The objective is for a team to occupy the most territories with bonuses for occupying entire continents. (There are no armies involved). This is a PowerPoint template filled with graphics and hyperlinks to create a three-team (yellow, green and blue) classroom game. There are spaces for 60 review questions (Slides 1-60). Slide 61 is the main "game board." The red circles are hyperlinks to the "question" slides which turn black after used. The compass on each question slide is a hyperlink back to the main page (slide 61). The colored squares at the bottom of 61 are buttons that allow the teacher/moderator to change the color of a territory when it is conquered by a team. The names of the territories can easily be replaced by their English translations or into another language by editing Slide 61.
I use a Google Form for all students to enter their answers on their devices and my IPad to view their answers (Google Sheets app) while the .pptx is projected on my classroom screen. The teammate with the first correct answer wins the opportunity for his team to occupy a territory. Play continues until all territories are occupied. Once that happens, teams have the opportunity to "attack" other territories. At this point, the team with the highest score (number of territories plus bonuses for completely occupied continents) gets to attack any territory adjacent to one of theirs.The attack is only successful if the first two correct answers are from the attacking team. Then, the team of players seated to that team's right goes next and so on. Play ends when the bells rings, in which case the team with the highest score wins, or when a team has conquered all territories.