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Journey to the Three Mosques Version 1.0

Journey to the Three Mosques Version 1.0

  • $ 4595


A Wonderful Trip Depending on your Islamic Knowledge Through this competition, the program takes you on a journey to the most important and glorious three mosques in the Islamic history: the Sacred Mosque in Mecca, the Prophet's Mosque in Medina and the Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. The program presents complete description of each mosque and the stages of building them supported by a large number of pictures and video shots and audio commentary. The program aims at enriching and testing your information as well as increasing your Islamic knowledge through competitions, illustrative pictures, video shots and games. The competition consists of five levels which represent different environments such as forests, mountains, caves, desert and seas. Each level contains a set of questions which the player or competitor must answer in order to move to the next level and resume the journey. The competition presents the answers to the questions either through the multiple choice system where the competitor will choose the correct answer out of three or just tick off the correct answer. So long as you have sufficient knowledge, you will be able to pass through the different environments of the competition by answering the questions which challenge your intelligence and skills. In each environment or level, the competitor faces a group of obstacles which he can not pass until he answers a set of questions. After each level, the program presents a jigsaw puzzle, in which the user will be required to rearrange the scattered parts of a picture, in order to move to the next level. The program provides you with the required food for resuming the journey through enjoyable fishing trips. The program gives you the fishing tools which enable you to catch fish or shoot pigeons. After providing a correct answer to any of the questions, the program presents the scores recorded by the competitor(s) as well as a statistical list showing the number of questions.