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Moses the Freedom Fighter is the action-packed new adventure game that’s positively biblical!

If you’re a fan of classic games and also wish you could do something to make the world a better place, have we got a game for you… introducing Moses the Freedom Fighter!

 

The game itself is free, and all proceeds from donations and in-game advertisements from most of the globe will go directly to benefit refugees, via Oxfam America’s Syria and Refugee Crisis Response Fund helping exiles fleeing genocide and oppression across the world, as well as (in the Australia/New Zealand region only) with donations in that region benefiting refugees via Asylum Seekers Centre in New South Wales, Australia.

 

Download the game or donate below, and help bring freedom to
the lives of others!

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Moses the Freedom Fighter

Discover classic gameplay fun while fighting injustice in the real world!

Moses the Freedom Fighter was created by onetime refugees and brothers, Chinh and Khoa Vu, and inspired by their childhood experiences and an intense love for classic video games.

Having fled a totalitarian regime in Vietnam, the Vu family immigrated to the United States in 1979. Years later, the two built Ayotree, a software company based in Pasadena, California.

Moses the Freedom Fighter is their powerful statement—using the language of computer code as their canvas—against racism, slavery, and oppression, and in support of freedom for all.

At left: Memories of a refugee childhood, including Mrs. Kinh Tran’s Refugee ID card (Chinh and Khoa’s mom) from the camp in Malaysia, and a news clip showing the conditions of the refugee camp and a young Chinh Vu (he’s the kid in the video with red shorts at 1:28!).

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Do your part to support refugees and the fight for freedom for all—play Moses the Freedom Fighter!

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Act 1 – Up the Nile

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