CADD9 – The Year of the Bibleopoly: a blog about the Bibleopoly game along with reasons it is better than some other Christian board games.
So you’re looking for a Christian board game, but you don’t want to spend all day playing it like you would Monopoly or Life? You want a game that can help your family or group learn something about the Bible, but you also want it to be fun? You want some of your non-Christian friends to play, but you don’t want it to seem too preachy?
We have just the thing for you!
Bibleopoly is a Christian spin-off of the Monopoly board game. It is similar in structure, has similar properties and cards, but obviously different money and themes. In fact, if you know how to play Monopoly, then you are already 95% ready to play Bibleopoly. The best part? It takes only about an hour to play!
Bibleopoly is the best board game that a Christian can play! It is educational, fun, and will get people of all ages playing together.
Here are just a few reasons why Bibleopoly is better than other Christian board games:
– Bibleopoly has a lot of subtle humor.
– Bibleopoly has a lot of Christian themes that are easily recognizable by all players.
– The design on the board looks like the picture on the box!
– The pieces look like they would make great Christmas ornaments!
– The game rules are easy to read and understand.
– It takes less time than other games with similar themes (such as Monopoly).
Our family loves board games and we have a particular interest in Christian board games. We are now playing Bibleopoly, which is a version of the board game Monopoly, but with a Biblical theme. This is the first entry of a series of blog posts about our experiences with this game and other Christian games we have played.
We really enjoy the Bibleopoly game and it is one of the better Christian board games that we have played. It is similar to the original Monopoly game except it uses Biblical themes instead. For instance, the properties are places in the Bible, such as Mount Nebo or Nineveh or Babylon. The railroad stations are replaced by ships and boats from the Bible. The Community Chest cards are replaced by Hebrews 11 cards. The Chance cards are replaced by Acts 2:17-18 cards which make reference to prophecy, power, signs and wonders.
The game has many interesting features which you can read about on Hasbro’s website for this product; however, there are also some things that could be improved upon. First of all, I don’t like that there is only one set of playing pieces; it would be nice if there were more than one set included with the game so that more players could play at once. Also, I think
Bibleopoly is a fun Christian board game that can be played by people of all ages. It sounds very similar to Monopoly, but it really is much better and the rules are easier to understand. The other games that we play are also good, but Bibleopoly seems to be the one we end up playing the most. Our family has tried many other Christian games for us to play together, but Bibleopoly is definitely our favorite.
The problem with many Christian board games is that they can be too complicated to understand. This makes them difficult for younger children to play and learn from as well as adults who may not have played a lot of board games in their life.
With Bibleopoly you have a great time while learning more about the Bible, and even people who don’t know much about the Bible can find this game fun. Basically, this game is similar to Monopoly except that you buy cities in the Bible instead of properties around town like in Monopoly.
Another reason why we love this game is because it teaches us more about different places and times in the Bible. We all go to church regularly so we know some stories from the Bible, but this game teaches us more about them. There are different cards that you get when you land on
Cadd9 is the best Christian board game ever.
Why is Cadd9 the best Christian board game ever?
Because while most other Christian games are lame, stupid and boring, Cadd9 is not.
Cadd9 is a Bibleopoly-like board game. It plays like Monopoly but with a Biblical theme. However, unlike Bibleopoly or the Bibleopoly Jr. version, Cadd9 actually has money in it! (The old Bibleopoly versions did not have money.) Players start with $1500 and collect $200 when they pass GO (or COG in Cadd9). There are mortgages and houses/hotels just like Monopoly.
Best of all, there are no lame “teaching moments” as in many other Christian games.
The Christian game of Bibleopoly is a great way to teach kids about the bible. Right now there are two different versions of the game available, The King James Version and The New International Version. Both games are fun and entertaining for children with ages ranging from 8 to 12. There are varying opinions as to which one is better and which one is more accurate when it comes to teaching about the bible.
One of the main differences in the two games is that The King James Version uses a map of Jerusalem as its game board while The New International Version uses a smaller version of the same map. Although this difference doesn’t seem like much, it can make a big difference in how the game is played.
The King James Version uses an old fashioned wheel to spin around during turns while The New International Version uses a new wheel that’s much smaller than what other Christian board games use. This makes it easier for younger players to spin because they don’t have as far to reach down when they’re playing their turn!
Another big difference between these two versions is that they both come with different types of maps: one being an actual map while another being just pictures drawn onto paper. While both versions do come with maps, only one version has pictures drawn onto paper (the older version
I am a mother of 6 and grandmother to 5.
My husband and I have spent many hours playing games with our children, family and friends. I was the one who discovered Bibleopoly. My hubby is the one who built it for me for my birthday. It was one of the best gifts he has ever given me because it has opened so many doors in our home and ministry. We use it as a teaching tool to help us get through those hard to explain Biblical events such as the flood, the tower of Babel, Jonah and the whale, etc.. Our kids have been able to put biblical events in order and learn verses along the way. They have enjoyed having “family game nights” where they pick the game that they want to play–usually Bibleopoly because they know that mommy can’t say no! (well not very often).
We now have a new member of our family who is also enjoying learning about God’s word through Bibleopoly. Her name is Hailey Faith and she is 5 months old. As she gets older we look forward to her learning God’s word through this fun family experience.
We plan on playing Bibleopoly on Christmas Eve with our whole family (just got done playing it last night)and on New Year’s Eve