Piggin’ Boogers: It’s all about the goo


Can you win and pick the boogers? Can you avoid the goo?

It will come as no surprise I am sure that the boys love anything which is on the ‘gross’ side.  They find anything like that completely and utterly hilarious!

A few weeks ago, I was thrilled to be contacted to review some new children’s games.  It didn’t take long for the boys to pick out their favourite, Piggin’ Boogers from Megableu

The box, which has a picture of the game. A pig with a person using their finger to pick out the green goo


A little bit about Megableu

As you have probably guessed from the spelling, Megableu are a French company.  Founded in 1994, they have been on sale in France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and Switzerland.  Until recently where they have just launched in the UK.

Megableu toys are now available from all the usual places, including Amazon and Toys ‘R’ Us.

For more information on the company, visit here.

How to play Piggin’ Boogers

The boys were really excited when the game arrived and one rainy Saturday morning we gathered round to play that game.

Piggin Boogers. Everything laid out, three little piglets, green goo, green tokens and four plates (yellow, Red, Blue)

The idea is that there are three piglets.  Before the game commences, one piglet is filled with..well.. piggin’ boogers (green goo).  You mix the piglets up and the players have to gamble on which piglet has the hidden goo.

You get little tokens to place in front of your piglet of choice.  Then you have to take it in turns to stick your finger into the piglets nose to see if you have won.  The person who finds the goo wins all the tokens.

You play the round five times and the person with the most tokens, or piggin boogers, wins!

Simple, effective and fun.

Three little piglets, one filled with goo are lined up ready to play the game.

Our Thoughts

I have to admit when I found out you needed goo, and I saw the little packet that we had received along with the game, I thought “this wont last long”.  However I should not have worried, the goo is actually reusable.

For some reason, I also thought the goo would be really thin.  There was a moment of panic as I didn’t want it to stick to the carpet.  However again we didn’t need to worry.  The goo was a really thick consistency and stuck together well.

The game was really good fun and we have played it a few times now.  It is an ideal family game for little ones obsessed with anything on the gross side, i.e. two little monkeys!

The boys were a little unsure at first, I think they didn’t entirely know what to expect.  It didn’t take long though and they were soon giggling and shrieking with laughter.

I loved to hear the shrieks of laughter coming from the boys as they braved the pigs snout to find out if they were the winner.  They both very much wanted to be the one to find the boogers!

A really great and fun family game, I would highly recommend it.

D smiles as he attempts to stick his finger into the piglets nose. L sits on the floor and also attempts it!

Disclosure – we were provided with the game for free.  All thoughts and opinions are our own.

 Piggin' Boogers - We review this fabulous, fun game for children.



  1. October 17, 2016 / 4:44 pm

    The perfect game for little kids who like slightly grosser things, I can’t imagine this being my choice if I was a kid but as long as they had fun with it which I guess they did that’s great x
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  2. October 17, 2016 / 5:29 pm

    I can imagine that it would make the boys giggle, younger kids find these ‘taboos’ funny and it does look like an entertaining concept. Fun!
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  3. October 17, 2016 / 9:33 pm

    Oh yes, my boys love anything gross too – they would love this!! Kaz x

  4. October 19, 2016 / 6:45 am

    Good to hear the goo lasts quite a while as that was my first thought (that it wouldn’t). My cousin would love this game x
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  5. October 19, 2016 / 10:02 am

    Hehe, now this does look like fun 🙂 It looks like so much fun..

  6. October 19, 2016 / 1:54 pm

    Oh this sounds gross! And perfect for children!! My two love anything disgusting too, this would be right up their street. Thanks for joining us at the #bigpinklink
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  7. October 19, 2016 / 2:05 pm

    That looks so gross! And something that my daughter would LOVE :-O Great that they included a resealable bag for the slime. #BloggerClubUK
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  8. October 20, 2016 / 3:52 pm

    Haha, this looks like so much fun! My friend’s little one would love this. Think I’d rather play Hungry Hippos though, was my fave game as a child.

  9. October 22, 2016 / 12:22 am

    I know one of my daughter’s in particular who would love this game! She loves anything like this, and the fact that it includes goo would definitely be a winner! I’d have had the same thoughts as you about the goo though, so that’s good to know. #bigpinklink

  10. October 22, 2016 / 11:48 pm

    Childrens games today always shock and surprise me. They all seem to play on the things that are kind of gross, but that kids find hilarious, which I guess it why they enjoy them so much. Its just so different from the games that we used to play as children which I find so hard to get my head around. I guess thats why we’re from different generations! It looks and sounds like a game that your little ones loved, and im sure mine would too from the looks of it. One to look out for at christmas im sure 😉 Great review, thanks for sharing it on #MarvMondays. Emily

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