So far, everyone who has purchased the app has won 100% of their prizes
Known for having many games and applications with the most diverse purposes, a steam On Monday (14) won a digital copy of the Bible🇧🇷 Developed by Bible Games, it allows you to accompany many excerpts from the book with an “original audio track” and enjoy your stories with audio description resources.
However, the aspect that attracted the most attention store users – And the He triggered a wave of fast racing – It was a new achievement system for the application. He has a total 72 unlockable trophieswhich can be accessed when specific chapters are opened by users.
This has become a cause of “discord” for some people They compete to see how fast they can get through the pages of the Bible🇧🇷 Interestingly, the Steam system shows that all users who have purchased the app so far have unlocked it 100% of your prizes – something that no one should hear about a store product.
The app is only available in English
after bible games, Your copy of the Bible is only available in English He aims to turn it into a “kinetic novel”. It states that each passage and excerpt can be read in order or in any way the user chooses, as well There is an option to save specific clips to consult with them later.
program too It brings some gameplay aspects to the Trivia system, which will ask users how much they know about the book. 🇧🇷If you find that you are getting more wrong than you expected, dig deeper into the texts and find out the answers yourself.encourage developers.
The Bible is based on the New King James Versionwhich is a more recent translation of the book that was published in its entirety in 1982. Because it belongs to the “indie” category on Steam, the app is now available and Can be purchased through November 21st at 33% offDeparture 19.42 Brazilian reals🇧🇷
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source: computer games
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