Pass the Pigs
Average rating 7.04 BGG average rating 5.32
Last played 21-Aug-2004 Players 2 - 1
Total plays 6 Designer David Moffat
Weight 1 Year 1977
Playing Time 30 mins BGG Entry BoardGameGeek

Player # plays # wins Average rating Last played
Andy 6 3 7.00 21-Aug-2004
Anne 2 0 7.50 8-Jun-2001
Boog 3 0 7.00 21-Aug-2004
Oggie 5 3 8.00 21-Aug-2004
Paul 5 1 6.20 21-Aug-2004
Tel 4 0 6.75 21-Aug-2004

This very portable beer amp; pretzels game comes as a pocket travel case containing 2 pig dice, two pencils and a scoring booklet that also includes the scoring table. The pigs are actual pig miniatures, with a dot on their right object is to be the first to score 100 points using quot;pigsquot; as dice. On your turn, you throw the pigs and hope they end up in a scoring position such as a quot;snouter,quot; quot;trotter,quot; or quot;leaning jowlerquot; (ranging in value from 1 to 60 points); if they do, you decide whether to quot;cashquot; the points (pass the pigs to the next player) or to roll again. If you roll a non-scorer (quot;pig outquot; - one pig on the right flank, the other on the left flank; a fairly frequent result), you lose any as-yet-uncashed points. If you throw an quot;oinkerquot; (both pigs touching each other), you lose your entire accumulated score. If you throw a quot;piggybackquot; (one pig on top of the other), you're altogether eliminated!br/br/The variant Hog Call rules allow the other players to risk predicting the outcome of the throw; if predicted successfully, the hog caller earns twice the value of the position *and* deducts that same amount from the roller's score!br/br/Schweinerei, the German edition, was released by Milton Bradley in 1984; Milton Bradley in 1996; Winning Moves Games (USA) Deutschland in