A funny game about a super important subject…
Attack of the Sunday School Zombies is a fun 3-D style computer game that helps kids understand the right attitude they should bring to worship and Sunday School.
The “Zombies” are a group of children, youth and adults who are running around crazy inside a church. They are constantly complaining about being there, or telling you the wrong reasons to be there.
Providentially, Super Kenz the Bible Kid attends that church! She’s ready to share some insights and Bible verses with them to try and change their attitude. Her verses appear on her iTell handheld computer which she reads and discusses with each zombie.
Problem is…that zombies are too busy complaining to stop and talk with Super Kenz.
….That’s where the DONUTS come in.
It’s a well-known fact that ONLY Chocolate-dip Donuts will stop Church Zombies long enough so you can talk to them.
Super Kenz grabs her “Donut Flinger” (pictured here in her hands), loads up on donuts found in the church, and then sets out to find each Zombie.
When she finds them (there are 8) they keep skulking while complaining. Super Kenz then proceeds to sling chocolate-dipped donuts at them, which of course, makes them dance around and try to run away.
If Kenz flings enough donuts at them, they stop running away and start talking. She listens to their complaints about being in church, and then Super Kenz counters their complaints with biblical insights and practical advice.
At the end of the game… when Super Kenz has turned all 8 zombies back into church members, they meet her in the Sanctuary for worship. (Then your kids will want to play it again.)
- The game is great fun.
- Challenges familiar lame attitudes and complaints.
- And gives your kids important ideas to consider and discuss.
This CD is designed for use anytime, anywhere, in a structured lesson, as a discussion starter, or as a great content-rich-but fun game to fill in some time on your schedule.
About the Zombies…
They’re not the flesh-eating kind “Sunday School” zombies walk around bored, disinterested and COMPLAINING about things. And when they get hit with donuts, they start to run and dodge.
Daniel the pre-teen: I’m bored! I want to be entertained!
Luke the young boy: My parents make me come. Why go on Sunday anyway?
Nikki the young teen: It’s a hassle to dress up, and people judge you on the way you look.
Cara the teenager: I don’t like some of the people there. Some of them aren’t nice. They’re hypocrites.
Neil the old guy: I go because I feel like I have to pay God back and do my duty.
Pastor Bob: Church isn’t supposed to be exciting! Get used to it.**
Mrs. Moreno: I can be a Christian all on my own. I don’t need organized religion.
Malinda the mom: It seems so fake, and I have my doubts.
- Common complaints about church.
- The right reasons to worship and attend Sunday School.
- How kids can see past what bores them to see what's important.
- How to encourage your peers to have the right attitude.
Notes About Gameplay:It takes about 25 minutes to stop and convince all 8 zombies to join you in worship. Younger children will need help. Flying popcorn, annoying bats, water spraying from the sinks, and a classroom filled with frogs --are just a few of the things that challenge Super Kenz as she tries to find the zombies. Throughout the zombified church there are weird and encouraging messages on posters and bulletin boards. Super Kenz has a Donut Flinger that makes quite a mess. But it's all for a good cause ...and you don't have to clean up afterwards.
Price: $23 for one.
$20 each for two to four copies.
See the online order form for 5+ and 8+ Site License version and pricing!
Age Range: 2nd through Teen.
Younger children will enjoy this CD, but will need help with navigation and reading.
System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8. Minimum: 1.1 ghz, 1 mb ram, 16 mb videoram. Higher recommended for more fluid 3d gameplay.
My 11 year old son had a great time giving “Attack of the Sunday School Zombies” a trial run before our lesson. I was cracking up just listening to the one zombie shouting, ”meetings! meetings! meetings!” So I think it would be a great resource for me to use for our volunteers too. Attitude really makes a difference for us all. So, a big thank you to you and your ministry! ~Catherine Curtis. 1st Congregational, Glen Ellyn IL
Neil, it is okay to say I felt strangely satisfied blasting Pastor Bob with donuts? Our girls really related to the one zombie girl who complained about feeling judged for what she wears. What a great subject you’ve made into a fun game. -Edward A., volunteer, First E. Lutheran, Richmond
I know the game isn’t for him but just had to tell you that my 5 year old is in love with Super Kenz. What a sweet voice she has in your program. ~Judy S. member of All Saints, Las Vegas.