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Heaven Quest

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Game Description:

Looking for a Christian game your whole family can play together?

You've been cast out of the Garden of Eden, and your journey back begins right now! Choose a character, roll the virtual dice, and move your character across the board. If you're able to answer the Bible trivia correctly you'll move forward faster, and traverse the fully rendered 3D scenes illustrating key moments of the Bible. Witness key moments from the Bible, such as the birth fo Christ. The first player to reach Jesus' empty tomb is lifted up and flown into past the gates of Eden!

  • Ideal multiplayer game for players of all ages. Between 1 and 4 players simultaneously.

 

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Heaven-Quest-Characters

Characters to play as: Knight, Spaceman, Baby, Grandma

Advantages and Benefits:

  • Over 1,000 Bible questions with 5 levels of difficulty.
  • Over 15,000 frames of animation, and amazingly easy interfance, and a pleasant musical soundtrack.
  • Fully 3D Graphics
  • Core Christian concepts and values.

 

Game Information:

Genre: Adventure

Type: Christian

Developer: Inspired Idea

Platform: Windows-Icon

 

System Requirements

Windows

  • Windows 95/98/2000
  • 166 Mhz Pentium
  • 15 MB Hard Drive Space
  • 24 MB Ram

 

Reviews

"Heaven Quest is a very special computer game with stunning computer graphics, a musical soundtrack, animated movies, and over 1,000 Bible questions. It is easy for kids to play, and adults will enjoy playing as well!" - The Dove Foundation

"Finally! A great Christian title for the PC!" - Tim Emmerich, GraceWorks Interactive

"Perfect for families concerned about the violence in today's games. Colorful and entertaining enough to keep the kids playing yet difficult enough that parents don't get bored. Good job!" - Ron Shank