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Pass the Pigs
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One of the marvels of Pass the Pigs is that it can be played anywhere, anytime. Players roll two pigs and attempt to have them land in different positions to earn points. The more difficult the position - such as the pigs standing on their hind legs - the more points the player earns. But players must beware; because if they continue rolling and "Pig Out", they will lost any points accumulated thus far. Pass the Pigs is a portable, simple game that allows players to push their luck in many situations!
- 2 pig dice
- score pad
- scoring guide
- 2 pencils
- plastic carrying case
- 52-card Snout deck
Average Rating: 3.8 in 4 reviews
We take this game camping, after stripping it down to its basic components (a pig in each pocket, a pencil, and the back of the map to keep score). The hilarious delight of this game is getting a long string of good tosses and deciding to chance, "Just one more". The wrong toss and you lose it all. Part of the charm is that you are tossing small plastic pigs, rather than more conventional dice. This is a small, portable game that packs a lot of fun!
we have loved this game for years. i remember playing it as a teenager with friends- it is hilarious fun! now i play with my two kiddidoos! it is a great game for camping too! we bring it on all our backpacking and canoe adventures! the entire game is compact, and a great travel game. i have given it to many friends throughout the years. you'll love it too!!!
I love Pass the Pigs, it's mindless fun. I have two friends who also own PTP and we have PTP tournaments. We first do a round robin tournament with the three people with the highest total scores going into a one game final. The winner gets not one but two free dinners on the losers.
I was playing with a friend of mine and not only did his mom get into the game, so did mine. We had a children vs. parents best 3/5 tournament and in the end our moms won. This game brought us very together and we never laughed so hard until we played this game.
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