Moses Matchup is a Concentration game that teaches the players about Moses and the Bible. The game is part of a series of games focused on teaching about the Bible.
The game is a standard Concentration game, where 1-3 players try to get matching pairs of cards that are facedown. The winner is the player with the most pairs at the end of the game.
The cards are all based on Moses.
Moses Matchup is a Christian education picture matching game with the theme of Moses.
Tell me a story...
You know Moses, the guy who is honorary member in any illusionistic circle for inventing the Burning Bush, the Ten Plagues, the Exodus, the Divided Waters, the Manna and the Ten Commandments, don't you? If not, download this game, execute it and click on INST. (instructions).
The same procedure as every year?...
Yes, in matters of the pairs concept, except for the optional two Hesed Cards which automatically find the match to the other card or even give an instant win when found both at once. You flip two of the 5x6 cards, trying to get a matching pair, keeping your turn when you get one, memorising the locations of everyone's misses for future turns. Only mouse control (sorry, keyboarders). The player number can be one (showing the tries you needed as result) to three. The difference comes with the Christian information about Moses. The cards depict biblical scenes or religious symbols, and the instructions explain them; or the cards illustrate the text respectively - it's symbiotic.
Eyes and ears...
The graphics is VGA. Style = textually pleasing, graphically stumbling. Fitting church music snippets when you match a pair, either internal speaker or FM music. Long FMs at title screen and instructions.
After output now the input...flip card - Mouse clickquit - Esc
Transduction...A basic pairs game as bible-knowledge consolidator. The reward musics disrupt the game flow, especially the longer FM ones. TWO points! Recommended for memorisers, critics eager for knowledge and small groups.
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