Faith-Based Video Game Scores with Parents and Kids

A new faith-based PC game is getting rave reviews and a thumbs-up from parents who are eager for nonviolent, kid-appropriate video games.

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Deliverance: Moses in the Pharaoh's Court

Chicago (PRWEB) July 13, 2007

A new faith-based PC game is getting rave reviews and a thumbs-up from parents who are eager for nonviolent, family-appropriate video games.

Research indicates that children spend more time at the computer or in front of TV gaming consoles than they spend on any other form of entertainment. With first-person shooters and foul-mouthed crime adventure games saturating today's video game market, many concerned parents are seeking video game alternatives.

With faith-based PC games, parents hope to avoid gaming features like gory violence, sexual overtones and vulgar language.

At first glance it seems like the video game industry has nothing to offer family-valued games. But a few media outlets have heard the frustrated call of parents and gamers alike and have begun producing faith-based PC games that are turning the gore- and sex-dominated entertainment genre inside out.

One such video game development studio, West Creek Studios, has produced a game that combines the engrossing visuals and fast-paced action that gamers have come to expect without four-letter words or blood and guts. The game's unique one-handed "Smart Mouse" control puts all the action at the player's fingertips for the fifteen hours of play!

"We wanted to make a faith-based video game with a graphic-rich storyline and action-packed game play that would challenge players," said Don Triezenberg, president of West Creek Studios. "We managed to accomplish just that, and keep the game appropriate for the whole family."

The game, "Deliverance: Moses in the Pharaoh's Court," is based on the Biblical story of Exodus and includes direct quotes from the NIV Bible. There's a considerable amount of arcade-style combat in the game, but opponents simply disappear when defeated.

A recent review at Al Meconi Ministry's Web site gave the game an A for playability and fantastic graphics, as well as family-friendly values, and Christ Centered Game Reviews conferred its highest five-star rating on this goal-oriented game. Parents are finding it to be a welcome relief from morally questionable games. Instead, this faith-based video game offers kids multifaceted game play and high-tech animation that upholds family values.

To see breathtaking scenes from the game "Deliverance: Moses in the Pharaoh's Court"
or to buy a copy for your gamer, visit TheDeliveranceGame.com.

About: West Creek Studios (http://www.westcreekstudios.com) seeks to motivate & entertain children in a positive manner through the development of media products. We use animation and game play to tell stories that uplift and encourage children through our principle-centered storylines featuring characters of high moral integrity.

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