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Friday, January 5, 2018
"Noah's Quest" - Christian Card Game Review
Noah’s Quest Role Play Card Game is a Christian trading card game. The objective of this Christian card game is to help Noah to build the ark and save the animals. To do so, you play your hand of Christian trading cards against your opponent and the winner is the player to have helped Noah succeed.
Created by Momentum Force Game Systems Inc., this is a fun Christian trading card game for nearly all ages.
Originality – 3/5
Game Play – 5/5
Plot /Game Objective– 3/5
Characters – 5/5
Aesthetics – 5/5
Pros for this Christian Card Game
I like this Christian trading card game for a few reasons. First, it has fun artwork. With younger kids, you can use the Christian trading cards to help illustrate the Bible stories relating to Noah, the ark, and Noah’s children. And the second main reason why I love this game is that it’s easy to learn but complex as well. It’s a Christian trading card game that can be played and enjoyed by anyone, from an older child to an experienced gamer.
Cons of this Christian Card Game
There’s only one real downside to this Christian trading card game. There is only the one objective. It’s reasonable, considering the fact that you’re playing out a single story that actually happened, but it does limit the replay value a bit. With there being a lot of variation to how you build your deck and several different booster packs coming, it does offset this, adding replay value but at an additional cost. Overall, I would say there are very few things that I would change about this Christian trading card game.
Christian Trading Card Game Intended Audience
This Christian card game is targeted at people aged eight to adult. The cards themselves have value at any age, however, particularly if (like me) you are particularly fond of the story of Noah’s Ark, and telling it to your children.
These Christian trading cards would be a great way to introduce Christian card games to any friends that may be skeptical about Christian gaming or who may not be strong in their faith. Not quoting the Scriptures, Noah’s Quest may be particularly attractive to Christian teens playing with non-religious friends.
Overall, this is an amazing Christian trading card game that can make for hours of family fun. Look for it on Amazon!