Rating: 8.3 Very Good
Players: 2-4 players
Playing time: 25 minutes

Official Site: Publisher's web page for Queendomino

Created by: Bruno Cathala, Cyril Bouquet

Published by: Blackrock Games, Blue Orange (EU), Blue Orange Games

Alternate Names: Queendomino XL, クイーンドミノ


Description from the publisher:

Build up the most prestigious kingdom by claiming wheat fields, forests, lakes, grazing grounds, marshes, and mountains. Your knights will bring you riches in the form of coins - and if you make sure to expand the towns on your lands, you will make new buildings appear, giving you opportunities for new strategies. You may win the Queen's favors ... but always be aware of the dragon!

Queendomino is a game completely independent from Kingdomino, while offering a choice of more complex challenges. Two to four players can play Queendomino independently, but also in connection with Kingdomino, allowing for games with 7x7 grids for four players, or for up to six players if you stick to 5x5 grids.

Retail Price:$32
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You are a royal, seeking new lands to expand your ever-growing kingdom. Explore and conquer the different terrains, and develop the best and richest territories for your people. Scour lands full of wheat fields, forests, grasslands, lakes, swamps, mines, and towns, diversifying your kingdom's riches along the way.

Tax the lands wisely to fund the construction of your towns, pick the buildings you erect carefully, and try to win the Queen's favor; all while making sure your plans aren't foiled by the Dragon's flame. Make sure to strategize and acquire carefully, as others are also competing for the same lands, a stake in the riches, and the heart of the Queen! …

If you own both a Kingdomino and a Queendomino, you can combine them and stage a " Royal Wedding ". Now you can play 3 different variations of the game!

Whichever version you choose to play, prepare the dominoes from both boxes as you normally would. Each box keeps its own dominoes, and each set has a different back to differentiate them.

The rules for selecting and placing the dominoes stay the same. However, the first line of dominoes you lay out will always come from the Queendomino box, and the second line will always come from the Kingdomino box. Keep alternating this way until the end of the game. …

This example kingdom scores as follows:

1 Coin Counting:

The player has 11 Coins left and therefore scores 3 points (1 for every 3 Coins).

2 The Crowns:

  • Fields (yellow) score 3 points: 3 squares x1 crown

  • Forests (dark green) score 3 points: 2 squares x1 crown plus 1 square x 1 crown

  • Lakes (blue) score 6 points: 3 squares x2 crowns

  • Grasslands (light green) score 16 points: 4 squares x3 crowns and the Queen . This Kingdom had the most towers, so the player hosted the Queen and placed it on the largest territory to count as an extra crown. …

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