Unlike Monopoly, Bibleopoly doesn’t reward players for the accumulation of wealth, but instead for the accumulation of good deeds. The competition, for two to six players, is about who can do the most for others, not themselves. In the midst of all this kindness, players travel through cities mentioned in the Bible. Careful! Don’t land in the Abyss! City Cards, like street cards in Monopoly, give brief biblical descriptions of the various cities. Faith Cards may ask players facts about the cities or to recite Bible verses. The winner of Bibleopoly is the first person to build a church, which requires many offerings. The win is celebrated by all as the winner names the church. This game is an enjoyable way for Bible students to learn biblical history, and it makes an excellent addition to any Sunday School room or family game drawer.