Three Little Pigs is one of my daughter's favorite games and it should be yours too. Why? Simple Yahtzee mechanics that everyone understands. The theme is cute and solid. It also adds just a little more difficulty for other or all players with awards cards.
Published by Iello Games and designed by Laurent Pouchain with illustrations by Xavier Collette, it is part of what is now a two game "Tales and Games" series. The box looks like a book as does the second game Baba Yaga. Inside the box along with the game is a 6-page story book of the The Three Little Pigs.
The object of the game is to build houses out of the various tiles. The taller the house, the more points. The better the building materials, the more points. In other words, wood is better than straw and brick is better than wood. You can also score bonus points if the tiles have a little flower pot picture on it. But the game will end when a certain number of the stacks of tiles have been emptied which varies depending on the number of players.
This is a silly little blog where a single father from Boston discusses hobby board and card games that he plays with his 5 year-old girl Natalya. Sometimes her teenage brother, Jeffrey, might even play too! And their Dad might go off on some other tangent — it may even be game related. Imagine that?
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