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New Jewish Games to Play

New Jewish Games to Play

by Hadassah Levy on Mar 21, 2023

We’re constantly adding new Jewish games to our courses, to reinforce the lessons learned in the videos and integrate them into our daily lives. In case you missed them, here are the 5 most recent games that have joined our other enthralling activities. They’re all available with a standard subscription.

A Game that Teaches You to Be Happy

Being happy is a mindset - just ask Rabbi Siddur! You can choose whether to be happy or to be sad, and our miniature golf game gets you in the habit of making the right decision.  Aim for the happy flags and skip over the sad ones to gain points - and have a more fulfilling and spiritual life.


All Roads Lead to Eretz Yisrael

In the Spiritual Pipelines game, you’ll need a sharp memory and a quick hand to help Shlomo HaMelech find the pipes that start in Eretz Yisrael and nourish the entire world. Are you up to the challenge?


What It’s Like to Be in a Wheelchair

Can you navigate in a wheelchair over mountains, while avoiding monsters and valleys? The Amazing Wheelchair game teaches you about the challenges of getting around in a wheelchair and about the strength of the kids who do it every day.


Spiritual Growth

How can you grow as an individual? If you watched Individuality, you know that it requires focusing on what you are doing, so you can improve and not just coast through. In Focus Your Energy, you have a slingshot and 5 balls but you can only use them to knock down items if you’re truly focused.


Appreciating Hashem’s Creation

In Match the Elements, based on Wisdom in Creation, you move elements around until you have rows of identical elements - life, water and wind. You’ll internalize and appreciate Hashem’s creation of everything we have in this world. But beware, this game is truly addictive and you won’t want to stop playing! 


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