Below are some of the most popular Bible games reviewed. You can find a great option for any type of event or occasion!
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Based on the Bible, it covers divine inspiration and Biblical events. Heroic figures and historical events from the Old and New Testament are included. This game is four people, age 7 and up, which has trivia questions for children and adults.
Using the Bible as the basis for the game, compare the cards you have with what the judge plays. If the judge chooses your card, you win the round. Everyone has a chance to be the judge. The game is for ages 8 and up.
See if you can answer these Bible quiz questions about the people, places, and things from the Bible. For ages 6 and up. Activities are also included.
Designed for children 6 and up, for 2 to 6 players, this game has over 1000 questions and is based on the King James Bible. The questions and answers are simplified so children can play.
This app, created by LoadUpGames.com, is completely free. It can be played as a single player, or in party mode with up to 4 players. It is family friendly and fun for all ages.
This party game is filled with challenging questions on Biblical topics. For ages 8 to Adult. Grab a partner and enjoy this quick-paced, fun game.
Sketch, sculpt, solve, act, use word play in this Bible-based Cranium game. 600 all-new cards which you can play for various times. Designed for 13 and up.
8. Bible Taboo
Family fun for those 10 years old and older! This game is easy to learn and play for four or more players. Don’t say the taboo words as you try to get team members to say a specific word.
Youth leaders can find many no-prep games for youth ministry time. The games in this book can be played in about 15 minutes and rarely require any special supplies. Read this to find games you can play with youth when you don’t have time to prepare.
10. Bible Challenge
This game for 2 to 4 players or teams. It is recommended for those who are ages 10 and up. The game includes 2,100 questions in seven different categories.
Designed for 3 to 12 players, ages 8 and up, the game takes a journey into the Gospel. Questions range from easy to difficult. It is referenced from the New International Version of the Bible.
This game gives an introduction to the Bible in a fun manner for ages 6 and up. The goal is to match and collect four of a kind from 12 different categories. Learning about the Bible can be educational and fun.
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Gather family and friends, up to 48 players, in this game by Kenny and Elle Campbell. Do you want to be a Pharisee or a Disciple? The game is similar to Mafia . . . but with Bible verses.
Teach your family Bible vocabulary while having fun! There are 150 faith-based conversation starters. The game is manufactured for 8 to 10-year old, but older children may enjoy it, too.
Learn about the Bible and have fun at the same time. For 2 to 4 players or teams, the game is for ages 8 and up. If you miss the first question, you will be given progressively easier hints which direct the players to the answers.
For 2 to 6 players, this board game is similar to Monopoly but uses Biblical cities and events. There are two versions – traditional or one-hour. The game where cooperation and not accumulation is the key.
Use the 99 oversized cards with clues to play the game. An easy and fun way to learn the Bible. For family, friends, and church groups including groups of mixed ages.
18. Bible Bingo Game
For ages 4 and up, this game is educational as well as fun. Children will learn about Biblical characters and stories while having fun. For 2 to 6 players.
Teach your children and teens morality while they have fun. For 2 to 4 players or teams, this game has lots of replay value. Recommended for ages 10 and up.
The Bible and Charades meet for a lot of fun. For 2 to 24 players, this game generally takes 30 minutes to play. It is designed for players who are 12-16 years old but younger children and adults would enjoy it, too.
21. Bible Sequence
For ages 6 to adult and for 2 to 4 players. Similar to Connect Four, you want to match titles and scripture references to images on the board. When you have five in a row, you win.
Learn about the concept of grace with this game. For children 12 and up. Get ready to have some fun while you try to avoid sin and learn that grace can save you. Great for parties.
Requires the original Watch Ya’ Mouth game. Enjoy family-friendly phrases taken from both the Old and New Testaments. Good for youth groups, bible schools, family night and more. For ages 8 years and up.
This game is great for preschoolers, the game was designed for ages 4-15 years, but fun for the entire family. The game teaches about Noah and the ark. Instead of a buzzer, if you touch the sides, you’ll hear a roar of Thunder.
For 2 to 4 players, ages 6 and up. The game is similar to Uno but with Catholic themes. The first player to play all of their cards wins.