach a picture of my score sheet with customer images above, but right now it isn't letting me. I will edit when I get it up there. It is basically a paper with a 10 x 10 grid of squares I made on the computer. I put four grids on one sheet, which is 4 complete games. The first person who gets to 100 wins. Of course, older kids or those who NEED math practice get extra calculation practice by adding. sometimes I even make every 5th roll a multiple (like "this roll for everyone is worth 3x what is usually is!!!) Simple! For school, I make my small group of students answer a question before they get their roll. It makes the sometimes boring drill and practice of things MUCH more fun and fast-paced. There isn't ONE student who ever didn't want to roll the pigs!! They even request this game in lieu of history bingo or something. It really is one of my favorite games. The most highly requested games are (I also made special scoresheets for those games..you can find my reviews there explaining it):
1. Pass the Pigs
2. Zombie Dice
3. Yahtzee Super Mario
I really love that there are more pigs in this set. Very awesome game!