One box, two games! Ideal for

  • youth or teenagers meetings
  • Bible schools, Sunday Schools, camps, small Bible study groups
  • a fun and instructuve evening with the family
 
       
 

Farewell to Brothers it is a game that takes us to follow the traces of Paul since his return to God and unto Rome.

The box contains:

  • three sets of cards with questions from the Book of Acts, about Paul's life and about his misionary journeys.

    On one side of the cards there are one, two or three ships, corresponding to dificulty level of the question, the name of the game, in which of the apostle's missionary journeys occured what is reffered in the question and where in the Bible is described that journey.

    On the other side there are:

    • the question
    • correct answer
    • the Bible verse or verses in which we can find the correct answer

    The questions are grouped in three levels of dificulty:

    • 45 green cards (one ship) 1 point value
    • 45 blue cards (two ships) 2 points value
    • 45 pink cards (three ships) 3 points value
  • a set of 9 yellow cards with special indications for various moments of the game
  • 4 sets of 4 coloured pawns each
  • game board: on one side there is a map with Apostle Paul's missionary journeys, on the other side it's a game area with coloured squares

With all these you can play two different games: Farewell to Brothers - JOURNEYS and Farewell to Brothers - STRATEGY

Farewell to Brothers - JOURNEYS

Can be played by two, three or four players or teams. It plays on the board containing Paul's travel map. The game consists in moving a pawn (for each player or team) to a route that follows one or more of Paul's journeys.
The pawns are moved according to number of points earning to questions on the card and following the rules and instructions specific to certain phases of the journey.

 
 
 
 

Farewell to Brothers - STRATEGY

It plays on the board with colored squares. 2 or 4 players can play. If you play two, then the game is only half the board. Each player arranges his pawns in the four red boxes. The game is for each player to reach with his pawns to his opponent red boxes. The pawns advance according to the number of points earned by answering to questions on the cards and following the rules stated for each square coloured different than the rest of the board. And of course, based on the strategy each player consider the best!