Sleeping Queens Video Review


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What’s Cool:

  • Very cute designs.
  • Nostalgic to fairy tales.
  • Great for adults too.
  • Uses some memory aspects as well.
  • Challenging, mathematical, and fun!

What’s Not:

  • Some rules need to be more precise.

Neutral Information:

  • Game was created by a young girl.

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    • on January 9, 2011 at 6:22 PM

    I bought this game for my 4 & 6 yr old grand daughters and they have had fun playing . I just think I must be missing something, what is the point of having the number cards? Are they just to have something to draw and discard? Or for 2 or 3 players, can you use them to win the game if you should have 5 cards with the number 10, even if you do not have any queens or some other combination of number # cards and queens ? One place the instructions state you must have 5 queens or 50 points and another plance indicates that it must be 5 queens ? I think it would be interesting to have the objection of trying to get the # cards that match your queen, but I just couldn’t find any mention of what part the # cards play in the game. Does any one have suggestions or an explanation

  1. Great for children under 10, it does wear out its welcome fairly quickly with older players. Additional house rules regarding which queens can be in the same hand as well as different equation rules can spice it up a bit.

  2. My neice loves this. I bought it after seeing your reviews here!

    • ranoobu on March 21, 2010 at 8:45 PM

    I liked this card game. I believe this was made by a teacher? (Don’t quote me on that)

    It’s a really fun game with lots of things for kids to think about. It’s definitely one to play with kids who aren’t used to really deep or massive amount of mechanic type games.

    Keep in mind that there is some “screwage” factor in this game where you can mess with your opponents cards in case you don’t like that sort of thing.

    That being said, I fully recommend this game for kids and adults!

    Rating: 8

  3. Looking for games to play with my daughter who is 3. This might be a great one in a couple years.

  4. I have a 5 year old daughter who we bought the game for a 2 months ago. She absolutely loves the game. Any time we plan on playing a game she wants to play Sleeping Queens. Luckily it can be fun for adults too, though the basis is purely random.

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