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Chickapig: Use strategy to keep your chickens in line

Kidsday reporter Melanie Argueta reviewed the Chickapig game.

Kidsday reporter Melanie Argueta reviewed the Chickapig game. Credit: Newsday/Pat Mullooly

Chickapig is a game that involves a lot of strategy.

The game includes: one game board, six chickapigs per color, four hay bales per color, a cow, one cow fence, eight cow poops, nine poop cards, nine daisy cards, one sand timer, one chickapig die, and one rule booklet. You need to play with two to four players. The objective of the game is to get your flock of chickapigs across the board. Basically, you are in charge of a flock of chickapigs, and the first player who gets his or her chickapig flock into the net wins. Don’t forget to watch out for the pooping cow!

I think this game is great for family game night, or for people who like strategy games. I recommend players read the rule booklet carefully. The game is easy to set up and fun to play. Overall, this game is for people who like to test their brains against each other.

Ages: 10 and older

Rating: 4 smiles out of 5

Diana Talamo’s fourth-grade class, St. Martin de Porres Marianist School, Uniondale

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