Just in time for Passover, download “Race to the Red Sea” Video Game, created by 7th graders at a Jewish Day School in Jacksonville, Florida.
It’s an international collaboration between Jewish Interactive (based in South Africa, UK and Israel) and Martin J. Gottlieb Jewish Day School (Jacksonville, Florida).
7th graders designed the game and its assets under the guidance of Jewish Interactive and their teacher. Jewish Interactive produced the game.
About the Game:
Run! Run! Run! You are a Jew who is trying to escape Egypt and make it to the Red Sea. You can use the plagues to slow down the Egyptians, and you have to collect certain power ups to survive past them. Some of the many plagues are wild animals, boils, and blood. You can either avoid the Pharaoh by jumping over him, or hit him with plagues. While this is going on, you also have to collect letters to spell the 10 plagues in Hebrew.
This game was made by the 7th grade students at the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School. If you are looking for a game with action and danger, this is the game for you. Run quickly and Race to the Red Sea!
Read the blog that the MJGDS 7th graders have kept!
To Download the (free) Game:
Click here to download Race to the Red Sea and play.
Before you can play Race to the Red Sea, you will need to download and install the Adobe AIR player.
(free AIR download: https://get.adobe.com/air/)
Updated: Here is the iTunes app Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/race-to-the-red-sea/id980251828?ls=1&mt=8
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Watch the video about how it was created:
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