Wisdomantics Board Game | Family Game Night

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Finding fun family game night games that older kids will enjoy can be challenging. Long gone are the days when we enjoyed games like Candy Land. Now that the kids are older, they want games that are more challenging and I want games that the whole family can enjoy.

Wisdomantics Board Game | Family Game Night

Wisdomantics Board Game | Family Game Night

While I enjoy games simply for the fun of playing them, it’s an added bonus when the game actually teaches a lesson or has a moral.  Of course, to keep the kids’ attention the game also has to be fun to play.  Wisdomantics (New King James Version) is an interactive DVD board game that blends chance, knowledge and strategy. It uses the proverbs of Solomon to teach families how to cope with different situations in a fun relaxed environment.

The game includes two interactive DVDs with 400 questions, score cards, blessing cards and more.  It’s intended for two to four players and ages 12 and up. The game is played along with the DVD. Players choose a question sequence  based on 2 DVDs with 100 questions on each side.  The question appears with a 30 second timer window.  If the player gets the right answer, they are directed to take an Advancement card which tells them where to move. If they don’t get the right answer, they are allowed a second attempt and then a final attempt before the next person gets their turn.

Wisdomantics Board Game | Family Game Night

Depending on where the player lands on the game board, they will get a colored tile to put on their scorecard. Different cards will direct them to different spots on the game board. Different cards can be exchanged for different colored tiles. You win the game by collecting all of the tiles needed to build King Solomon’s temple by filling in your scorecard.

You can collect different cards to skip opponents or to avoid the Detention Chamber so there is an element of strategy involved in the game as well as learning.  The questions are multiple choice so it is challenging without being so difficult that you don’t feel like you can play. I love that you are allowed to have up to 3 chances to get the correct answer as well. My Bible knowledge is not always as good as it should be.

Wisdomantics Board Game | Family Game Night

Wisdomantics Board Game is interactive which means that you need to use the DVDs along with the board game. You can play the DVDs on a DVD player and TV or you can play the DVDs on your laptop. I’ve found that kids really enjoy games that combine technology with traditional board games so this is a definite plus. If you are looking for a fun, interactive family game with family values, I definitely recommend the Wisdomantics Board Game. It really is fun for the whole family.

One of my readers will win the Wisdomantics game. Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you are not eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

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16 thoughts on “Wisdomantics Board Game | Family Game Night

  1. I love that this game makes you think so learning goes along with the family game time. I have a small portable DVD player that would be perfect for this. I hope the DVDs don’t die out too quickly and like to see games like this where the family can interact rather than the child on his or her cell phone.

  2. I think my son would love this – he likes dvd games & this combines both. (we’ve never had a game like that before!) I love that it teaches a lesson, as well. It sounds great!

  3. I commented on Jolly Jam Matching App Game. Amazon has lots of free apps today, several hundreds dollars worth, in fact. Love the freebies!

    • Actually over a couple hundred dollars, but who’s counting?! Forgot to add that I also received a $1 promo credit for Amazon digital music from one of the free apps (Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 8th edition). Merry Christmas!

  4. My final comment was on the post: Arthur Goes Back to School DVD. You can still get many free kids apps on Amazon now. Merry Christmas!

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