We had fun playing Apples to Apples the Bible Edition, we weren't sure what to expect given the nature of the original game and how often times thee is a lot of sarcasm used in the game. But overall it was fun to play and there were only a few times where we were worried about what our answers where... If you are not careful on some cards, you can be blasphemous pretty easy in this game, but as long as you are mindful not to put up a card such as Holy Spirt for a descriptive card of rude or any such card then you are good... We had a great time playing!
We have and love the regular Apples-to-Apples edition, so I was excited to buy this version for my family. I was extra delighted to find that the descriptions for most of the cards are Bible verses (in KJV) - not silly sayings like the regular Apples-to-Apples.
Our only little surprise was that it is not solely Bible facts, but includes some "religious" cards (Mother Theresa, Joan of Arc, and so forth).
It was a good idea to create a version that was clean and biblical, but for those who find sarcasm the funnest part of the game, this edition just doesn't work. We have played it with many friends, and most do not find it very entertaining. There is something not right with "unholy God" and "gracious Satan," if you know what I mean.
This game turn out is not what I expected as my son told me it suppose to be from other Apple to Apple game he played before. I and him both were pretty disappointed. It is very biblical, but not very fun to play with and the verses were not matching the meaning of the card and which really miss out the fun learning purpose.