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iFatherFree


iFatherFree
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Description

You have committed a sin? iFather is here for you. With the original game for iPhone or iPod Touch you can redeem your sin by accepting a penance iFather choose for you. iFather is not a game connected to the Catholic Church, in a sense follows the same basic principles. The goal is to entertain the user with a series of penitenzei nice for any kind of sin, but also to reflect on how many times these commandments are broken daily. You can also suggest penance to iFather (according to specific rules) that will be instantly available to all those who play with iFather. Each repentance can be accepted or changed (you can also report penances that violate the rules or are not relevant to the game). You can also share on facebook your penance. iFather requires an always-on Internet connection to be updated daily. Rules for submission of penance: * You can not write in any way the word "God" will make explicit reference to it. * You can not write anything offensive to the Church and its Saints. * You can not write anything with clear references to political or subversive. * You can not write anything obscene or that in some way can be considered morally inappropriate for the type of game. * Penance must be somehow related to the sin committed. * Penance can have a mens rea and awareness about the sin committed. * Penance can not include acts that go against the law. * Penance, as imaginative, must somehow be possible to achieve Important: This application does not represent a real redemption from sin, for acquittal should apply only to the priest. Any reference to persons or property actually existed is purely coincidental.

What's New in Version 2.0.1

bug fixed

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