Its called “Scriptureanoids” and here is how it goes:
1- Print off 1 game sheet for each player
2- At the bottom of each sheet is a “legend” of things that need to be drawn into each box. Everyone needs to draw 15 suns (for the Celestial Kingdom), 10 moons (Terrestrial), 10 stars (Telestial), 10 frowny faces (Outer Darkness), 2 hearts (Temple Marriage), and 2 blasts (war in Heaven). Each of those are worth a different amount of points that you earn when that certain box is called.
3- Cut up 49 squares and write the different boxes on each piece. So, write A1 on one pieces, A2 on another,etc. Put all of those pieces in a bowl.
4- Have everyone get out their scriptures and turn to D&C 76.
5- Here are the instructions:
- Ask each question in order as found on the question sheet (You can choose if you want to tell the scripture reference or not)
- Give each person 20 seconds to answer the questions
- Have them write their answers on their answer sheet
- Answer the question. If you didn’t tell them the reference, answer it by telling them the reference so they look it up to check their answer.
- If they got it right, then have them check the box signifying that.
- Draw a box number and listen to the cheers or groans.
- If they got the answer right, then they earn the points from that box. (So the only time it will benefit them to get an answer wrong, is if it was a box with negative points.)
- If you want to make it a little sillier, make up sound effects that they have to make to show what was in their box. (For example, when they land on a Celestial sun they have to sing “Hallelujia” like an Angel.)
- Encourage everyone to keep a running total. Stop every once in a while to see who is leading in points.
*If you have small kids, you could definitely change some of the questions to be more age-appropriate
Here is the game sheet. Print one per person: Scriptureanoid 3 Kingdoms Game Sheet
Here are the questions. Print just one copy: Scriptureanoid 3 kingdoms – questions