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"Wow! You have some great games!
I would definitely be interested in promoting them.

Mrs Faithe Thomas

We are believed your product is well done and could be a good fit for us!

Dwain Moyer Owner/VP Casscom Media

The concept is very good and would be attractive to school children learning about religion etc'.

Aidan Chester Sales & Operations Manager, Verita

We are very impressed with the games
I believe there is a very under-represented market for a quality Christian game. 

Joe Kerr Customer Svc Manager The deeperShopping Customer Service Team

"The overall view was that my fellow priests and i thought your game was very good: the variety of relevant places, the scriptural quote, the quality of the cards."

Fr Stephen Stephen Fawcett

"Christian parents are always looking for ways to make the Bible come alive for their children. The Israel-based company DNA-Educational Games is now making board games and card games that help children of all ages learn more about the Bible and the Land. With input from top biblical scholars, as well as photographers and graphic designers, the company has produced three flagship games called “In the Footsteps of Jesus,” “Journey to the Holy Land” and “Sayings of the Lord.” A fourth game entitled “Snakes and Ladders,” focusing on the missionary journeys of the Apostles, is being planned. All three current games can be used to teach about the locations where Jesus taught and the world in which he lived, as well as to build a greater appreciation for his message. Although the staff of DNA Games is Jewish, they launched the company in part to show their appreciation for Israel’s Christian friends. “During the Holocaust, a relative of mine was forced to flee her home in Poland,” DNA Games CEO Hagai Rom recently told The Christian Edition. “She fled to Russia, and along the way she met many Christian families who helped and supported her. She felt she owed them a debt of gratitude, and one day she asked me if I had any idea how to make something that would embrace their religious beliefs and values. I started to form an idea, we began to develop the games, and her dream of appreciation became real.” Rom said he hopes that Christian families playing his company’s games will come together for times of fun and learning. “We want to reinforce the family bond and at the same time strengthen their knowledge of the New Testament,” he added. The games are suitable for Christians of all denominations and have been published in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. But more than camaraderie and altruism are at play in the DNA games. Rom explained that the market for religious-themed games, books and toys is growing and also provides an opportunity to create jobs in Israel. Rom thought that there might be a market for these games and started to investigate the field. He discovered that the religious consumer market in the United States was an $8.6 billion business in 2008 and is growing faster than overall retail. Nearly 12 percent of all Americans spend more than $50 a month on religious products. The total annual expenditures on religious products among American Christians, which also includes expenditures on imported products from Israel, is estimated at $4.2 billion. 2 Sales in the PC and electronic gaming industry have dropped, and simple, old-fashioned board and card games are making a comeback. This may be due in part to the global economic crisis, with many parents no longer willing to spend hundreds of dollars for expensive digital video games. Parents are also increasingly concerned about the mental impact on their children of games that inundate them with rapid-fire digital images."

The Jerusalem Post- Christian Edition
Bible study made fun - AARON HECHT

"Thank you for such Godly focused and interesting educational games. We have “played” them over and over and everyone from our 4year old to our 13year old, my husband and I, and so many others who have come to our home, have enjoyed the blessing that comes from knowing our Triune God more and more. These games have replaced worldly ones and the benefits are eternal. How can you beat that?"

Mrs. Lisa Zaccaro and Family

"Journey to the Holy Land" and "In the Footsteps of Jesus" is two card games that actually come from the Holy Land!
Our three-year-old was able to make matches and feel like he was part of the game. I learned a lot from this card game!
These cards include beautiful photographs, a small description of each place, and a Scripture reference.
They are clearly marked with colors, titles, and the four cards you're trying to collect, making it very easy to play.
My children and I enjoyed playing these traditional style games with the flare of Biblical history and geography.
You'll be hard pressed to find any other products that put this kind of Bible information into a game format.


Cindy West, The Old Schoolhouse^® Magazine, LLC

The Apostles board game is a great bonding tool for families and friends who areinterested in learning more about the Word of God and how it applies in their everyday lives. What I have found the most helpful is how to use some of the key verses of the bible to not only build understanding but also the prompting, thinking about and discussing how
it can be applied in everyday life. So many times, I hear people saying that they don’t know how to apply the bible. This game helps us to gain more perspective and make the Word alive (and living). Young children can also begin to understand the role of God in our everyday lives and not as some far-away entity that we think about or only worship on Sundays.

With so many horrific events happening every day and at every turn and every news broadcast, we need to be reminded of God and how He fits into our lives. Children and teenagers are very vulnerable and this very interactive look at “The Apostles” can help us make sense and keep perspective in this turbulent and chaotic world. I highly recommend this game for people who want to bring God and more of the bible into their family life and routine.

When we put God and His Word first, we no longer have anything to fear.

Bring God into Everyday Life - By: Joy Marie

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