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Pie Face took the cream to the face in style when it arrived in 2015. Of
Pie Face is as easy as pie to set up and play, although clean-up will be required so don’t forget a cloth or towel :).
To get started, players attach the purple Chin Rest and Splash Card Mask to the Pie Thrower base, this comprises of two handles and a throwing arm in the shape of a hand.
After setting the throwing arm in place, you add the pièce de résistance: a dollop of whipped cream from your kitchen.
The rules of the game dictate state that the youngest player goes first so you must enforce this every time. A numbered spinner determines how many times a player must turn the handles of the pie thrower. Each player then places his or her chin on the Chin Rest with face protruding through the opening in the splash card.
A point is awarded each time for every successful click of the handle that does NOT result in the player getting a face full of whipped cream. If a player completes a turn without getting hit, the points double. For the faint of heart, partial turns are allowed. For example, if a player spins a 4, he or she may elect to turn the handle only 2 times. But, this strategy comes with a price: you can’t score double points.
As you might expect, getting “pie-faced” results in a huge round of laughter by your opponents and no points added to your running tally.
The first player to 25 points is declared the winner (and, in my house, is absolved of cleanup duty.)
Pie Face also comes with a small sponge that can be wet and used as a whipped cream alternative. But where’s the fun in that?!? You need to