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Is this like a Bible version of Monopoly? It is probably played in much the same way, except there are probably scripture cards instead of chance cards, or something to that affect. I found this review on a website: Bibleopoly combines the Monopoly style fun of property trading with the important cities of the Bible. Players will start IN THE BEGINNING and journey through Bible cities, Meditation, Community Celebration, and sometimes the Abyss as they work toward their ultimate goal of building a church. Players earn a Cornerstone by helping a fellow player or doing Community Service. They then make offerings to earn the bricks and steeple needed to build the church. Land on GO MEDITATE and wait it out for three turns. Faith cards intervene and may have you swallowed by a fish or make you the caretaker of Jerusalem! Be the first to build a church in a Bible city to win Bibleopoly!..

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