Surprisingly, Eternal isn’t just a game. It is, in the actual sense but SoapBox Games was inspired by true stories and real people. The characters that you’ve grown to know and play and love and the adversities that cause you actual physical pain are indeed true to life, believe it or not. SoapBox Games stands on a platform that is entirely inspired by the Bible. We used these characters, these stories, these locations to invoke a sense of wonder and curiosity in your mind. Your imagination may have already gone to the Battle of Ai or sat next to Queen Jezebel in her throneroom – wherever it’s been, we thought you should know that you’re not that far off. You can find these stories, and many stories like them, in the Bible. You can visit our website if your curiosity has overwhelmed you to the point of web search. SoapBox Games is proud of this game and we plan to release many others in the near future. We purpose to teach, create, conquer and inspire – and all we’re asking you to do is have fun. So, enjoy this game. Find the AOG’s, collect the perfect deck and become the master of Eternal, if you think you have what it takes.
Sheri (with no y) is the head of SoapBox Games and has dedicated her time and efforts into making it a success. Her and her husband are currently raising 2 kids and the cutest dog ever. They enjoy long drives in their Jeep and their weekly movie night. Sheri is a graphic designer, web and video editor and more!
Sarah & Sheri go way back. All the way back to the 90’s. Sheri used to take Sarah & her brother to Laura Secord for ice cream every time she would babysit. Now, they work together in graphic design and game design. One of these days they’ll get ice cream from Laura Secord again.
So here lies the beginning of SoapBox Games.
Sarah is a 27 year old graphic designer that is passionate about colour and most Adobe products. She lives in Windsor, Ontario with her 3 rabbits, 720 Instagram followers and her beloved Ford Fusion. She is excited about the prospect of game design with SoapBox Games and is looking forward to the “games” to come.