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Pick Picknic

English language edition of Hick Hack in Gackelwack

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Ages Play Time Players
8+ 15-20 minutes 2-6

Designer(s): Stefan Dorra

Publisher(s): Rio Grande Games, Zoch

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Product Description

'A corn, please!' is the cry heard from many fowl mouths at the cold buffets in the many poultry yards. Game hens, pheasants, ducks, geese, and turkeys seem to be always hungry -- never getting enough to eat. In Pick Picknic, a real feast awaits them! The fox is also always hungry and ready to eat, but from a somewhat different menu...

Product Information


  • 60 cards
  • 6 game boards
  • 1 die
  • 78 wooden corn cubes
  • rules

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 4.2 in 8 reviews

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Fun light game
July 09, 2005
Played "Pick Picknic" English version once. Fun, short and light weight. Good "filler" or family game. I have only played a couple times - I'm not sure about long-term replay value.
by Rick T
Will you be sly as a fox or get outfoxed? Great Family Fun
September 05, 2004

Hick Hack in Gacklewack)(now Pick Picnic in the English Version)is a great family game. What kid wouldn't like sticking someone with the goose poop and causing them to lose 2 points?

Fast action combined with a bit of strategy and a bit of luck. If your goose gets greedy, you might score big, but you may get left with nothing, or even worse, getting gobbled up by a sly fox. But if you're too sly, and overplay your foxes, you may end up with nothing, or even getting stuck with the dreaded goose poop.

This is the first game our family packs when we travel. It's compact, easy to play, and fun. Whether we're spending the night in a hotel room or we're relaxining after a day at the beach. A few rounds of Hick Hack is a great family diversion.

by Todd 12
funny card game
May 23, 2004

We have a flock of ducks so this game is particularly fun in our house. The game has a little bit of strategy but my four year old brother still enjoys the game. We modify the game by playing with half the hay. That makes for quick game play. I love the artwork, too.

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