From Pacific Union College:
"Following his graduation from PUC in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Scot Blackburn decided to test his skills in the business world. His efforts paid off, and the result, is an award-winning strategy-meets-trivia board game he named Brain Chain. Brain Chain was co-created with current PUC Campus Chaplain Roy Ice, Kris Harter (Columbia Union graduate) and Brigit Warner (Southwestern graduate and Santa Rosa resident). Recently, Games Magazine honored Brain Chain as one of the 100 best board games."
"'Blackburn also credits current PUC Campus Chaplain Roy Ice and other Seventh-Day Adventist University graduates with Brain Chain’s success. Brain Chain’s designers and editors collectively brought over fifty years of Adventist education to bear on this project,' Blackburn says. In particular, Ice tirelessly created and modified the graphic designs on the box, board, cards and Brain Chain’s website located at www.BrainChainGames.com. Blackburn, Harter and Warner conceptualized the game and researched the trivia question; Ice brought it to life."
"When asked about the single most important question there is, Blackburn replied, 'Unfortunately, you won’t find that in Brain Chain. The most important question we need to answer is: How do I form a personal relationship with the Creator?'"
Thanks to Sharon Fujimoto-Johnson for the heads up on this.
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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/4434