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Moses the Freedom Fighter Releases

 

 

PASADENA, CA. March 08, in the year of our Lord 2017 -- In challenging times, people often look to the most timeless tales for inspiration, so it’s no wonder that Bible stories continue to make for powerful and popular entertainment. It’s just one of the elements that sets apart the thrilling new mobile adventure game “Moses the Freedom Fighter,” available now for free on both Android and iOS from education technology provider Ayotree.

With “Moses the Freedom Fighter,” players will enjoy clever gameplay that tests their skills in a series of seven levels saluting some of gaming’s most popular arcade classics as they take on the role of Moses, a leading figure in Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and several other world religions. Playing firsthand through Moses’s development from refugee to leader and hero, the game features vibrant animation and a storyline that is both playful and dramatic as the indomitable Moses grows up and leads his people to freedom. The game offers hours of entertainment while maximizing intuitive gameplay options for the latest mobile and touch devices. Each level is an homage to a different retro videogame, and each provides new challenges and chances for fun while telling a new chapter in the story of Moses.

“Moses the Freedom Fighter,” however, is more than a great gaming experience—it's also a gaming first. This is the first time a for-profit company has released a free mobile game with 100% of the donations in perpetuity going to a third-party charity—specifically, Oxfam America’s Syria and Refugee Crisis Response Fund helping exiles fleeing genocide and oppression. The game was conceived by Ayotree Co-Founders Chinh and Khoa Vu, whose family fled a totalitarian regime in Vietnam and immigrated to the United States in 1979. They created "Moses the Freedom Fighter" as a powerful voice against tyranny, and every dollar donated by players and generated from advertising on the game will support Oxfam America.

The impact of “Moses the Freedom Fighter” extends beyond entertainment, providing mobile players everywhere with the opportunity to help make the world a better place, one click at a time. Ayotree’s support of Oxfam brings the game’s timely message of freedom to millions of mobile users and humanitarian supporters on both iOS and Android devices. Players of “Moses the Freedom Fighter” can support Oxfam either by viewing optional video ads from the game’s main menu, or by direct donation through the game’s website.

“From the classic film ‘The Ten Commandments,’ to more recent high-profile Hollywood epics like ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings,’ ‘Noah,’ and more, the age-old stories never lose their power,” comments Ayotree Co-Founder Chinh Vu. “As onetime refugees ourselves, the release of ‘Moses the Freedom Fighter’ is our statement—using the language of computer code as our canvas—against racism, slavery, and oppression, and in support of freedom for all. As they help to lead a global movement for change, Oxfam America embodies this message, and is empowering people to create a future that is secure, just, and free from poverty. We are so proud to support those endeavors with our game.”

“We’re excited to give players the chance to do their part in the fight against injustice—both in our game, and in the real world, and to support global human rights in a truly unique way,” adds Khoa Vu, Chinh’s brother and Ayotree Co-Founder. “Ultimately, ‘Moses the Freedom Fighter’ is a game that satisfies both heart and soul.”

This repeat pay to play app is rated Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes

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