18.12.14

Wisdomantics

The following is a review (and giveaway!) of the Wisdomantics game, a FlyBy Promotions BOARD GAME Outreach.

Wisdomantics

As a little girl, each time I asked my Grandmother what she wanted, whether it was for her birthday, Christmas, or another occasion, she would reply "I want the wisdom of Solomon." I can remember one time suggesting slippers as an alternative; I certainly couldn't give her wisdom. 


While we can't give our children wisdom, we can guide them to search the Scriptures and help them apply knowledge from lessons they learn. Wisdomantics is a new type of game that combines the familiarity of a traditional style board game with components using our television or computer, DVD player, and remote control.  


Two to four players play the game Wisdomantics. 


Our tv is stuck in widescreen, so the arrows didn't line up with the questions. I was the only one confused by this. 


After correctly answering a question (multiple choice fill in the blanks for verses related to wisdom), the correct verse is displayed and read to us. Joseph was the first to notice that on either screen the chapter and verse was displayed, but not the book the verses were from. 


My son read the entire two page instructions enclosed, but was confused. The DVD summarizes rules in 4 steps on one screen, which was easy to understand. A revised shorter version of the instructions have recently been shared with us.


There are a few challenges built into the game. The leading player may end up in the "detention chambers" even though they have all the correct answers. Someone who has memorized Scripture has a natural advantage as answers are based on verses. 

There are additional highlights, too. Praying for each other is even built into the game, so is sharing praise reports. A correct answer is followed by a shout of "hallelujah!" This one of a kind game even provides opportunities for authenticity and relationship-building.


Learning the wisdom of King Solomon is powerful AND fun!

About the game:
For 2-4 players, ages 12+
Wisdomantics–New King James Version (NKJV) is an interactive DVD board game for players of various faiths who desire to gain the vast wisdom of King Solomon. Wisdomantics-NKJV utilizes the proverbs of Solomon and blends chance, knowledge and strategy to create a fun experience while you learn! The game’s intent is to bring individuals together to learn how to cope with numerous situations in a fun and relaxed environment. Inside the box you’ll find 2 interactive DVDs with 400 questions, score cards, blessing cards, and more!

Watch a How-To on playing Wisdomantics here!

Be sure to check out this official website.

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If you're game for gaming with Wisdomantics, then please enter below for a chance to sin your very own game of #Wisdomantics

As a part of the very FIRST of its kind: a FlyBy Promotions BOARD GAME Outreach, I get to hold a giveaway! 

Winner will be notified on 12/26/14 and have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

To enter, simply leave a comment below answering: What is your favorite family game?
For an additional entry, enter another giveaway on this blog, then leave a comment here with which one you entered. You can do this once for every other active giveaway.
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5 comments:

  1. Our favorite game to play as a family is Scene It Disney Version. :)

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  2. We are game lovers! Here are some of our faves: Monopoly, Sorry, Miller Bornes, Dutch Blitz.... :)

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  3. Hubby and the kids play Rummy quite frequently in the evenings. I enjoy playing "10 Days in..." with the kids, but they don't seem to like those ones much. My youngest pulls out all kinds of games to "play" with some of his toys, most often is Chess. :)

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  4. My kids like card games and Ticket to Ride.

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  5. Sorry, Jennifer......auto-corrct got me. That was MILLE (as in a thousand, in French) Bornes! Not Miller Bornes! :)Melanie

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