History Heroes - Kings & Queens
Get ready to meet 40 key British monarchs throughout history in this enlightening and engaging history quiz card game.
From Alfred the Great to our present day queen, Elizabeth II, each individual card introduces a different monarch in our history and the key facts of their reign. Each card is beautifully illustrated and provides dates, flag of birthplace and seven gripping facts (including a Joker Fact to surprise and/ or entertain).
Discover which monarch’s huge stomach exploded during his funeral, creating a terrible stench and who was described by one Victorian historian as ‘the most perfect character in history’.
Listen to a fact read from a card and guess the hero to win it.
How to play
The aim of this game is simple: win cards by guessing the person /knowing the facts. You can also use the images as clues and you can utilise the different levels of facts (colour coded) to vary difficulty level.
This allows people to play on varying levels within the same game so different ages and stages can be accommodated. Green facts are the easiest, orange are medium and red facts are most difficult.
The joker fact at the bottom of the card can also be use to devastate your opponents!Recommended age: 8 years +
Please note, there may be small differences to the design of the packaging received and those shown in images.
Item weight: 123g
Why they'll love it
Fun way to test historical facts and current affairs. Supports school work and helps make revision more engaging.
Different aged siblings can play together (using the different difficulty settings on the questions).
Play the standard game or customise it as the players see fit.
Why you'll love it
An entertaining way to practise memory and improve recall abilities.
Introduce children to history heroes. Shine a light on our monarchs and the lives they led/ lead.
Improve the whole family's knowledge.
Compact light card game. A perfect travelling companion for on the go entertainment.
We also stock the following History Heroes - Women, Inventors, Children, Space, Scientists and London.