Sunday, January 11, 2009

Mormon Board & Card Games

9:50 PM by Mike ·
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 Aye, Aye Nephi






Bee Attitudes




Bishop Rick




Blast from the Past: The Mormon Timeline-Trivia Game




Book of Mormon Battles




Book of Mormon Bingo




Book of Mormon Card Deck


Book of Mormon Card Game




Book of Mormon Challenge




Book of Mormon Characters




Book of Mormon Checkers & Tic-Tac-Toe




Book of Mormon Football




Book of Mormon Go Fish




Book of Mormon Jungle Journey



Book of Mormon Mania




Book of Mormon Quest




Book of Mormon Who




Build the Kingdom




The Celestial Companions Game



Celestializy



Choose the Right Match Game




Church Ball the Game



Count Your Blessings



Crossing the Plains




Do What is Right




Eternal Progression




Family Night Frenzy



Fast Sundays




Fishing for Nephites




Forever Families




Go-Spel Game




Greatest Mission is the World



How to Host the Greatest Mission in the World Party Game




Hagoth: Builder of Ships



The HearSay! Game: Book of Mormon Edition




Hold to the Rod: Book of Mormon Edition




Ironrod: The Search for the Tree of Life




It Came to Pass



Journey to Zion




LDSopoloy



Missionary Blues




The Missionary Board Game




Missionary: Impossible




Mormon Baseball



Mormon Trek




Mormon Mouthful




Mormon Sports Trivia




Mormon-opoly




Mortality


Nephi's Courage




Nephi's Knowledge




Nephite Appetite



Noah's Ark Card Games




Out On a Limb



Righteous: Book of Mormon Edition




The "Roll" of the Missionary




Search, Ponder, and Play


Seek



Settlers of Zarahemla




Speak It Not




Split the Ward




Strive for Five: Book of Mormon




Tennis Shoes Among the Nephites



Temple Chess




Temples CCG




Warriors of the Promised Land




Who Am I?



Who Said...Follow the Prophet Game




Who Wants to Be a Celestial Heir


3 comments:

Josh from Utah said...
January 26, 2009 at 9:58 AM

My family and I really enjoy the game "It Came to Pass". It is a relatively easy game to learn and requires little strategy. We do, however, modify the rules a little to make it more fun. We remove the Gadianton Robber cards out especially when my wife and I play alone...pairing up seems silly in this circumstance. Anyways, this site is fantastic. I would love to see more reviews of Mormon and/or other family friendly games.

J2AK said...
February 26, 2009 at 9:15 PM

We just bought Aye Aye Nephi from Deseret Industries, but sadly it didn't come with the rules. I can't find them online. Does anyone have the rules and could they make them available for us

Mike said...
February 27, 2009 at 8:23 AM

The best place to look is boardgamegeek.com (http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/19393).
There is a short description of how to play. Another good idea is to click on the Users Owning link on that page. You could contact someone on that list and ask them for rules.
I hope that helps.
Mike

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