As you may know, we love playing games in this house. So when we were asked if we wanted to try Piggin Boogers we accepted straight away.
Piggin Boogers is a fantastically icky game where you have to guess which piggy has a hidden booger in it.
Piggin Boogers is made by Megableu. Megableu are a French company founded in 1994 that have launched in the UK. Recently I have noticed they have TV adverts for their games, especially on Nick JR.
A piglet is full of slimy booger goo. All piglets are mixed up quickly. The players now have to gamble in which piglet the goo is hidden. Place your bet and place your “PIGGIN’BOOGERS” in front of the piglet of your choice.
Now all players have to put their finger in the piglet to find out whether there is goo inside. Have you found the goo? Then you win the bet!
Those who, after five rounds of play, have the most “PIGGIN’ BOOGERS” is the winner!
The game comes with:
- 3 piglets
- 15 small Pigger Booger tokens
- 3 big Pigger Booger tokens
- 3 small plates
- 1 big plate
- 30g Slimy Slime Goo
What did we think of Piggin Boogers?
Cameron and I really enjoyed playing Piggin Boogers.
The game is recommended for 3-4 players but we found 2 players worked just as well. We just took it in turns to either put the booger in the piggy or guess which piggy the booger was in.
Initially I was a bit concerned about the goo. I imagined the goo sticking to everything, leaving green residue marks on surfaces and it eventually drying up. However I was pleased to find that this wasn’t the case at all. The goo was the right consistency where it stuck together but it didn’t stick to other things or leave residue. We have played the game many times and the goo hasn’t dried up at all.
Overall we are very impressed with Piggin Boogers. Its a simple but a really great fun game that the whole family can enjoy again and again.
If you want your own Piggin Boogers you can buy it using the Amazon Link below. Please see the disclaimer at the bottom of this post for more information.
Note: I received Piggin Boogers for free for the purpose of the review. All opinions are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link. If you choose to buy Piggin Boogers through this link, I receive compensation, however this does not effect the amount you pay.
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