The Three Little Pigs Board Game
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- For 2-5 Players
- 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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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
Plays as little pigs trying to save your house from the Big Bad Wolf!
IELLO's The Three Little Pigs is the first of the Tales and Games series
As a little pig, your greatest desire is to build a strong and beautiful house where you can spend your long winter evenings. You won’t need trowels or scaffoldings, since you can roll the dice to build your dream home. But beware the wolf prowling around, and all he wants to do is to huff, and to puff, and to blow your house down!
Comes with an illustrated version of the famous tale it is based upon.
The Three Little Pigs is a fun and easy 'push your luck' dice game for the entire family.
For 2 to 5 Players.
20 minute playing time.
- 5 Special Dice.
- 1 Wolf Spinner.
- 36 House Tiles.
- 6 Goal Cards.
- 1 Tale Booklet.
- 1 Rulebook.
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My full video review for this game can be found here - http://www.gameboygeek.com/#!three-little-pigs/c22eyPublished 7 months ago by Game Boy Geek
My kids loved this game! We play it really often, and it has become an awesome way to spend time together.Published 8 months ago by Linda Barrantes
A great game. My daughters and I love playing. Kids in middle school also enjoyed it and played many times.Published 13 months ago by Eric Gutierrez
A fun short game. My 3 year old has a very short attention span, so i was looking for a short game that would keep her interest. Read morePublished 13 months ago by 4-wing
Great casual game, little kids get it quick and has its lucky moments with the dice and the spinner.
I would like more play time length. Maybe more tiles. Read more
Another great game by iello. This one is not as great as tortoise and hare but still packs a mean punch of fun. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Pablo Torres Jr
Got this based on their other games. We play it every week on family game night and my family loves it.Published 17 months ago by Jayson Bucy
Fun game for the whole family. Neat twist on the story of the 3 little pigs. Great because young kids can play too. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tom Swift