We would like to offer you two of our latest editions to the Queen Kids line: "Push - A - Monster" & "Chef Alfredo". Both games are for 2-4 players ages 5+.
Both Games are already at the printers, ready to print and should be finished by the end of April / early May, that is why we are aiming for an end of May / early June estimated shipping date.
In Germany the game will be availabe at end of April.
Chirdren's games with high quality components are expensive to produce and advertising is very costly for us. Through the kickstarter platform we are trying to asses the size of the print run and seek your support for our line of Queen Kids games.
Our games for children / family always have a fun teaching element from memory to motor skills and they are fun to play with the whole family.
We use environmentally friendly material for all our games which are held to the German guidelines for child safety.
This is a great way to introduce your family to gaming and before you know it you will be making room for them at the big table!
Push - A - Monster is the new addition to our Queen Kids line of games.
It is a monstrously strong pushing game with a fascinating 3D-setup for 2-4 players, ages 5 and up.
Monsters have been let loose in the arena, it’s getting crowded on the platform and the monsters keep on coming.
Roll a die to see what monster you must add to the arena. Place the monster on the lager of the two monster pushers. You can’t use your hands to push a monster into the arena, use the shorter monster pusher and push the monster into the arena.
The monster has to be completely on the arena but be careful: If a monster falls off the arena platform all other players get to add a monster tile of that monster to their collection.
The game ends immediately when the die roll shows a monster that is no longer available in the general supply. Then arrange all your monster tokens in a line. Whoever has the longest line of monster tokens wins!
Chef Alfredo is the latest addition to our Queen Kids line of games.
There’s chaos in the kitchen, Chef Alfredo has forgotten which soup is simmering in which pot! Can you help him out by adding the correct ingredients to the different pots? Watch your fellow players, did they put the ingredients into the proper pot? Train your memory in this fun cooking game for 2-4 players ages 5 and up.
To start the game place one recipe tile in each pot. Everyone gets to look inside each pot and should try his best to remember which recipe tile is in which pot.
The first player rolls the die to determine what ingredient he has to add to a pot of his choice. Take the ingredient from the bin and add it to the pot. Look inside the pot. Did you add the ingredient to the right pot? Don’t let anyone else know whether you got it right or got it wrong. Pass the die to your left. Make sure not to change the die result.
Does your fellow cook think you placed the ingredient in the proper pot?
If yes you get a cooking tile.
If your fellow cook thinks no, you put the wrong ingredient into the wrong pot he says, “that was the wrong soup!” Pour out the contents of that pot, placing the recipe tile from that pot next to the die:
If your fellow player is wrong and you did place the ingredient in the correct pot, you get a cooking tile from the supply. As a penalty for mistrusting you, that player must pass the die to the next player in clockwise order, losing his turn.
If your fellow player is right and you placed the ingredient in the wrong pot, he takes one cooking tile from the supply as a reward and you get nothing! Then that player rolls the die for his turn.
This seems all pretty simple right? Well, if Chef Alfredo himself is rolled two pots change position on the board making it a little confusing to remember what pot has what recipe in it.
Once the last cooking tile has been claimed, the game ends. The player with the most cooking tiles is the winner and can assist Chef Alfredo in the kitchen.
Brazil, Russia and Ukraine
Due to the high customs charges and delivery challenges we no longer ship to Brazil, Russia or Ukraine. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Risks and challenges
Everything Alhambra : Printing is completed and it should leave for the USA and Canada as soon as the next ship is available.
Shipping in Europe starts 2nd week in April.
Lancaster, Wallenstein : are in schedule as planned.
the US edition is scheduled for printing in April and we should ship it immediately to the States and Canada.
The German Edition is already delivered to the German backers.
German Edition is ready and will be availbe in the retail early April and US Edition will be printed in April.
Our toughest challenge with our previous projects has involved the coordination of production when a game is made with components from different manufacturers. This creates some logistics and shipping challenges that we want to improve upon. Going forward our plan is to minimize this situation so that we can better manage our production timeline and delivery.
Due to circumstances out of our control like extreme weather delays of 2-3 months or longer can occur in individual cases.
Due to shipping time (ocean transit, customs, rail/truck, and final delivery), our release policy for Kickstarter Games releases is that they will be released in the EU when they are available since we produce in Holland. The USA will be 8-10 weeks after EU and for backers everywhere else including Canada could be 10-12 weeks or longer from the EU launch.
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