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Designer Stefan Dorra
Manufacturer Zoch
Year 2001
Source Import
Quick Summary
spacerChickens, geese and ducks eating at the right time can look forward to a little extra padding. The same is true for clever foxes who can smell what's coming. There are six different barnyards where bits representing corn are distributed at the beginning of each round. Players simultaneously choose a card from their hands to play. Each card corresponds to one of the six barnyards and depicts either a chicken or a fox. The cards are revealed and corn is won or lost depending on a comparison of the cards. Fox cards get to eat chickens or geese. At the end of the game, the winner is the one who ingested the most valuable foul and the most nourishing grains. Hick Hack is a "children's game" that adults will find fun as well. Plays fine with two but better with three and four.and more. An English translation of the rules is provided and there is no German on game pieces. For more information, click on the Funagain link or review the description for Hick Hack in Gackelwack at the Boardgame Geek.
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