Tag Archives: Video Games and the Bible Reviews

Christian Games Done Right: NEON STRUCT (David Pittman)

*Sources of screenshots are listed in their respective file names. Full Disclosure: David Pittman is both a friend, and someone I may work with professionally in the future. The various modes of coverage below contain my honest opinions regardless of … Continue reading

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Beyond Rated-M: Else.HeartBreak()

Though I can’t wholeheartedly recommend Else.HeartBreak()‘s* gameplay due to factors including objectionable moral content (the plot virtually requires the player to engage in stalker-like behavior, use of/references to drugs and alcohol, etc.), the freedom it offers provides compelling lessons for … Continue reading

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Christian Games Done Right: That Dragon, Cancer (Numinous Games)

*Sources of screenshots are listed in their respective file names. __________________________________________ That Dragon, Cancer* (TDC) gameplay footage and discussion from the Video Games and the Bible YouTube channel: That Dragon, Cancer was created by predominantly Christian-staffed independent studio Numinous Games. Among these developers are … Continue reading

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Editorial: Republique and Going Beyond ‘Rated M’

*Sources of screenshots are listed in their respective file names. Republique (formerly Republique Remastered on the PC) is not only an episodic stealth game exploring government surveillance and personal freedom, but one in a new wave of titles that show “Mature” can … Continue reading

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Video Interview: White Paper Games (Ether One)

In the video above, I speak with Pete Bottomley of White Paper Games about their nonviolent first-person adventure game set inside the mind of a person suffering from dementia, Ether One. Our talk focused on looking outside of video games for design inspiration, attention … Continue reading

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Video Games and the Bible’s 2015 Steam Fall Sale Recommendations

Looking for something to purchase during the Steam Fall  “Exploration” Sale? Below are a few of our top picks (in no particular order)… ______________________________________ Citizens of Earth Citizens of Earth by Christian developer Ryan Vandendyck and Eden Industries is a clever JRPG … Continue reading

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“Kingdom” and the Bible

Kingdom is a retro-styled indie game that uses simple controls, permanent death, and random generation to encourage exploration and a desire to find just how this strange world works across multiple plays. Playing as king or queen of an untamed, … Continue reading

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