Sleeping Queens (Anniversary Edition) Sleeping Queens

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No. of Player:2
Playing Time:5 mins
Version: Chinese ( traditional Chinese ) + English

The Waffle Queen, Ladybug Queen and ten of their closest friends have been put to sleep by a spell, and it's your job to wake them up. Use strategy, quick thinking, and a little luck to awaken these sleeping nobles from their stagnant royal selves. Send knights to plunder the queen, or jesters for adventure, but beware of evil potions and dastardly dragons! The player who wakes up the most queens wins.
Exclusive new rules for the Asian version, suitable for children over 5 years old and younger!
Imagine a place with a waffle queen, a cookie king, and an overprotective dragon... It sounds like something that could only happen in a dream, but it really is a dream. Sleeping Queens was created by Miranda Evarts, a six-year-old girl. One night, when he couldn't sleep, he came up with the game. He woke up the next morning and met his sister Madeleine and his parents Denise and Max. With the help of his wife, he designed this whimsical world of a napping nobleman. As you immerse yourself in Miranda's dream, you will find that this game helps with memory development, strategy and basic arithmetic skills. Just be careful when you are making hypnotic potions, you may accidentally All players are also hypnotized.
In Sleeping Queens , players need to use strategy, quick thinking, and a little luck to rouse these napping nobles from their royal slumbers. The twelve queen cards lie face-down on the table. On a turn, you take one action from the cards in your hand: play a king to awaken and claim a sleeping queen, play a knight to steal someone else's queen (unless she has a dragon for protection), play a potion to send a queen to sleep once again (unless she has a wand for protection), use a jester to try out your luck with the top of the deck, or discard one or more number cards to draw more cards. Each queen card has a point value on it, and whenever all the required queens have been awakened or one player hits the point threshold, the game ends and whoever has the most points wins.