"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,... Chickens, geese, and ducks, become happily plump when they are able to eat well and often. Such is not different for the clever fox, who will eat all manner of incautious fowl... At the end of the game, the player who has gotten the plumpest poultry and the most nutritious corn is the winner!
Stefan Dorra's remake of Razzia with the theme centered around chickens and their quest for corn. But watch out, there are foxes out there trying to get to the chickens.
One of those "children's games" that adults find fun as well. Features artwork by Doris Matthäus.
A visual aid for kids (and adults). On one side are the cube values, and on the other a rules summary because why not. Designed to be printed on cardstock, folded and stood up or simply inserted into the box cover. A version with the cube values on both sides is in there too.
I made this to help teach my 4-year-old the game, and since cleaned it up and added the rules when I gave the game as a gift. It came in handy, and I hope others find it useful too!
A tuckbox to hold the poultry and fox cards. Fits in the original game box - use to avoid having to use an elastic or a baggy to hold the cards.
Tuckbox template created using the generator by Craig P Forbes at http://www.cpforbes.net/tuckbox/tuckbox.cgi.
Three game aids in one file!
1) Brief version of the rules. Tiny.
2) Full version of the rules. Not large at all. 3 panels.
3) Grain cube point value chart. Full color.
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Not enough? Wait, there's more - 2 versions of each! Identical, except one version makes reference to Red Cubes instead of the confusing Green Cubes.