London-based board game publishers, Big Potato, has just released P for Pizza, the quick-thinking, answer-shouting letter game – and just like any pizza party, it’s all about grabbing as many slices as you can.
On the street, it’s known as the “easy-cheesy letter game”, but you don’t need perfect pizza knowledge or super spelling skills to play. You just need to be able to shout out words (and be pretty speedy about it).
The aim of the game is to collect nine pizza slices before anyone else. To do this, you’ll have to pick a category, then think of an answer that starts with the letter opposite. For example, if you needed a TV show beginning with B, you could shout “Baywatch”... or “Bob the Builder”!
The first player to shout out an answer grabs a slice and adds it to their collection. Once you’ve scored nine slices, you’ll have enough to build your giant pizza slice and win the game.
Plus, to make the deal even sweeter, the game comes packaged in a handy, travel-sized pizza slice box. That means you can take it anywhere, play it anywhere and go around telling strangers you’ve got pizza in your backpack – which just feels great.
Available now, P for Pizza serves two to four players and is suitable for ages eight and up, making it a great takeaway choice for the whole family.
If you’d like to learn more, get in touch with Emily Bond at email@example.com. In the meantime, here’s a video of the game in action: