People have been playing games for thousands of years, but every once-in-a-while there comes along a game that not only changes the way you play games but actually changes the way you play life.

That’s Ronen Gafni’s introduction to his business-educational board game, FreshBiz. He must believe it because in 2010 he sold his house to finance manufacture of 1,000 copies and tour it around the world. This summer, Kickstarter failed to help him produce a second edition and iPad version. But that hasn’t stopped Ronen. He’s now using FreshBiz as the basis for entrepreneurial training workshops. Tickets sell for $40-150. Facilitators can be certified to present their own workshops for $700.

A special note for hobby gamers—while a roll-and-move game, FreshBiz does use poker chips instead of paper money!