New Footage of ‘I am Jesus Christ’ Shows the Temple Cleansing
The first-person Jesus Christ simulator development is progressing well. Let me briefly explain what I mean. Simula, an Indie Developer, announced Jesus Christ at the beginning of 2019, and it sounds exactly like it does.
The game will be built in Unreal Engine. Players will play the role of Jesus Christ as they perform miracles and cast out demons. This is a typical Jesus’s daily routine. The I am Jesus Christ developers have created some stunning graphics. Now, a new log shows gameplay for one of Jesus’ most famous miracles.
Twinfinite reported that SimulaM’s most recent development update shows Jesus performing the cleansing of the temple. According to the Bible, the cleansing occurred in Jerusalem’s Herod’s Temple. It saw Jesus expel merchants who believed the temple had been turned into a “den full of thieves.”
A similar clip shows Jesus destroying tables. This isn’t what I picture when I think about cleansing a temple, but it’s what we have. It takes place just before Jesus is arrested, so it is possible to assume that the scene is near the end of the game. I am Jesus Christ will debut at Gamescom this August. Are you hungry for more? The official synopsis states: “Are You Ready to Fight with Satan in the Desert, Cure the Sick and Help the Needy?” Over 30 famous miracles are possible, including the feeding of the hungry and healing of the sick.