6 Best Pie Face Games | December 2016
We spent 21 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top picks for this wiki. What child doesn't like to get messy? Or better still, inflict messiness on his family and friends? These pie face games will have your kids rolling on the floor laughing, but will require a moderate amount of cleanup on your part. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best pie face game on Amazon.
While it doesn't have a lot of difference when compared to its competition, the Splat Family Party Game falls ever so slightly short on just about every area of build quality, from the spring release in the game base to the numbered spinner.
- simple to assemble
- silent turning arm
- hand comes up too slowly
|Rating||4.0 / 5.0|
Understanding that a game like this could get messy fast, the creators of the Hilarious Pie Face thought to include a sponge intended to sit between the plastic hand and the cream itself, effectively creating a barrier that makes cleanup much easier when game play is done.
- includes splash guard
- no batteries required
- throwing joint feels fragile
|Brand||Hilarious Pie Face|
|Rating||4.1 / 5.0|
With the Hasbro Minion C0676 any fear that your kids harbor about getting a plastic handful of fluffy sugar slammed into their faces will disappear if they have even the slightest affinity for the Despicable Me film franchise and its attendant minions.
- character face plate
- blue and gold colors
- pay a high price for brand name
|Rating||4.1 / 5.0|
The Hasbro Pie Face Showdown does away with turns, dials, and dice, and instead pits the consistent motor action capacity of one player against the other. Each of you slam away at your assigned button in a sort of tug-of-war, the loser of which gets an unwanted snack.
- variegated timed release
- easy setup and breakdown
- winner can't see loser's face
|Rating||4.9 / 5.0|
While it may not have the same quality build as the games that inspired it, the Zuru Cake Splat uses a simple die in place of the original spinning arrow dial to determine the number of times a player must risk a handful of sweet whip.
- clown cutout chin rest
- safe for ages 5 and up
- button-based actuator
|Rating||5.0 / 5.0|
The Hasbro B7063 is a turn-based pie contest in which each player spins a dial. Whatever number the arrow hits corresponds to the amount of times you have to turn the release for the pie, effectively creating a creamy game of Russian Roulette.
- 2016 toy of the year award winner
- random tension spring
- accumulate points to win
|Rating||4.8 / 5.0|