A fun strategic board game to keep you entertained for hours
Contains 50 wooden pieces
Ideal for 8 years and up
Suggested Age: 8 Years and Up
Material: Wood, cardstock, cardboard
Type of Game: Strategy and war games
Playing Time: 30-40 Minutes
Includes: Game board, pawns, dice, cards
Number of Players: 2-4 Players
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-8268
Enjoy endless hours of fun with the Chickapig Board Game by Buffalo Games. This exciting strategy game features chicken-pig hybrids that try to reach their goals while they dodge their opponents, hay bales and a pooping cow. This board game requires two to four players and is a whole lot of fun! Looking for the perfect toy for your kiddo? The chickapig board game is just the right pick!
My 5 yo isn’t quite ready for this game. Dh and I like it ok. It’s kind of a simple game for 2 player. I don’t suggest it unless you’re playing with 3-4 regularly. The wood pieces are cheap feeling. Might as well have made them plastic.
A fun, easy, family-friendly strategy game. My 11-year-old son thoroughly enjoyed the game and the silliness of play. I do think the "a FARM TO TABLE game" title is a bit misleading, as that phrase often refers to the process of how food goes from a farm to your table. In the case of CHICKAPIG, "farm to table" really might be better stated as "farm on table." Either way, it is a game my family will repeatedly play.
Fun family night game! There is a pooping cow in this game... so my 4 & 7 year old boys cannot get enough of being able to “poop” in front of mom and dad’s goals! It provides lots of laughs and enough fun for the younger generation to enjoy but is still a strategy game that can entertain the older generations.
This wasn't our style game. It is a chess-like game, in which you are trying to block opponents using hay bales and cow smellies. So a heads up to anyone who may think this is educational because of the "Farm to Table" listed on the front, it is not. It has nothing to do with how the animals get from a farm to your table
It takes a long time to play, but seemed like the kids caught on quickly. Also, its quite expensive for what the game is.