Board game "Barefoot through the world"

Agnieszka Rajczak-Kucińska
Wojciech Cejrowski

Number of players:  2 - 4 (6)

Age of players:  10+

Game time:  60-90 minutes


The Barefoot game through the world includes:

  • board: world map 85 x 40 cm,
  • 371 association cards in 10 categories
  • 40 cards with routes
  • 60 goldenów,
  • 6 dry-erase markers (no pawns, the route is marked with markers),
  • Round instruction and card,

box: 30 x 30 x 6 cm.

Travel with your finger (marker pen) on the world map. Surprising and addictive, like "Barefoot through the world".


This game refutes the stereotypes that geography is boring.
It turns out that you can still experience emotions while traveling with your finger across the map.

That you can have fun looking on the Nauru world map and the optimal route to get there, and tracking other players' movements is an essential part of the game.

A game that brings a lot of knowledge, but is not based on questions and answers , which means that an adult who knows more about geography can play with a child on equal terms.

It is not trivial, nor is it too complicated (not for geeks!).

This is not a quiz or a guess-guess!
When you sit down to play, you don't need to know anything - just work out the best route and be the first or ... the richest.

Also, play with association cards as you discover the world's diversity and richness!

Regardless of whether you are an avid tourist or professional traveler, or prefer a comfortable armchair in your own home, this game will take you on a journey, just like the Barefoot Through the World movies do!



The aim of the game is to reach the points listed on the drawn route card as quickly as possible.
(This is a bit different than during Mr. WC's real trip, where rush is not recommended.)

The first one to visit all places listed on the route card wins. Unless the second option is chosen - then the game goes on until almost all players finish their routes and then the richest wins (but it's still nice to be the first).


Here's the answer to a child chained to a computer: true screenless play (and learning is a by-product).

The game "Barefoot through the world" , which collects great opinions, for example:

Huge educational potential
I was a bit afraid that it would be a position like "you have to play because it is useful and teaches something, and now that we've done it, let's play something cool". Well, to my surprise, I had more fun than I thought I would have, and I can say the same about my fellow players. And I am happy to sit down with it, not looking for an alternative. The advantage is undoubtedly the graphics, interesting facts, knowledge that stays in your head, simple rules .

Joanna Kozłowska-Pięcek
Editor-in-chief of


or such:

"I bought the game for myself to play with my friends, but my 10-year-old sister plays with her father almost every day and still not enough of it! This game is just great !?".

Patryk H.

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