Roll possibilities and point values:
Razorback (pig on it's back)5 Points
2x Razorback 20 Points
Trotter (pig Standing Up)5 Points
2x Trotter 20 Points
Snouter (Pig Landed on it's Snout)10 Points
2x Snouter 40 Points
Leaning Jowler (Pig Landed on the Side of it's Face)15 Points
2x Leaning Jowler 60 Points
Pig-Out (Pig Landed on it's Side) Back To Zero For Turn
2x Sides or 1 Point
Oinker (Pigs land touching) Back To Zero For Game
Mixed Throw The Two Values Added Together
The rules are simple. The first player to reach 100 points or more is the winner. When it is your turn, you roll. If you get a Pig-Out or an Oinker, then you pass the pigs onto the next player. If you get anything else, you may decide to roll again or pass the pigs. If you keep rolling again, you accumulate points to add to your bank but if you get a Pig-Out, then all your points accumulated this turn are nullified.
You play by yourself and simply try to accumulate one hundred points. It's a decent way to get an idea of when you need to bank and hold onto your points, and when you need to sling some bacon.
Two-player mode lets you compete directly with your friends and/or enemies, when your turn is over you have to pass the DS.
To throw your pigs, simply rub the stylus back and forth on the touch screen to build momentum (displayed on a power meter) and thrust the stylus forward to toss your piggies.