We took these two gigantic stories and turned them into adventure games that your students play through as Robin MacTavish, as a young teenage archaeologist and Bible student.
Exodus Adventures features 3 different lesson-adventure games covering the Exodus story:
1. How the Hebrews came to Egypt, Enslavement, Plagues & Passover
2. Escape across the Sea and into the Wilderness: Water, Manna, Rock
3. Introduction to Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy: “the rest of the story”
Joseph’s Story takes students through the story of Joseph in one game-lesson ( or you can skip sections of the story-game, or spread it out over two lessons. Joseph is a big story!) Well, Potiphar, Prison, Pharaoh, Reconciliation -and what it tells us today.
Both of these adventure-lesson games features Robin MacTavish, the young teenage archaeologist whom your students “steer” through the interactive landscapes of the stories. Robin walks, she runs, she swims, –she even has a helicopter to fly!
During Exodus Adventures Game 1, your student fly Robin’s helicopter and to find the Burning Bush,
whereupon, God has something to say.
In Joseph’s story, when Robin is taken to see Potiphar, he throws her in prison, but later must talk to Pharaoh and solve his riddle. Afterward finding Benjamin’s cup, she hears from each of Joseph’s brothers (life application moment!).
In each CD, Robin is guided by her grandfather, who acts as her teacher. Throughout each game they converse about the meaning of the story and he gives her clues about what to do next.
The kids think they are playing a game, -and they are, but they are also working their way through the Exodus or Joseph scriptures and meaning.
They see and hear scripture, and interact with the characters in the story. Exodus Adventures features video clips in the gameplay. In Joseph’s Story, the “ruins of Joseph’s Palace” suddenly come alive and think YOU are Joseph!
Read each software’s detailed description, and don’t forget to print our Teacher’s Guides so you look like a gamer-genius to your students.