Pickomino is simple dice game by Reiner Knizia. The game consists of sixteen domino-like tiles with cost values of 21 to 36 on the top portion and worm victory point value icons, 1 to 5, on the bottom. The game also includes eight six-sided dice with standard 1-5 pip values and a worm icon instead of the 6. Each turn a player rolls dice and choose which same-value dice to set aside, then roll the reminder. Thus if you roll a set of two 2-pips, three 4-pips, and three worms, you can set aside one of the three sets. The worms count as 5-pips, and at least one worm die is necessary to buy a tile. You cannot pick a set of dice with pips that you already have set aside, making Pickomino a press-your-luck game. You can buy any tile that adds up to your dice pip count or less. If you roll the exact number, you can steal from another player's top stack. Who ever collects the most worms is the winner.
There is a solitaire variant on Facebook with dragons rather than worms and special powerups. The Random mode out of the two modes, Classic and Random, feels more like the original multiplayer version because the tiles can be stacked. Players typically hide high victory point tiles by stacking, since only the top tile can be stolen. Reiner Knizia says he can score a 100 points without using any powerups on Facebook. How far can you go?