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Bible Navigator X costs on Xbox Live

Testament to Indie Games' open doors.

America's oldest Bible publisher B&H has adapted the book for Xbox Live, and is asking for a mandatory donation of 400 Microsoft Points (£3.40/€4.80) to read it.

Bible Navigator X, available from the Indie Games channel, has both Old and New Testaments, a search tool, bookmarking and various customisation options for viewing on a big telly, just as the original authors no doubt intended.

"The Xbox [360] isn't just secular entertainment anymore," said Aaron Linne, B&H evangelist. "We can use technology that other people developed to study Scriptures through a new medium. Some people are just more comfortable with a controller in their hands than a book."