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If one line extension – that being Heckmeck Barbecue – is a somewhat more complicated version of the original Heckmeck am Bratwurmeck (aka Pickomino), then you might expect a second line extension to be simpler – which brings us to Heckmeck Junior.
This game does away with the dots on the dice, replacing them with hamburger components; the worms are still present, but on two sides of the dice this time. Game play is the same as the base game, with players rolling the dice, then setting aside all of the same type of ingredient. All sides of the dice have one item on them, except for the side with two buns. When a player stops, whether voluntarily or because she rolls items already set aside, she sums the burger elements on the dice, then claims a tile matching this number. Players can still steal tiles from opponents, but they no longer lose a tile when they bust.
Description written by W. Eric Martin and used with permission of BoardgameNews.com