Try to save the Sad Piggies in the Card Game of Piggy Deaths from ending up on the breakfast table. These proud pigs are trying to avoid certain death and your plate. But, their goal is a suicidal mission as they would rather have their demise be at their own hands (err, hooves). Unfortunately, the daft piggies have misplaced their tools in the barn. It’s up to you to help these pigs by finding their preferred tools. Throughout the game, you’ll collect piggy corpses by correctly matching the right Tool Card to the right Pig Card. In addition, you can use the Action Cards to take pigs from other players or stop them from winning. These actions include body bagging to protect your corpses and reviving other players’ pigs as well as outright stealing them. The game is over when the first player collects the most pigs wins the game. With a fast paced game-play and taking just five minutes to learn, the Sad Piggies Game is great for those aged 10 and older. May the most “helpful” player win!
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Sad Piggies Card Game of Piggy Deaths
@Khairul @Pete Thanks for the support. We are going back to the drawing board and hope to come up with better artwork and designs for Sad Piggies. Stay tuned as we launch our campaign again. Do visit http://www.instagram.com/thesadpiggies for more Sad Piggies content!
why is this cancelled?! was looking forward to the game.. :(
Breaking my heart here - this looks amazing!
Will do my best to keep those piggies sad and help them die, hopefully so depressed that their meat will make meat eaters so sad to even go to the butcher again.
Yep maybe they all exploded
@Ryan, not sure where they went. Maybe they all disappeared after playing Exploding Kittens? :P
Where are the exploding kittens people this game seems to be in that genre and I would think have no trouble being funded
@Maarten afraid so, sadly for the pigs. Except for that one pig that was bitten by radioactive spiders.
Just got one very important question .. if the pigs die honorably, do we still get their bacon ?