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Phoenix Interactive Studios is currently collecting funds via Kickstarter for single-player role-playing game Bible Chronicles: The Call of Abraham.

The Call of Abraham is rooted in Biblical stories and was created with the help of an advisory team made of pastor and ministry leaders. Players take on the role of a fictional member of Abraham's caravan; they'll explore stories and conflicts from the Bible while searching for ways to avoid violence.

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Abraham is around -2000 BC, that's not IRON AGE

This video with a guy with cape and big shield and sword... absolutely not accurate historically.


by the way, a pacifist RPG ? First screen : man with weapons...


Look at the architecture... 

Look at the picture with Sodome distroyed ? Are these greek temple ? Hahaha


The player animation ? Are we in 2002 ?


The idea is nice but, as usual, this is poorly done.

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