“The Path” bills itself as the “best game ever made for Muslim children.” It combines the mechanics of a board game with trying to teach children about Islam and Islamic family values. It seems to be similar to the Game of Life, except without the religious aspect. From “Start” to “End,” players attain their education, secure jobs so they can purchase material things like cars, homes, trips, electronics, and jewelry, get married and have children (the more the better), and try to collect as many good deeds as possible. The good deeds include things like daily prayers, being patient, using good manners, obeying parents, memorizing the Koran, repenting, respecting elders, fasting, performing Hajj, and lowering your gaze – there are a total of 28 good deeds. The graphics of the game are written in both English and Arabic. Here is the link for the Path’s website.
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