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Store:  Card Games, Family Games
Theme:  Pig
Format:  Card Games

Pig Pile

List Price: $15.95
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Ages Players
7+ 3-6

Designer(s): Richard Borg

Manufacturer(s): R&R Games

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Product Description

No mud slinging allowed in this fast-paced family game where players compete to corral the most pigs. Get rid of your cards first and be awarded the prime pile of pigs. Sounds easy, but pigs can be slippery! The more cards you have, the better your chances of calling out HogWash! and clearing away the deck!

But don't hog the cards too long or you'll get stuck. The player with the largest stockpile of swine after the final round wins. Quick thinking and clever card play determine how high you'll heap your hogs.

Product Information

  • Designer(s): Richard Borg

  • Manufacturer(s): R&R Games

  • Year: 2001

  • Players: 3 - 6

  • Ages: 7 and up

  • Weight: 366 grams


  • 80 cards
  • 40 pink pigs
  • illustrated, multi-lingual rules

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3.9 in 11 reviews

My kids are addicted to this game.
January 08, 2004

My kids love this game and I like it too! The game comes with a deck of numbered cards and a bunch of rubber pigs. In each round you

try to be the first person to discard all your cards. First person to get rid of their hand gets the most pigs for that round. Basically you try to win the biggest herd of pigs that you can. There are a lot of quirks that keep this interesting. There are secret cards you

have to play that even you dont know what they are, or you can slow down or skip other players. Ive been looking a long time for a game I could play with my kids that I would enjoy as well, and this is it. Its not very complicated and even my six year old plays well. Its fast enough to keep

everyones interest and the kids just seem to love those rubber pigs. The artwork is cute (ewe-turn and hog-tied cards especially!) and the pigs are made with soft, bouncy rubber. Great family game! Loved it!

by Jeff
I always lose, but I can't stop laughing
October 20, 2002

This game is lots of fun. If you win a few rounds, you'll have lots of little pigs to play with, too. I never seem to get to that point, though. The game's been described well already, but I did have questions, and the designer was kind enough to e-mail me the second edition rules, which answered my questions, and made the game more fun. (It flows a bit better with the new rules.) They're posted at If you play this game, I'd highly recommend those new rules. And have fun playing with those pigs!

Great for groups
September 23, 2002

Pig Pile is a great game for a group of family or friends. It's simple instructions get even the most casual gamers interested. And it's not all luck. As we found out with 6 players, there's a good amount of 'defensive' actions that need to be taken to keep yourself in the game.

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