Concerned about the negative effect of video games? Here’s an alternative. The first Seventh-day Adventist game for iPhone and iPad was downloaded 3,000 times in the first 48 hours of its release, tripling the benchmark analysts say a mobile app should meet in its first week to be considered successful. “Heroes” is a comic book style trivia game based on the lives of Abraham, David, Esther and other prominent biblical characters. Players can learn their stories and test their Bible knowledge by answering as many questions as possible within sixty seconds. Correct answers earn players “manna,” which they can trade for game helps, or “effects” as they level up. Watch an introductory video via Adventist News Network.
The children’s “Draw Me Healthy” app is based on the book, Draw Me Healthy, by Brandon Reese. Children help the main character learn healthy habits by drawing pictures on their iPad. The app is priced at $1.99 on iTunes. Currently it is available only for the Apple iPad.
The Living it app is up for grabs, right now, at the App Store. Have inspiring videos and devotionals at your finger tips, and be alerted to new content as soon as it’s available. Click here to install!