Via Matt C. Abbott.
Believe it or not, there is VATICAN: The Board Game, "designed for 2–6 players, ages 15 and up," created by Stephen Haliczer, Ph.D., a research professor at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill.
I doubt orthodox Catholics (such as yours truly) would like it, judging from the fact that the game’s Web site contains links to Dan Brown’s site and certain dissenting publications.
Also, the section on Vatican II asserts the following:
"Many of [the Vatican II] reforms were put on hold or reversed under Pope John Paul II, who decreed that Bishop’s Conferences lacked any theological or collegial status and could not exercise independent teaching authority. In 2000, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued a document which denied the ability of other religions to offer salvation outside of Christianity."
I’m not crazy about board games in general, but this one I’ll skip for sure.
Obviously this is the Spirit of Vatican II board game. This would be a very hard game to play. For example even though rules come with it, you are not suppose to actually refer to them and to just refer to the spirit of the rules. If anybody complains that you are not actually following the rules and dares to quote from them you tell them to read between the lines to see what the Game Fathers intended or better yet accuse them of Phariseeism.