John Paul II Around the World is an educational board game, which lets the players discover the places and the meaning of 104 pilgrimages of John Paul II. Players move around the board and stop at the numbered squares. Every number has one card ascribed with one pilgrimage of John Paul II. On each card there is a flag, a name of the country, its capital and a few keynotes of the pilgrimage. Moreover during the game, the players move around to Rome, Cracow or Castel Gandolfo and confront the information from the cards answering the questions, about life and papacy of Karol Wojtyła. The game is an interesting and unconventional way of getting to know the Polish pope, but also helps to discover countries and capital cities of his pilgrimages.
Maximum 4 teams of 2 people can play the game at the same time.
The goal of the game is to collect the biggest set of cards of Pope’s pilgrimages. The first player with a complete set wins the game.