Your African Quest (YAQ)

An adventure into Africa’s diversity

ABOUT YOUR AFRICAN QUEST

Your African Quest is an educational card game that takes players on a journey to learn and explore the African continent in five Quest categories: Countries and Cities, Food, Nature, People, and Culture.

AUDIENCE

Are you curious and excited to learn about the geography, history & culture of the African continent? If the answer is yes, then Your African Quest is a classic game for you. All of you need is a group of 3 to 8 players, aged 12 and above from any background. Its a real treat and a true adventure!

Pre-order Your African Quest Today!​

For anyone within the United States, you can order a copy of Your African Quest for $45, which covers the game and the shipping cost to your address. If you are interested but you are outside of the United States, please complete the interest form below.

Note: We are already in the production process which should be done in about 1.5 to 2 months. We plan to keep you updated on the production status and the exact timeline we plan to ship the orders to you.

Inspiration for Your African Quest

Your African Quest was inspired by the need to share some of Africa’s fascinating history and diversity, that has often been overlooked, misunderstood, and misrepresented. It is critical to challenge stereotypes but most importantly learn to celebrate differences. 

Additionally, this game was created as a way to continue raising support for the work Joel and Anson have been doing in Uganda through the distribution of the 5 STA-Z games. Every dollar raised through the sales of Your African Quest will go towards making learning more accessible to school-going children in refugee camps across Uganda. 

We strongly believe that a fun and dynamic game such as Your African Quest can bring people together to foster social connections, expand one’s knowledge, and expand social causes. 

About The Creators

Joel and Anson, friends and boardgame enthusiasts who met in the summer of 2018 when they were taking summer classes together at University of Wisconsin-Madison. At that time they are both undergraduate students in the Civil Engineering department at UW.