My Mummy's World : Piggin' Boogers | A Review

Monday, 24 October 2016

Piggin' Boogers | A Review

Jack is a typical boy and loves all things gross, anything slightly gross is hilarious! 
A few weeks back we were contacted to review some childrens games, and it didn't take long for Jack to spot Piggin' Boogers and ask for it. 
Piggin' Boogers | A Review

Piggin' Boogers is made by Megableu who are a French company founded in 1994 and recently launched within the UK. They are now available within a wide range of stores and do all kinds of fun games. 
Piggin' Boogers | A Review

So Piggin' Boogers, whats it about? Well the aim of the game is to find the piglet with the gunky nose. It's quite simple to play, with simple rules to follow too. You take a blob of goo (booger) and place within one of the piglets noses before mixing them up. Each player than bets little booger chips on which piggy they think has a gooey nose. Then each player takes it in turn to pick the piglets nose with the winner being whoever finds the booger. Simple and gross, what more could a 4 year old want?


Piggin' Boogers | A Review

Piggin' Boogers | A Review

Piggin' Boogers | A Review

When we received I was initially worried about the goo, thinking the small packet it came with wouldn't last long and that it would ruin the furniture around the house if it got around. However I needn't of worried. The goo is reusable and sticks together really well and so far its not ruined anything. 


Piggin' Boogers | A Review

We've played this a few times now, and each time Jack seems to enjoy it more and more. Seeing his funny faces and giggles if he found the goo was lovely! Each game he wanted to be the one to find the booger though so, he did do a bit of cheating sometimes. 


Piggin' Boogers | A Review

For the younger children it was a perfect game and kept his attention really well, but I think too old and they may get bored and find it repetitive. 


Piggin' Boogers | A Review

Please Note: We received this game in exchange for an honest review, all words and opinions are my own. 

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