Pass the Pigs Reviews
Newest Review: ... for taking out and about with you and to give to someone as a gift for a stocking filler or the like. The game itself was ... more
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by - written on 02/11/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
==Pass the Pigs by Winning Moves== Jack is of the age now where playing games with him is really fun and of course this is bringing back some of my own childhood memories and games such as this one. This Pass the Pigs is the one that mum had saved and it is such a good condition that it is quite clear I didn't play with it enough as a child so because of this we are defiantly making up for it now. Pass the Pigs is a game which has been around for a fair few years and although not a complete classic such as Connect Four or Guess Who it is still a great game which is standing the test of time pretty well. Like I say this one we have is from my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/00, updated on 24/07/00 (Very useful, 71 readings)
This is a very similar game to Cosmic Wimpout and other dice games. Even if you don't use dice. The main component is a pair of plastic pigs, about 2 cm's long. Each pig has a dot on one side of it. Play is very simple. Throw the pigs. See how the pigs land, and score points. More points are socred for more unlikely landing positions (a leaning jowler for example is where the pig lands on his cheek and one leg, balancing precariuously). You can continue this for as long as you desire. You get more points for both pigs doing th same trick. However, if ever the two pigs land on their sides with both the same side showing (both spot or both ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/00, updated on 19/12/00 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Pass The Pigs should be nicknamed 'Pass The Brandy' (or whatever your tipple is!) I didn't even find this game mildly amusing until I was drunk. You get a pair of pigs in a black plastic case and a piggy notepad and pencil. You also get a scorecard showing various piggie positions. Simply throw the pigs in the air and compare their positions with the score card. At first this becomes quite tedious and its not a bit funny after two rounds of the table (or rounds of drinks). However as the players become more relaxed (and less sober) such positions as 'making bacon' take on a whole new meaning and the game becomes funny. It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/00, updated on 27/09/00 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Pass the Pigs is one of those great pocket games that you really can play anywhere. The rules are very simple - just throw the pigs and score according to how they land. The more precariously they are balanced the more points you get. You get to keep throwing them until you decide to stop or until you 'wipe out' and lose all your points for that round - or worse yet until the pigs land touching each other which means you loose all your points so far for 'making bacon'. So, it's basically a dice game with pigs. The good thing is that it's so simple that you can play it even after you've been partying for a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/01, updated on 23/05/01 (Very useful, 27 readings)
This game has a novelty factor for a few weeks. Ingenious idea to use little pigs instead of dice to score with. The way the game works is this. You have these two little rubber pigs which you roll and of course they can fall in certain combinations of ways, on their backs, their feet, leaning forward on their snouts. Each of these combinations has a different score and silly names to describe them by. The object of the game is to reach a certain score first. When its your turn you carry on playing until you decide to bank your score and end your turn or until one of the rolls fails to score in which case you lose your score for that break. One of the ... Read the complete review
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