CHICAGO, December 23, 2010 – The App House announced today the launch of 7th Heaven, an entertaining trivia game designed to educate people about Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, available for the iPhone and iTouch!

7th Heaven allows you to compete against your friends or simply quiz yourself, with questions and answers about three major monotheistic religions. The game seeks to build religious tolerance and understanding by allowing people to learn about others’ religious beliefs in a fun format. The questions were composed by theologians in each respective religion to ensure accuracy.

The game is a perfect way to open lines of communication between people of different faith backgrounds to discuss similarities and differences in religions. 7th Heaven can also be a valuable tool to help people junior high school age and up learn in fun way!

• 100 questions and answers in each of 3 religious categories
• 1 to 10 players, who can play individually or in teams, with optional time limit per question
• Choose number of correct questions needed to win the game
• Educational tool to help religious tolerance
• Great ice-breaker to start more serious religious discussions
• Future versions planned with more questions and additional religions

7th Heaven was originally released as a board game in 2007. Upon release, it was acclaimed as helping to stimulate religious discussions between players. Julia Shearson, executive director of the Cleveland chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said of the original board game, “It’s a very enjoyable game, and I think it can bring people together.”

The game will be available in the next two weeks at the Apple iTunes store for $0.99. A limited number of promotional codes will be made available for reviewing purposes. If you are interested, please e-mail Michael Cates at Michael@theapphouse.com.

About The App House: The App House is a Chicago, IL based mobile software applications development and publishing business committed to making apps happen. The App House helps appreneurs to conceptualize, develop, and launch mobile software applications. Visit www.theapphouse.com to learn about other titles from The App House—and how you too can participate in the app marketplace. Find us: Facebook Fan Page and Twitter at @theapphouse.com

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Michael Cates