How to play?
Preparing the game:
Set up the stage of the game with all the pieces: the pot, the wolf, the three little pigs and the three dice. We are all the three little pigs. The common task is to move the most suitable pig of the three so that everyone gets to the house before the wolf does.
The object of the game is to build the brick house and place each little pig in the flower of its color before the wolf manages to get all three of them into the pot. To do this, you play with the dice, which has these actions:
- 1, 2 or 3: You move forward (or backward) a little piggy the squares indicated
- House: You advance a little pig to the next house (even from house to house if you were already in one). Being in a house the wolf can't take you to the pot even if he passes by one.
- Wolf: You advance (always advance without going back) the wolf, from wolf to wolf.
When there is a pig in a square between wolf and wolf, and the wolf moves from square to square, you go to the pot. To get out of the pot, the other pigs have to fall (not pass) into one of the squares-oil, and it can go either way.
How do you build the brick house? Every time a piglet passes in front of the site of the little house, a part of the house is stacked. Once the house is built, the pigs can hide there from the wolf.
If the wolf manages to get the three little pigs into the pot, all the players learn their lesson and talk about what could have been done to win.
If the three little pigs make it to the pot, everyone wins!
Djeco is a family business, founded in 1954 and passed on from mother to son. A perennial company where the only key words are: Creativity, Boldness and Passion. In 1995 they are focused on the manufacture of educational toys.
Safety is not a game for Djeco. All their toys are subject to strict controls and a series of tests and adaptation to the standards, in order to guarantee absolute safety for children. Thanks to this, its products are exported to more than 40 countries worldwide.
Djeco has an important team dedicated to continuous creation at its Parisian headquarters, where they create toys to enhance children's imagination through play.