2022 years later the Bible gets a Steam version


Rejoice all ye gamers: finally, the Bible has arrived on Steam. Now you can read through Biblical passages with “an original soundtrack”, listen to an audiobook version, look at “an extensive trivia section” and, in the most holy and pious of manners, earn achievements. The developer is not God, but the judiciously named Bible Games. Well they certainly know what they’re about.

Can you save the game? My child, this game may save you.

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