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Submitted by leonHurley 947d ago | news

Gaming meets its maker: Flower used in interactive church service

Sing hallelujah for Exeter Cathedral. The 700-year-old Devonian church made history recently by holding a service that used PS3 game Flower as an interactive tool. Editor of Game People Andy Robertson (AKA Wired’s GeekDad) facilitated the event, and proved that videogames and church make for a surprisingly effective mix. (Culture, Flower, PS3)

Godmars290  +   947d ago
Shouldn't that be, "Gaming meets The Maker"?
MySwordIsHeavenly  +   947d ago
I actually used this video in an article I wrote. Gaming has not been accepted by the mainstream, but it will, given time.
from the beach  +   947d ago
How to make church boring.
Hellsvacancy  +   947d ago
I thought it would be the other way round, watching paint dry would make Church less boring
brettyd  +   947d ago
Oh my science

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