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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Big Pigs Game from Winning Moves Review

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

We had another great opportunity from Winning Moves to review their Pass The Pigs Big Pigs Game .





My first grade grandson is loving this game. We have played it together as a family. My thirteen year old has taken to this game, he and my grandson play frequently. It is surprising when anything besides technology gets my sons interest. Then again these pigs are so cute how can anyone resist playing.

Pass the Pigs Big Pigs is a larger version of Winning Moves popular Pass the Pig Game. The foam pigs are specialty weighted, roll them like dice and they will land in a variety of different positions. Players score is based on a full color quick reference card.

The Pass the Pigs Big Pigs game comes complete with score sheets, a small pencil, and when your not rolling around those adorable pigs a black cloth bag to hold them.

Winning Moves Games was founded in 1995 by four highly esteemed game industry professionals. Since they have become a leading maker of board games, puzzles and card games. They forged a close relationship with one of the world's largest game companies, Hasbro Inc, owner of Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley. As a result many of the long lived Milton Bradley and Parker Brothers games are now exclusively made by Winning Moves. These talented group of game marketers and developers are on a mission to provide happiness to their consumers by offering cool, classic, retro and fun games for everyone.

You can connect with Winning Moves USA via Facebook , @WinningMovesGames , You Tube , Pinterest , Instagram  and Their Website .



What do you think of this great product?

3 comments:

  1. This does sound like a fun game and one that adults would enjoy right along with the kids!

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  2. This would be a blast to play with family over the holidays

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  3. I love this game! I first saw it when I was a teen volunteering in Europe, it was smaller, but so cute. Love.

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