02 September 2011

*Pig Pile*: A Game Review


With a name like *Pig Pile* you know the game is going to be fun! So I was excited to receive this game recently from R&R Games for our family to review and enjoy.


This game has really been a hit at our house! The kiddos beg to play it.


At first glance, the instructions seem a bit intimidating, but once you play a round or two (just like with any game) you get the hang of it and you're flying through...hopefully collecting lots of little piggys!


This game is a fun card game with the bonus of earning cute little plastic pigs when you win a round. Believe me, the kids are all about the pigs!


It's kind of like Uno meets Phase 10 meets...PIGS! Everyone is trying to get rid of their cards as fast as possible in order to go out first and earn the most pigs.


The *official* ages for this game are *7 and up*; however, my six-year-old thoroughly enjoyed this game. With lots of numbers being involved it's a little educational plus in the math department, too! We've been playing it just about every night lately.

After checking out R&R Games great website, I realized we already had another one of their games. A few years ago my kiddos received the Safari Hide & Seek game and LOVE it (and, yes, they still play it)! Needless to say, I am impressed with the quality of their products. As you browse their site you will notice that nearly all of their games and products, including Pig Pile, are awarding winning.

R&R Games has graciously offered my readers a coupon code for their website, good through the end of this year. Are you thinking what I'm thinking? Christmas gifts!!

Use the code CREW20 when making your purchase and receive 20% off!!

I hope you'll got check them out. I highly recommend their products!


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Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this game through The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Crew and R&R Games in exchange for my frank and unbiased review. The thoughts expressed here are completely my own.

Read more reviews from TOS Homeschool Crew about this game here!

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1 comment:

Tim @ Families Again said...

Checking up on a few of my fellow crew members blogs. We loved Pig Pile as well! Great Review.

Tim