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The Bible Online Beta

Open beta testing for The Bible Online is slated to begin today at 6:00 pm GMT+1, which the Blue Computer tells us is about a half-hour ago. The Bible Online is a browser-based MMOG with RTS and RPG elements. Word is: "As the leader of their tribe, players have to construct their villages, manage resources and the budget. At the same time, players must protect their tribe from the pagans and also from other tribes. The game provides an alliance system, through which players can establish alliance for their common interest to protect themselves. Playing the role of Abraham his descendants, players also lead their tribe and raise heroes through hunting and gathering experiences." The game will launch with English and German versions, but they plan on supporting most European languages by the end of this year.

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67. Re: The Bible Online Beta Sep 13, 2010, 14:54 NicklePop
 
HellSlayer wrote on Sep 7, 2010, 18:56:
Everyone has all the answers?:) You guys cannot prove there is not a God either. Look, I created this message again...where did it come from? Wait, someone had to create it. Just like someone creates video games.

Big bang theory =

Now this one goes out to the programmers. Let us use Wow as an example. If I throw a bunch of C++ code together at random, could I make a virtual world? I do not care if you have every programmer in the world work on a project, if you just throw random code into a compiler...you could not make a game like WoW. It is impossible. Now think of the millions of lines of code it took to make a game. Now think about the earth, the sun, living organisms. Could a big bang(random code) make up the universe(s)? Impossible! The systems are too complex to be random, period.

Next on the hit list, natural selection. Another bogus theory made up by people that do not want to admit there is a higher power.


I agree with this. I find the idea that all of existence came from random indeterminate chance to be a laughable concept. That said the idea that the earth is "6000 years old" equally laughable.
 
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