As a result of the Geeklist Challenge, it falls to me to make this list of games involving pillows.
To qualify, a game has to have more than just a picture of a pillow on the box. A pillow must be depicted in the actual components, or the game itself must specifically involve pillows, even if not visually depicted.
There are some games that involve stuffed animals. So what? Stuffed animals are not pillows.
Si non potes reperire Berolini in tabula, ludens essetis non WIF.
Hey, get your stinking cursor off my face! I got nukes, you know.
What's the pillow connection? Gideon Johnson Pillow, that's what. Though he opposed secession, Pillow was a political general for the Confederacy (actually, he had also been appointed a general in the US Army during the Mexican war). He was second in command at Fort Donelson when the Confederates found themselves in dire straits, beset by the forces of Union general Ulysses S. Grant.
The commander, John Floyd, fearing prosecution by the Union should he be captured (he was US Secretary of War up till December 29, 1860 and was accused of sending US munitions south before he quit his post), turned command over to Pillow. Pillow likewise didn't want to be captured, and passed the unpleasant duty of surrendering to Simon Bolivar Buckner. Floyd and Buckner Pillow escaped.
Grant had served with Pillow in Mexico. When Buckner told Grant that Pillow seemed to think his capture would be disastrous for the Confederacy, Grant replied "Oh, if I had got him, I'd let him go again. He will do us more good commanding you fellows."
So there he is - General Gideon Johnson Pillow. Not soft & fluffy, but not exactly a hardened leader, either.
"Cats and Mice run around the board in a crazy race to save their skins (box text). Funny game in which each player must move his mice to the finish line, while at the same time tries to get the more the better of the other players mice. The winner is the player with most points at the end of the game (from the game rules)."