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Interactive Bible James 


It has been a very long time since we have received a true sequel to Interactive Parables. That Personal Computer game still comes up in top ten listings for all time best video games. I was very excited to receive a reviewable copy of Interactive Bible James from Graceworks Interactive. This Personal Computer game is based on the book of James. Graceworks Interactive has improved many aspects of the original game. The problem is how much more the industry has improved.

The visuals are slightly improved in Interactive Bible James. There are some areas that are very wild visually, and it can be a trip. One person watching me told me they had to look away. There are twenty maps that have varying difficulties. Players have to be careful of things like giant boots that try and squash the player. I did not find too many new things in Interactive Bible James, and was really hoping for a lot more.

The music is fantastic in Interactive Bible James. It really relaxed me, and promoted thought. Which is important with this game since there are a lot of questions related to the book of James. I noticed in Interactive Bible James that the questions are better in some cases. Many of them are ridiculous even if you have not read the book of James recently. I did notice that some questions would be repeated very close to one another.

Interactive Bible James is a learning game that does not deny it. There are fantastic lessons in this game, that makes learning the Holy Bible fun. The twelve lessons, and twenty maps are the main replay value in Interactive Bible James. Only one player can play this PC game at a time. Others can sit nearby and enjoy it (which is something we did).

The gameplay in Interactive Bible James is very similar to Interactive Parables. If you are familiar with that game you will feel right at home. Interactive Bible James does have a more linear feel, and I have to admit I like that better. There are some parts that are difficult to get through. An example is sliding through on ice trying to get past multiple stomping boots. If you miss something when leaving a room the game will tell you. I found that it did not impede my path to the next area though.

One of the things I look for in sequels is improvements. There are some in Interactive Bible James, and I know Graceworks Interactive plans on downloadable improvements. For families Interactive Bible James is a great game on the Personal Computer where great lessons can be learned. The flow is more on the questions side than gameplay, so keep that in mind. I really like this game, and hope to see more in the future.
- Paul


Graphics: 77%
Sound: 93%
Replay/Extras: 89%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 100%
System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Graceworks Interactive
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated

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