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The Bible Online

New name to be revealed on Thursday.


Siegburg, Germany – December 7, 2010

The world’s first Bible based browser game, The Bible Online, has found the new name.

During the last week, FIAA held an event to gather suggestions and ideas to find the new name to replace the current name “The Bible Online.” The event was well received and many suggestions were posted by the users. The winners of surprise Christmas presents will be announced at the forum on December 9 th.

Direct link to the forum event page:

FIAA announced that the new name and the logo will appear in their website on December 9 th. Game Manager, Jane Lee says, “We expect that the new name will contribute to reactivating the initial hype we had. To find out the new name, visit after December 9 th!”

About The Bible Online

The Bible Online is the first browser game based on the scenario of the Bible. It is a MMO browser game with elements of RTS and RPG. As the leader of their tribe, players have to construct their villages, manage resources and the budget. It is their task to protect their tribe and conquer new lands. Playing the role of Abraham his descendants, users also lead their tribe and raise heroes through hunting and gathering experiences.

Key features of <The Bible Online: Ch.1 Heroes >

-      Browser Game

-      RTS: build villages and develop, conquer and defend tribes

-      RPG: raise character

-      Quests according to the stories of the Genesis

-      Chat system

-      Birth Right system: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob

-      Compatible to current browsers

About FIAA GmbH

FiAA GbmH is an online game publisher. Located in Germany, FiAA is focusing on licensing and publishing online games worldwide and especially in Europe.




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