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LOGOS Bible Video Game

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Developer(s)TeComprendo
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EngineUnity 5
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ReleaseApril 10, 2020
Genre(s)Adventure
Mode(s)Single-player
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LOGOS Bible Video Game is a Bible-based christian action-adventure game developed by a small team under the name of TeComprendo in Mexico City and available for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. The voices in the game are produced in spanish with the option to display english or spanish subtitles, keeping some names as their original hebrew forms and the Tetragrammaton depicted in hebrew. According to the developers, the game took 3 years of production[1] and was finally published, available as a free download[2], in april 2020.

Gameplay[edit]

LOGOS Bible Video Game
The game features a LockOn system that allows the player to focus on the targets

The game consists of 3 chapters related to the Bible narratives: Genesis, Noah and Exodus. Most of the time, the world is set in a open-world style and the player viewed as a third-person perspective (except in the Genesis chapter). The Genesis chapter is mostly a tutorial to identify the buttons, showing the creation process of the universe. The second and third chapters are played as the Noah and Moses characters combining narratives from the Bible, the book of Jasher and the book of Enoch. Throughout the game, the player can find optional missions and christian parables to acquire a star rating at the end of the chapters.

The player can fight several enemies by direct combat, using weapons like a stick in the case of Moses or bow and arrows in the case of Noah. They can fight with their fists or even invoke God to defeat the enemies at a distance. The player has a faith bar that diminishes as the characters use the powers available, but increases as they pray (Noah can increase his faith by giving coins to a poor man).

The game can be played with a common mouse/keyboard setup and is compatible with Xbox 360 or Xbox One controllers. Some characteristics of this type of game, like the quick time events (QTE) or non-linear gameplay are also present.

Synopsis[edit]

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Moses walking with Aaron and Janes to see Pharaoh. The health bar and the map are shown

Genesis[edit]

The chapter starts by explaining a particular point of view regarding the creation narrative. There are some explanations and cites to the Bible as the player reacts or interacts by pressing buttons. After the creation of Adam, the phrase "the Word" appears and vanishes into the "Logos" logotype, making a reference of the Logos term in Greek and the origin of the game's name.

Noah[edit]

Playing as Noah, the character has to get enough wood to build the ark. The story is divided into three parts, showing that is more difficult to find wood as the years pass. Noah is the friend of the wood seller and his brother, Qatan; a boy that eventually finds himself homeless and follows Noah to his ark. When the ark is finished, Shemihaza threatens Noah and sends his son Hiwa to destroy the ark, Noah has to stop him.

Exodus[edit]

After the flood, several years pass, and the writings of the Bene-Elohim were read by the descendants of Noah. Moses has to take the people of Israel out of Egypt as the prophecy given to Abraham is fulfilled by confronting the Egyptian Pharaoh; Adikam. Moses has to talk to the Pharaoh, arrive at Tell-El-Daba for the Passover and lead the people to the exodus after the last plague. Moses has a friend called Abarron which helps him to spread the instructions and the revelations of Moses to the people.

Music[edit]

The music was composed by Christopher Backlid as an Asset to download at the Unity Asset Store and was included in the video game. Some tracks, like "Morning Dreams"[3] were tied to dynamic events for them to be triggered when the player makes some specific actions.

Reception[edit]

The game has received positive reviews from users in general. One of the reviews made by Christian Gamers Now claims that "The graphics are impressive, and the battles are intimidating but not overly difficult"[4]. Another reviewer, Joseph Levesque from Monkastery Studios, said that "It's got some good visuals; the graphics are actually really decent", "I did have a lot of fun playing this game" and "The music is pleasing". And on the downside "There's some inconsistency in the art level on this game", "you can barely jump forward" and "is hard to freely move and fight at the same time"[5].

It also has gained some "Great" user ratings in GameFAQs[6] and positive user scores in Metacritic[7]. The game was exhibited at the Christian Game Developers Conference in August 2020[8] as part of their showcase reel.

References[edit]

  1. "LOGOS". Unity Connect. Retrieved 2020-06-26.
  2. TeComprendo. "Download Bible Game for PC : Logos - Based on the Bible". Logos. Retrieved 2021-01-02.
  3. Morning Dreams, retrieved 2021-01-02
  4. Wilson, Rev Stephen R. "Review of "Logos" the Christian Video Game". Retrieved 2021-01-02.
  5. "Logos (2020) - Game Review - YouTube". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2021-01-02.
  6. "LOGOS Bible Video Game for PC - GameFAQs". gamefaqs.gamespot.com. Retrieved 2021-01-02.
  7. "LOGOS Bible Video Game". Metacritic. Retrieved 2021-01-02.
  8. "CGDC: Virtual 2020". Flipgrid. Retrieved 2021-01-09.

External links[edit]

Category:Action-adventure games Category:Open-world video games Category:2020 video games Category:Christian video games Category:MacOS games Category:Windows games Category:Linux games


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