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Re: A Catholic Video Game
« Reply #15 on: May 23, 2020, 03:02:07 AM »
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  • 1. For your first question, The game will be $4.99 when it's released and I think that is a very fair price. The game will not be a triple AAA title by no means. The budget for the game was exactly $100 But, I am doing this for the glory of God. We are all a fan of free things. :jester: and that is why I am going to see how the game goes and maybe after a while I will decide on if I want to lower the price below $5 or even make it free. Also, The game is about 85% done right now.
    2. Your good, I don't think your second question is obtuse at all. The game falls more into the category of a single overarching story. The game will be a 3D FPS. But, of course there will be no guns. You are Uriel the Archangel and your weapons are a sword and a shield including other weapons that are swords that shoot lasers (more or less representing the Sword of the Spirit in The Book of Ephesians.) and fireballs. The game takes place in purgatory and a few parts of hell. I am not going to go further into other information since that would of course be spoilers. Satan is the final boss and that is the only spoiler I am comfortable disclosing about the game right now.
    3. For your third question, I can sadly not port it to Mac unless I could find someone who could figure out how. The reason being is the game depends on DirectX which is sadly Windows only. However, A Mobile version and a multiplayer online version of the game is in the books. But, I am not going into any detail on that and those may or may not happen. I will have to see how the future goes.
    I loved these questions. Let me know if you have any more. Pray for me that everything goes well with development. God Bless.  :cowboy:
    Thanks for the response! $4.99 is definitely a very reasonable price. The story sounds very interesting, as do the weapons and setting. I also think it's neat that you're thinking of developing a mobile game as well. I'll keep praying for your success in this endeavor. :pray:
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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #16 on: May 23, 2020, 04:30:27 AM »
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  • Video games are for little kids. Go out and do something real.
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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #17 on: May 23, 2020, 04:36:33 AM »
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  • Video games are for little kids. Go out and do something real.
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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #18 on: May 23, 2020, 11:20:21 AM »
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  • Thanks for the response! $4.99 is definitely a very reasonable price. The story sounds very interesting, as do the weapons and setting. I also think it's neat that you're thinking of developing a mobile game as well. I'll keep praying for your success in this endeavor. :pray:
    Thank you very much. It is greatly appreciated since I need all the prayers I can get. Keep an eye out for the next two months. It will be released one of these days. Stay tuned.  ::)
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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #19 on: May 23, 2020, 11:30:09 AM »
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  • Please keep us posted.  I’d buy a copy just to support your work.  Some people don’t like video games, but it’s just a form of entertainment (like sports, movies, books, hunting, fishing, etc).  I’m sure some people criticized Tolkien in his day for writing “childish” literature.  All things in moderation.


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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #20 on: May 23, 2020, 11:43:28 AM »
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  • Please keep us posted.  I’d buy a copy just to support your work.  Some people don’t like video games, but it’s just a form of entertainment (like sports, movies, books, hunting, fishing, etc).  I’m sure some people criticized Tolkien in his day for writing “childish” literature.  All things in moderation.
    Thank you very much. God bless.  :pray:
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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #21 on: May 23, 2020, 06:54:57 PM »
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  • Congrats on developing this game, and I hope it turns out well. Creating entertainment, whether in the form of literature, or even games, does have a purpose and a place. It seems quite odd to write out, but I think that Catholics in today's world should develop a more robust cultural identity separate from the mediocre and soulless modern internationalized identity that we are encouraged to adopt. Even small things like this help us to detach ourselves from the poisonous influence of modern pop culture (think modern Hollywood films) and stick to something made by our fellow Catholics.

    As an aside, is the angel Uriel actually considered a saint? I've heard differing opinions on this subject. 

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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #22 on: May 23, 2020, 08:50:05 PM »
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  • Congrats on developing this game, and I hope it turns out well. Creating entertainment, whether in the form of literature, or even games, does have a purpose and a place. It seems quite odd to write out, but I think that Catholics in today's world should develop a more robust cultural identity separate from the mediocre and soulless modern internationalized identity that we are encouraged to adopt. Even small things like this help us to detach ourselves from the poisonous influence of modern pop culture (think modern Hollywood films) and stick to something made by our fellow Catholics.

    As an aside, is the angel Uriel actually considered a saint? I've heard differing opinions on this subject.
    Thank you! Yes, hopefully the game will save souls. We need more catholic content out there to outdo hollywood media and branch out to more people.

    Uriel is the fourth archangel of the seven. Uriel is a saint in Eastern Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy but not Roman Catholicism. It is a very complex subject involving a pope who struck archangels off the list for veneration and some books that didn't make it in the catholic deuterocanon in the 4th century which are 1st and 2nd Esdras along with the prayer of manasseh which were never as big in the west and they are called the Biblical Apocrypha, I do however encourage all to read these books especially 2nd Esdras since it is apocalyptic and fun fact, 2nd Esdras was used by Christopher Columbus when he set sail and found America. Uriel plays a big role in the book of 2nd Esdras. 2nd Esdras did become popular in the west through protestantism with the King James Bible Apocrypha but that is about it. Uriel is the archangel of salvation and of the divine presence. One interesting fact is there are some Dominicans in the Roman Catholic Church who consider Uriel a saint in the west. But, finding catholics who honor Uriel and love Uriel are much more harder to come by in the west.
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    Re: A Catholic Video Game
    « Reply #23 on: September 07, 2020, 01:42:42 AM »
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  • UPDATE: After three months, I have an official update for the catholic video game I am developing called Angelic War. I have some screenshots of the game. The swords in the game take after the sword of the spirit in the Book of Ephesians Chapter 6 in the Bible. There is a total of twelve levels where you battle the forces of evil trying to invade purgatory. Here are the screenshots:









    The State of the Twelve Levels:

    LEVEL 1: 100% Complete
    LEVEL 2: 100% Complete
    LEVEL 3: 100% Complete
    LEVEL 4: 98% Complete
    LEVEL 5: 100% Complete
    LEVEL 6: 90% Complete
    LEVEL 7: 100% Complete
    LEVEL 8: 100% Complete
    LEVEL 9: 85% Complete
    LEVEL 10: 90% Complete
    LEVEL 11: 100% Complete
    LEVEL 12: 80% Complete

    Hope you all enjoy this and thank you for all the prayers! My only issue right now is finding a musician for this game. Besides that, all is well! God bless!
    Somewhere in the last century, Western man suffered a catastrophic loss of faith—in himself, in his civilization, and in the faith that gave it birth. - Pat Buchanan 2008


     

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