Step right up for more Pie Face fun with the newest version of the popular pie-in-your-face game Pie Face Sky High. This game stands more than three feet tall and looks like one of those test-your-strength carnival games. You'll be testing your strength in this game to see if you can activate the hand and flip a handful of whipped cream into another player's face.
To play, put some whipped cream on the hand. Then, choose a player to look through the mask and face the throwing arm. You spin the spinner to determine the difficulty level for your turn and the number of swings you get. Once you move the difficulty slider to the appropriate level (easy, medium, or hard), pick up the plastic hammer and hit the base plate as hard as you can. If the red piece goes all the way up and pies your opponent, you score one point. If you don't pie your opponent, then your turn is over. Either way, the player looking through the mask gets to go next.
The first player to three points wins.
This is a fun new addition to the Pie Face game line-up. We like the changing difficulty levels, giving players of all ages the chance to show their strength. And, of course, there is the chance of getting whipped cream in your face, which is what the Pie Face games are all about. If you're looking for a new way to pie your friends and family, then this game will be a lot of fun.
Pie Face Sky High is for two or more players ages 5 and up. It's going to be a fun new way to play Pie Face for fans of the messy whipped cream game.
Assembly is required but is easy to do.
The game does not come with any whipped cream.
Make sure you clean all the game components before putting it away.
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