Thursday, July 24, 2014

Review of the Christian Video Game "The Axys Adventures: Truth Seeker"

Genre: Christian Video Game
Recommendation: Excellent
Originality – 5/5
Game Play – 5/5
Plot /Game Objective– 5/5
Characters – 5/5
Aesthetics – 5/5

Pacifico Island’s residents are shaken to the core, when the beautiful plants that had been there when they went to bed were replaced with hideous weeds. With their annual festival scheduled for that day, this tragedy is even more horrifying.
You have to help teenaged Axys battle these weeds, which have grown so big, they’re actually fighting back! Travel the island as Axys, and discover the truth—answers and secrets that will help you to destroy the weeds forever.
Axys Adventures: Truth Seeker is a Christian RPG made by Rebel Planet Creations. It portrays an amazing parable, about how there is danger in believing the lies of the enemy, and the healing that can happen for us, when we let God back into our hearts.  
This Christian video game was the 2007 winner of the Christian PC Game of the Year Award, and has received many positive Christian video game reviews.
This Christian video game is the first one in an epic trilogy of Christian role playing games, and the video at the end will set up the second installment perfectly. 

This Christian role playing game is fantastic, across the board. The graphics are comparable to other RPG’s from the same gaming era, including the Zelda games.
There are several great puzzles to challenge players, 30 different levels, and many different enemies.
The violence is minimal, and you have to use your wits to defeat your enemies.
The puzzles are Bible-based, and teach the player Christian trivia and values.
With more than 20 hours of gameplay, and 6 mini-games for endless fun, this Christian video game has a lot to offer. It’s no wonder it ranks so high in the Christian video game reviews!

There’s really only the one con to this amazing Christian video game. It’s only for one player. Many RPG’s, including Christian role playing games, are only single player games, but being able to share a game with your friends at a party just makes it so much more fun than it is playing on your own.

Who Should Play 
Axys is a Christian video game, but would appeal to anyone because of how great the actual gameplay is. It’s rated as being appropriate for children 7 and up, which is great! The whole family can take turns playing!

Read about more Christian video games on our Christian Games page.

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