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It’s the most wonderful time of the year… unless you’re the Nerd. Instead of watching heart-warming Christmas specials, he’s playing some more bad games of biblical proportions, and the strange Christian-themed games just keep coming!

First up is Noah’s Ark, developed by Contra developers Konami and released in 1992 for the NES. Wrap your head around that one! After that, we’ve got Sunday Funday, a religious rehash of Menace Beach, a game where you play as a skateboarder who’s trying to save his girlfriend from gangsters before she gets stripped naked. How developers Color Dreams were inspired to turn this into a Christian game defies common sense. And just when you think it can’t get any worse, the Nerd busts out the baddest of the bad – Bible-themed games on the CD-i!

If you were hoping for peace and love this Christmas, you might be watching the wrong video. So spike your eggnog and grab your stockings, ’cause the Nerd is going to town on these awful games! 

This is Angry Videogame Nerd episode 62

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41 thoughts on “Bible Games 2 – Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN)

  1. You missed the obvious point about how tedious Exodus is: the Israelites wandered through the wilderness for 40 years before they found the promised land. The game is making you wander for 40 years.

    Also “M” is obviously manna.

  2. When I was a kid and I watched this the year 2020 sounded so futuristic and far away, now here we are and all I want to do is go back to this time

  3. "Who are these raging atheists that don't want you to go to curch?"
    The game is obviously based on the world of "God isn't dead"

  4. You know it’s pretty messed up that “Exodus” came up with “Kill All Babies” as one of it’s multiple choice answers all on it’s own!

  5. Egyptian dont worship gods, they take Psychedelics and meet god during trips and all those gods have the same soul, the infinite God of all, the God that experiences everything and embodies all other gods. It's a strange loop but reality is a strange loop

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