The king has invited you to his castle for breakfast. During the feast the players will take portions of various dishes from the table to eat. As a good host, the king will serve all his guests before taking any portion from each course. From time to time, his pet dragon Emerald will steal some food from his master. Of course, it is rude for a player to have more of a dish than the king, so players must be careful not to be too greedy. In the end, the winner is the player who gets the most to eat of the things the king likes best without eating more than the king eats of any dish.
Included is a new score sheet to add up points in various dishes. Each row in the score sheet starts with an icon (representing each dish in the game). We find the score sheet easy to use because it allows for quick identification of each dish.
The rules, in English, to The King's Breakfast.
The game was invented by Alan R Moon and Aaron Weissblum. These rules are an adaptation written up by Scott Myers. The words and layout are mine, although the excellent game is entirely the genius of Misters Moon and Weissblum.