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An example of a roll in Pass the Pigs
Pass the Pigs is a commercial version of the dice game, Pig. Pass the Pigs was originally published under the name Pig Mania!
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2 Relative frequencies
4 External links
Each turn involves one player throwing two model pigs, each of which has a dot on one side only. The player will have points either given or taken away, based on the way the pigs land (see below). Each turn lasts until the player throwing either rolls the pigs in a way that wipes out their current turn score or decides to stop their turn, add their turn score to their total score and pass the pigs to the next player. The winner is the first player to score a total of whatever you chose. 100 for a faster game and 500 for a longer game. but you can make it as high as you want it to be.
Single pig The pig is lying on its side - 0 Points
Razorback - The pig is lying on its back - 5 Points
Trotter - The pig is standing upright - 5 Points
Snouter - The pig is leaning on its snout - 10 Points
Leaning Jowler - The pig is resting on its snout and ear - 15 Points
Both pigs Sider - The pigs are on their sides, either both with the spot facing upward or both with the spot facing downward - 1 Point
Double Razorback - The pigs are both lying on their backs - 20 Points
Double Trotter - The pigs are both standing upright - 20 Points
Double Snouter - The pigs are both leaning on their snouts - 40 Points
Double Leaning Jowler - The pigs are both resting between snouts and ears - 60 Points
Mixed Combo - A combination not mentioned above is the sum of the single pigs score
Pig Out - If both pigs are lying on their sides, one with the spot facing upwards and one with the spot facing downwards the score for that turn is reset to 0 and the turn changes to the next player
Makin' Bacon (or Oinker) - If both pigs are touching, then the total score is reset to 0 and the turn changes to the next player
Kissing bacon - if both snouts are touching - 100 points
Piggyback - If one pig lands completely resting on top of the other, then the player is out of the game.
Out of table - when playing on a table, if any pig falls, then you lose 10 points
There are several variations to these game rules. One is the Hog Call, where a player attempts to guess the score they are about to land. If correct, they double their points.