Wow... just... wow.
Well, i'll say first off that the game gets straight 10s not for being of quality work, but rather to help balance the straight 0s.
Now I can't speak for the author here in anyway, but really. Get rReal. It's sad when you feel like you have to be in good with a church to feel 'close' or 'aligned' with god. I walk the agnostic life myself but I know that if I did choose to follow christianity again, it'd be me communicating directly with god. I don't need priests or churches to help me feel closer with whomever or whatever I worship. Honestly, I don't understand why i've seen so many people say 'I don't want to give this a good score cause I might go to hell." As religion has not been physically proven by science, it is all feelings. I don't need to be in good with the church to have the feelings. Frankly, I don't think anyone else should, either. Sorry if that came off wrong, it was the only way I knew on how to explain my thoughts.
On to the game:
Graphics: The graphics were fairly good, but really, this wasn't it's winning point.
Style: It is a bit hard to understand. it took me a bit to get into the game because I didn't understand the concept of having them using doors. That should have been covered more in the instructions. Very fresh though, nice to play something unique (If not creepy)
Sound: This was the games "winning point." The music was a very creepy sound, which honestly scared the hell out of me. Add to that the screams of the children and the witnesses.. this game will probably traumatize younger ones. Keep them away, if that isn't obvious enough.
Violence: Rape, with no blood. Nuff said
Interactivity: It caught me off guard, definently. I figured you would have control over the priests, if only minimal.
Humor: There's nothing real funny to this game, honestly. Unless you like that gritty "haha, so true" irony kind of humor. In which case, this is the equivalent of your favorite comedy movie.