7 Great LDS Family Games

by | Oct. 24, 2013


Ancient War (Card Game)


Enjoy hours of family fun! Familiar card games you know and love with a Latter-day Saint twist! Ancient War—The Nephites and Lamanites are at war again, as usual. Sometimes the Lamanites win; sometimes the Nephites win. Which will it be when you play War? For 2 players, with variations for 3 or 4 players, ages 5 and up.


Salt Lake Temple 3-D Puzzle (48 pieces)


Shake things up with this 3-D puzzle! Your family will love to build their own version of the Salt Lake Temple!


Book of Mormon Battles (Card Game)


Book of Mormon Battles is an exciting game of strategy and chance that the whole family will enjoy! Players battle one another using 56 different heroes and villains from the Book of Mormon. Use the cards as they are, or strengthen them with power cards like Faith, Wickedness, Secret Combination, or Title of Liberty. Choose a Conversion card to change a villain to a hero, or combine all your forces using the Battle card. The highest score wins the round, and the winner adds the defeated cards to his own ranks. But beware . . . the Stripling Warriors or Famine cards may change the outcome of the whole battle!

Book of Mormon Mini Puzzles (12 pieces)


Mini puzzles are a great way to keep little fingers busy during quiet times. Each puzzle features a fun, colorful illustration of a Book of Mormon character: Nephi, Samuel the Lamanite, Ammon, or Abish. And each twelve-piece puzzle comes in its own small, matchbox-style package that fits easily into any purse or church bag. Finished puzzle size is approximately 3x4 inches.

WARNING: choking hazard, small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Book of Mormon Bingo


In this new twist on an old favorite, you try to match the Book of Mormon people, animals, or things on your Bingo board with the same item being called out from the Bingo cards. The dual-sided boards and cards let you play a beginner’s version or a more advanced version of the game. And even teens will enjoy the fast-paced competition in the “scripture mastery” variation. Great for family home evenings! Ages 4 and up.


And It Came to Pass (Card Game)


Every point in your hand will count against you—like the wages of sin—so discard them as quickly as you can before someone says "Pass" and it's time for an accounting. A Charity card is good; a Desolation card is bad . . . and watch out for Justice because someone is sure to feel its effects.

Get your hand ready, slide to the edge of your seat, and see if you dare to say, "PASS."

Let Him In (1,000-piece puzzle)


Enjoy the beautiful artwork of Greg Olsen in a new way. This 1,000-piece puzzle will provide hours of family fun.

WARNING: choking hazard, small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Find many more family games at Deseret Book.

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