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The Three Little Pigs Board Game

4.4 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

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  • A Tale And A Game In The Same Box
  • A Smart Dice Game For The Whole Family, With 2 Difficulty Levels
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

This Expansion Includes 10 New Submarine Compartment Tiles Allowing Players To Diversify And Customize Their Submarines. Features. Number Of Players - 2. Game Time - 40 Min. Age Group - 13 Years.

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A FAMILY GAME WITH A CLASSIC TALE. As a little pig, your dearest wish is to build a strong and beautiful house in which you can spend your long winter evenings. But you won't need trowels nor scaffoldings, as only dice will allow you to construct your dream home. Beware the wolf prowling around, whose only thought is to literally blow away your comfy house. The Three Little Pigs is an easy and fun dice game for the whole family. At your turn, try to get the better combination with the 5 special dice and build the most lovely and sturdy houses, by adding doors, floors and roofs. And if you accidentally bring the wolf out of the wood, just take a deep breath and shatter other players' buildings by blowing on the wheel. This original game comes with an illustrated version of the famous tale it is based on.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8.2 x 6.5 x 2.2 inches
Item Weight 14.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B00ESNMQ5M
Item model number I 51110
Manufacturer recommended age 7 - 15 years
Best Sellers Rank #86,381 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#2,546 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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4.4 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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Fantastic game for kids and parents. Unlike a lot of games that can be boring for parents this one is entertaining. It plays like a simplified version of Yahtzee but you use the dice to purchase parts of houses (two windows will buy a straw window whereas four will build a brick one). Or if you roll blow a pair of wolves, which really only happens maybe once or twice a game). You get to attempt to blow a part of your opponents house down. It's simple, and quick but still fun. And it was easy enough that my four year old understood it quickly and immediately asked if we could play again (For young kids, like my own, I recommend starting off by not using the bonus cards and then introduce them later if you want. This is a minor adaptation but will make the first few playthroughs more simple for them). The artwork and components are great. The pictures are funny. The story that the game comes with is well written and fun but really not fantastic. It's a bit on the dark humor side and doesn't have many pictures for the amount of words, in fact the entire story us told over about 6 pages but for a kids book there's a lot of words on the page (which makes it less appealing for the most kids). Also the vocab is too heavy.... But you're not buying a book here, you're looking to buy a game, and a great one at that. So, with that said, I enjoyed this game and would certainly recommend it to parents of 4 year olds and up. If you want a more in depth review check out Tom Vasel's review on YouTube. Good luck!
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I was looking for something to get my young nephews for Christmas and I happened upon a video review of this game. While watching it, I came to realize that I would really like to have this game for myself to play. It's a surprisingly fun game to play. You have nine piles of tiles - roofs, windows and doors for straw, wood and brick houses. You roll dice to determine what pieces you will build your houses with. Keep re-rolling the dice until you get what you want. If you come up with wolves on the dice, you can choose another player to blow down some of their house pieces. They will then blow on a spinner to determine what pieces will be blown down. Points are awarded for house pieces with a number of little pigs on them and other bonuses. The player with the most pigs and bonuses on the houses built at the end of the game is the winner. It's extremely easy to teach how to play and a lot more fun than you can imagine. It's an excellent gift for anyone who loves to play games!
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If you are a gamer and have young ones at home, or a non-gamer parent, this game is for you and your family. It easy to learn and teach and the dice rolling mechanic like Yahtzee and another big game right now; King of Tokyo, is fun. The wolf is coming mechanic is fun because what child doesn't love the chance to blow down their dad's house down?
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In the Three little pigs you are trying to build houses of the different materials from the story, Straw, Wood, and brick. You do this by rolling dice. On your turn you roll 5 dice and the results act as currency to buy the pieces of your house you want, a door, a window or a roof. 2 of the same die results will get you straw, three will get you sticks, and 4 of a kind will get you Brick. Each material is worth more then the other but brick is the hardest to get.
You also get 2 Yahtzee style rerolls of any or all of your dice to help you get the results you want.
The various materials are placed in stacks within reach of the players and when a certain number of stacks are depleted (depending on the player count) the game ends and you score your completed houses. Now a House can be made up of any combination of materials. So you can have a brick door with a straw window, and a wood roof, but it only scores if it at least has a door/window and it's capped by a roof.
Now what about the Big Bad Wolf?
He is in the game and it is brilliant.
Three of the dice that you roll have the possibility of rolling Wolf symbols. When this happens the die is locked and it can't be rerolled. If you roll two or more wolf symbols. The Wolf comes! And instead of building houses you get to attempt to blow down an opponents house.
You first choose a house to target. then you blow on the spinner (Or flick it if your boring) and if the spinner lands on a material of that house. All of that material is blown away.
The spinner is made up so that Straw is the most likely to get hit, then wood, then brick. Which emulates the strength of the materials used in the story.

I love this game.
It is so fun to play, my daughter loves it.
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I bought this for my 5yo son, and he loves it. It makes for a good "family" game. It's just short enough for the 4-7 age group, and the story hooks him in. (We adapted the rules to give him an extra chance at "blow the house down" after his build phase and by ignoring bonus flowerpot points.) My favorite part is he can enjoy it at the most basic level (blowing the house down, building houses), but it definitely can utilize higher thinking skills like economic pricing, math, etc. Even at its most basic he learns about counting, adding, and other core skills. Adults can be challenged too--my wife and I play against each other just-between-us while he plays the simple rules. This game reminds of Zooeretto in some ways; but it's for a younger age group. Yes, the box is adorable. One other thing: Even my wife, who hates gaming, will play.
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