That's the case where Christians don't make a game filled to the brim with symbolism, they don't present the gospel story in some other world, with other characters, they just make a game, and let their world-view shine through. Those are the kinds of games that I think we need, now don't get me wrong, I really LOVE fiction and allegories and stories that retell the gospel in a unique and creative way. (in fact, I have TONS of story and game ideas that do just that). but I think that games that simply present the Biblical world-view are needed just as much.TheLittleSettler wrote:One answer: Make an Age of Empires (thinking of early versions) type game where the Stone Age is after the flood (ie. stone tools 'cause no time to forge iron ones...gotta eat). Man and Dinosaurs live together, but of course ya have to kill or tame all the dinosaurs (ie. dragons) so the civilians don't get eaten.
I like this idea. This could also be a strategy game. Or perhaps an action game, though that would be a little harder - I think it would need to be in 3D to capture the richness of what ya've restored.restore a castle. It could be an RPG of sorts - you need to clear out the room of monsters and then make things pretty and nice.
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