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Jan 21, 2008 | 8:55 AM EST
  • Daily Feature January 22, 2008

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Choose your belief and kick the shit out of your enemies. Give vent to your intolerance!

Use the arrows and the space bar to navigate the menu. You can configure the keyboard in the options.

You can choose between 6 characters: God (from the old testament), Jesus, Buddha, Budai (a.k.a. the laughing Buddha representing the chinese folk religion), Ganesha, Muhammed plus a secret final boss.

Back + attack and hold the button to block, Forward + attack for kick (or strong attack)

Note: The game was conceived during the Muhammad Danish Cartoon controversy and delayed forever, when Bible Fight came out we were already working on this, the (loose) similarities are coincidental.

*UPDATE*
Thank you all for your suggestions. Faith Fighter is meant to be a quick and dirty joke and we are not going to release new versions. However you can make your own version adding new deities and features. Here's the FLA:
http://www.molleindustria .org/faith-fighter-source

Reviews


MadanimationMadanimation

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I loved this is was so well done.
GOD FTW. And thats coming from an atheist :D
10/10 and a 5 from me. Also. Added to my favorites.


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alwaysgabrielalwaysgabriel

Rated 4 / 5 stars

man go JC haha

well done i liked it... nice drawings and neat moves



PohranicniStrazePohranicniStraze

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This so deserves front page.

The special attacks are hilarious, the graphics are humorously offensive, and the overall concept is great. I particularly love Budai's belly attack- funny but deadly. Good job.


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MarioKartFranticMarioKartFrantic

Rated 4 / 5 stars

didn't tick off the religious buffs

nice game, but I couldn't remember the combinations for my guy's attacks. Maybe an onscreen prompt would be good? none the less, well done.


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