USstreamer: Bob Gets Biblical with Super 3D Noah's Ark [Update: Archived!]

USstreamer: Bob Gets Biblical with Super 3D Noah's Ark [Update: Archived!]

It's like Wolfenstein 3D, except all the Nazis are sleepy animals. Wait, where are you going?

E3 2015's many surprises stunned the staff of USgamer, but with our eyes fixed on the L.A. Convention Center, we ended up missing one of the most anticipated releases of all time: Super 3D Noah's Ark on Steam.

That's right: the family friendly take on Wolfenstein 3D has finally hit our favorite digital distribution service named after hot water vapor, and today, you can watch me play it live on USgamer. For a solid hour, I'll be crawling through the cavernous depths of Noah's Ark, recreating the Book of Genesis in a Biblically accurate way, which mostly involves slingshotting food into the mouths of rampaging livestock. What, you didn't read the Second Edition?

It all starts on USgamer's channel today at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET—or you can stay on this page and watch the stream from here. And if you can't make it, don't worry; our streams are always backed up on our YouTube channel. And if you're reading this after the stream has already happened, you'll see that version embedded below.

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