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Games / Bible-based Games
121 items in Bible-based Games

By Jonathan McKee

Screen game for finding how well your students know their Bibles. Scary Well?

By Mark Phillips

In this screen game, decide whether quotes are from Old Testament or Ketchum from Pokemon.

By Tim Wildsmith

A screen-based game where contestants must guess the answer as the ENTIRE audience acts out the onscreen clue silently.

By DYM Team

Original versions of all 45 files that come included with Sidekick.

By John Kryvoruka

In this screen game, students guess if the famous quote is from the Bible or not.

By Aaron Helman

From the creator of DYM's best-selling games in 2013, we are thrilled to present DUMBLEDORE or PROVERBS.

By Alanna Moine & Sue Tafalla

Did it really happen? Test your students’ knowledge of totally crazy Bible stories in this screen game.

By Brad Lee

Who Said It is a classic trivia screen game. This edition includes quotes found only in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John). The game can be play with individuals, small groups, or large groups.

By Scott Stentz

Which is it? This game will be a blast with your students!

By Jonathan McKee

Just like the popular original game, the sequel asks students to decide if quotes are from an Old Testament passage or from a scary movie.

By Ken McIntyre

Students have to text a phrase without looking at their phone.

By Aaron Helman

From the makers of Taylor Swift or Lamentations comes another winner!

By Dan Istvanik

Your students know their emojis. How well do they know their Bible stories? Find out in this screen-based game!

By Ken McIntyre

A screen-based, Halloween-inspired, candy-flying game!

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen game participants use the pictures to put together the Biblical story or characters.

By Michael Wallace

Screen game where one student has 6-seconds to get another student to guess the name of the Bible story.

By Aaron Helman

The sequel to our most popular game ever!

By David Rutledge

Yup, we combined sword drills with charades for this screen-based game… and it's awesome!