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Interactive Bible 2nd Peter 


The Interactive series kept going after its success with Interactive Parables. Family Friendly Gaming was provided a reviewable copy of Interactive Bible 2nd Peter on the Personal Computer. This first person perspective video game contains a lesson on a portion of the Holy Bible. Players must answer questions to earn keys, stars, gems, and to open doors.

I tried the Family Friendly Gaming PC controller and it would not work with Interactive Bible 2nd Peter. I then tried the mouse and keyboard. Interactive Bible 2nd Peter played great with them. I was off to the races. It is very important to get enough keys and stars to progress through specific parts of Interactive Bible 2nd Peter. Armor, and Stealth work great. It took me a few tries to figure out the Flight in Interactive Bible 2nd Peter.

Graphically Interactive Bible 2nd Peter looks like it did a decade ago. We expect to see improvements over the years, especially in the span of ten years. The same characters, and same models used for things like the boot - well I expected more. There are new pictures on the walls and they can be seen all over the levels. The warning of leaving something important behind when entering a new room is nice, but also got annoying. It got even more annoying when I had to backtrack to try and find one more key to exit the level.

The sounds in Interactive Bible 2nd Peter are really good. I also like the special effects in the audio department of Interactive Bible 2nd Peter. The answers to the questions contain some humor, especially early on. I debated this game on some of the answers. I had to remind myself that the questions pertained to the scripture that was in that portion of the maze.

There are plenty of fantastic lessons within Interactive Bible 2nd Peter. The questions were reused a bit too often for my palate. It made answering them rather boring. I also noticed certain questions had key words that were also in the answers. So I used that to get certain gems from the people just standing there perplexed. I kept wanting to ask them if they needed assistance on their journey. Were they trapped in this maze?

Interactive Bible 2nd Peter is a great educational tool that can be used to learn that portion of the Bible. Families can learn while they navigate some interesting looking mazes. First person video games can lead to headaches, so take breaks. All in all I like Interactive Bible 2nd Peter. I would like to see a major overhaul to the graphics engine, and an easier way to exit levels if one key was left early on in the level.
- Sam


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 85%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Graceworks Interactive
Developer: Graceworks Interactive
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated
Age 10 (5th Grade) and Up

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