GIL'S BIBLE JUMBLEReviewed By: Tim Emmerich
Genre: Christian Family Edutainment
The second game is "Bible Jumble". Someone has spread Bible verses throughout the forest. You need to help Gil find them and match them up with the appropriate Bible book they are from. Once you do, you get a bonus point opportunity to guess the chapter and verse. It isn't all just randomly clicking, some verses are locked so you have to get the right color key. Once you match all the books in the forest, you win. It is fun and challenging. Plus you can increase the size of the forest for the older kids. Even at the easiest level, Gil may be a bit hard for younger kids but they can still enjoy playing. What other game exposes young players to the books of the Bible, and many verses too?
The game is never the same one twice. The map for Bible Jumble is different every time. So, as long as you enjoy the gameplay, you will enjoy Gil.
Top Meadows does a nice job of keeping track of high scores. Plus, the entire game is read to the player so young children don't even have to be able to read to play. A nice added touch of the game is that the actors who voice the readings are obviously young as well. The cartoon-like graphics are adequate. A little more music would've been nice.
A great game that the whole family can enjoy together. Play as a team! Be sure to visit Top Meadows for a downloadable demo. Give it a try and buy it if you enjoy it as it is reasonably priced (about $10).
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Year of Release—2001/2
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