IT'S THE ONLY BIBLE TRIVIA GAME YOU WILL EVER NEED!
Back Row Baptist has been espousing the virtues of the back pew since 2013, and we all know how hard it is to get a seat in your favorite pew on Sunday mornings! Oddly enough, it's those who are the least lazy that get the prize typically stereotyped to be reserved for backsliders and those who don't care.
Sunday morning has come. You and up to 3 of your friends (or teams) were stuck behind a big order at the McDonald's drive through and now you've walked in just a few minutes before service starts. From the front of the sanctuary, you see there is only ONE open seat left in the Back Row, and you all want it.
In this classic style trivia board game, you will leap pews, avoid deacons, and prove you've got the Biblical acumen that justifies your choice in Sunday morning seating. Ultimately, your goal is simple - roll the dice and be the first one to reach the goal.
I'd say good luck, but Baptists don't believe in luck.
This Game features 30 "Deacon" cards which are MOSTLY penalties, but some are actually quite beneficial!
This Game also features 270 "Wisdom" Trivia cards featuring simple trivia questions (ranging from "Novice" difficulty to "HARD MODE" difficulty), "Who Am I?" questions, "Bible or Not Bible?" questions, and "Joel Osteen or Fortune Cookie?" questions.
"WAIT! WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH THE PRICE?" Well, if you are unfamiliar with The Game Crafter, they are essentially a "self-publishing" site for games, allowing people who might never be able to get a major game company to give them the time of day to prove that they can make a fantastic game without all that corporate mumbo jumbo. However, much like self-publishing a book, the costs go up because they are not produced in bulk. Instead, they are produced only when they are ordered. Our profit per game is 20 cents. We're not planning on making lots of money here. We just wanted to make a fun novelty game for our friends and church family. So, I would say, don't look at it as you buying a typical board game from Walmart. Instead, look at it as you purchasing a game that only a few people will ever own, but will almost certainly be one of the favorites of your collection that you play at family gatherings and church picnics for years and years to come.
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|Publish Date||April 24, 2018|
|More Info||Back Row Baptist web site|