Most of the games I've found that have been hitting the table have been American or party games. I haven't seen Euro games or games that involve a lot of strategy hitting game nights as often. Could this be because we are all busy and would rather play more mindless titles? Maybe, we just find ourselves getting lazier with time and don't want to think too hard. So is there a fix to this dilemma we have or are we doomed to enjoy light-hearted games for the rest of times? No, because now I have chickapigs. Chickapigs is a light farm theme board game incorporating full move puzzle mechanics with multiple players. What is great about this is it asks for a nice bit of strategy in order to win. The movement mechanics makes it so you need to plan your future moves. This title has an original concept and comes with a clear rulebook and comes in a burlap bag. Sure, there are just a handful of unclear rules, but it is an easy read and made gameplay possible in under five minutes. In Chickapig you are to move your line of six chickapigs from one side of the board to your goal located on the other side of the board. It sounds simple, but there is a trick, once the chickapigs move they can't stop until they have hit a haystack, cow, or other chickapig. In order to get your chickapigs into the goal, you need to move your haystacks and cows around the board so your chickapigs will be able to take their straight shot moves and have stoppers along the way. Keep in mind, don't pay too much attention to your chickapigs, you want to move objects in a way to hinder your opponent from doing the same thing as you.