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- WHAT WE INCLUDE: Plastic "Pig Sty" dice cup with lid, 2 pig dice, 1 pencil, Pigs scoring guide and score pad, illustrated instructions
- LET’S PLAY: Two to four players may compete, and the first player to reach 100 points or more wins the game.
- IT’S YOUR TURN: You roll and if you get a Pig-Out or an Oinker, then you pass the pigs onto the next player. If you get anything else, you may decide to roll again or pass the pigs.
- TAKE YOUR PIGS ANYWHERE: Makes an ideal travel game with its small plastic carrying case.
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Great Travel Game
Includes (2) cute 'pig dice'
These 2 little pigs will keep you entertained all day long!
- This Pass the Pigs classic party game consists of 2 pigs you use as dice, pad, 2 pencils and carrying case. Roll them as many times as you dare on your turn to score points. Just don't role a 'pig out' or an 'oinker'. First person to 100 points wins. Makes an ideal travel game with its small plastic carrying case.
Pass the Pigs
By Winning Moves Games
Pass the Pigs – Its’ fun, addictive and requires strategy, skill, and luck. Basically a dice game, with pigs that are weighted and have different values depending on how they land. Each turn involves one player throwing two model pigs, each has a dot on one side. The player gains or loses points based on the way the pigs land. Each turn lasts until the player throwing either rolls the pigs in a way that wipes out their current score, wipes out their total game score, or decides to stop their turn, add their turn score to their total score and pass the pigs to the next player. There are several variations to the game rules. One is the Hog Call, where a player attempts to guess the score their opponent is about to land. After scoring 20 points a non-throwing player may attempt a Hog Call. The non-throwing player must scream 'sooee'! before the opposing players throw. The caller then guesses the score of the next throw. If correct, the caller receives the points thrown, and the thrower loses double the points thrown. Only one player may hog call per throw.
- The pig is lying on its side - 0 Points
- Razorback - The pig is lying on its back - 5 Points
- Trotter - The pig is standing upright - 5 Points
- Snouter - The pig is leaning on its snout - 10 Points
- Leaning Jowler - The pig is resting on its snout and ear - 15 Points
For 2 or more players Go hog wild with the pig-tastic game, Pass the Pigs. Players attempt to rack up points by rolling the pig dice - but if they're not careful they might 'Pig Out' and lose all their points. Pass the Pigs is the sizzlin' fun, shakin' bacon game!
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." This would be a good travel game (the pigs, instructions, and scoring pad fit in a small, tidy box) or a fine present for someone who's, well, into pigs! --Elisa Murray
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Choking Hazard - Small parts. NOt for children under 3 years.
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I purchased this version as a gift for some children who had not experienced the game before. In comparison to my older version of the game this one is subpar in two main ways:
1) The "travel" case or whatever they want to call it does not snap together. It does not hold in place so yes, it stores nicely until you try to pick it up.
2) The pictures are not as clear as they used to be. As someone who owns an older version of the game and knows the rules, I knew what it was trying to communicate but the instructional image is not as useful as it once was.
Would I recommend this version over a different one of the same game? No. Can you find other versions of this game these days? I don't know. I couldn't. Would I recommend the concept/game to someone? Always. It's simple to learn, it's great for letting kids practice adding, and it gives an opportunity to try risk vs reward strategies.
Before my honey & I got a t.v. for our 1st apt together we bought some board games. Pass the Pigs was THE most fun of all of the board games. We would call out the positions, SLIDER! etc.. we realized after a many nights of LOUD LAUGHTER we wondered what our neighbors thought we were doing. That made us laugh more. I loaned the game to my sister who was in the City of Hope fighting Leukemia. She never returned the game so I'm guessing they loved it as well.
This will be my Xmas gift to my honey for our 20th Christmas together. I'm PRAYING it'll get him away from his digital world, phone, laptop etc..LOL I'm sure it will.
Most games don't last more than about 15 minutes which is great for young players and it has provided a chance to work with simple math for my 9 year old son. We've had a really good time playing a a couple of quick games after dinner and their i limited set up and clean up.
Complaints: The dice cup is tapered in such a way that causes the pigs to often catch inside requiring you tou reach in and pry them lose. The supplied pencil and scoring sheets are a nice addition but are of meh quality. That being said at $10 it's hard to be too upset.
I have only one complaint about this. It is highly over packaged! Ok that the hard clear plastic shaker holds everything nearly in one compact place. That is great. But it came in another disposable molded plastic container with the tiny pigs in another molded plastic container inside of that...all in a cardboard box with another piece of cardboard thrown in! I really think a piece of tape over the bottom of the dice throwing box would have done it! I rate it Zero for the environment.