Product Type: Drumond Park board games
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PIG GOES FLOP
Pig Goes Pop
Member Name: magzzz
Pig Goes Pop
Advantages: STRUGGLE TO FIND ANY ADVANTAGES EXCEPT THAT IT IS BRIGHT AND COLOURFUL.
Disadvantages: NO SOUND EFFECTS AND SMALLER THAN EXPECTED
This game was purchased at a sale price for a christmas gift. Am I glad I didn't pay full price for it. The children played it once and now it has been put back in the box probably never to be played with again. Here are the reasons why I would not recommend it. First of all there are no sound effects. I think this would have made the game more fun if there was actually a popping sound as the pigs belt exploded or as you push down on the pigs hat it could have oinked. But nothing at all. Dont really know what relevance of the name is to the game. Why did the makers decide on a pig? The game is targeted at 4 years upwards for 2 to 6 players. My 3 year old nephew had more fun with it than my 5 year old. So maybe the age range should be reduced. On a plus side it is bright and colourful and did provide a few laughs. If your little one desperately wants this game Purchase it at a sale price if possible. Then you wont be too disappointed.
Summary: THE MAKERS OF THE GAME COULD HAVE DONE MORE WITH GAME TO MAKE IT MORE EXCITING FOR CHILDREN
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