The Bible Game for PlayStation2 and Xbox

Crave Entertainment, a leading publisher of console videogames, today announced they have shipped The Bible Game for PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and Xbox video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. The Bible Gamecombines wholesome family fun with an engaging challenge of Biblical knowledge, and is available at retailers throughout North America for a MSRP of $19.99.

The Dove Foundation has given The Bible Game the Dove Family-Approved Seal and has rated The Bible Game “family-friendly.”
The Bible Game casts players as contestants on a game show with fast-paced, “beat the buzzer” action and a comical off-screen announcer
as emcee. 20 mini- and micro-games entertain players along with 1,500 questions focusing on inspirational Old Testament teachings such as
Jonah and the Whale, David and Goliath, Noah’s Ark, and many more. Multiplayer mode for up to four players encourages family members of all
ages to play together, and provides a fun alternative for family game nights. Action takes place against an upbeat soundtrack provided by some
of today’s hottest Christian artists, including TobyMac, Newsboys, Kutless, Jeremy Camp, and more.

The Bible Game is also available for the Game Boy(r) Advance handheld video game system later this month. Play as either Billy or Jenny on their quest to collect the Armor of God and tackle 1,500 questions from both the Old and New Testaments. Stories, teachings and personalities are intertwined with exciting action and adventure that plays out over seven levels. Three difficulty levels make the game accessible for all ages.

About Crave Entertainment
Based in Newport Beach, California, Crave Entertainment is a privately held publisher of videogame entertainment products. Crave produces games
for the major console platforms including PSP(tm) (PlayStation(r)Portable) system, Nintendo DS(tm), Game Boy(r) Advance, Nintendo GameCube(tm), the PlayStation(r) game console, PlayStation(r)2 computer entertainment system and the Xbox(r) video game system from

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