A University of Virginia graduate student has created a game to "give voice to the atheist community" according to a sketchy report by Roanoke's WSLS-10.
The game designer, who declined to give his name over fears for his safety, told the TV news:
Atheists have never really had anything to speak for them like this. It’s the general atheist premise that the world might be a better place without some of those religions... It’s the idea of being able to go back in time and sort of nipping the problem in the bud.
According to the report:
The object of the game is to stop the spread of Christianity and Islam by murdering Abraham and the authors of the Bible, before beheading Muhammad.
GP: We know nothing of this unnamed - and apparently amateur - game beyond the WSLS-10 reports. However, given that Islamic tradition disapproves of depictions of Muhammad, it can be expected to cause a much wider controversy should it be released.
Beyond that, it's unclear how depicting the killing of Abraham and Muhammad would "give atheists a voice."