Family Odyssey is an exciting new game that incorporates the player’s own ancestry and allows the player to engage in mystery and intrigue played against the background of historic moments exactly during the time the player’s ancestors would have lived.
DNA is a unique database of information found in markers along our genes that are specific to each individual but go virtually unchanged in family members, thus allowing you to verify relatedness to other family members current or deceased.
The Gemstone utilized in this game is a blue anthesis with carved facets that was used by ancient Indians in Mammoth Cave Kentucky to travel to historical moments in the past of ancestors. This particular gemstone was found clutched in the hand of an ancient petrified mummy that had died beneath a fallen ledge thousands of years ago.
The histrolator is a device created to mimic the capabilities of the gemstone so that it can read the player’s DNA and travel to past historical events of the players own ancestors.
The Nexus room is a cavern found in Mammoth Cave that contains the altar that holds the Gemstone that allows the door to the past to open to past ancestral moments.
Over 500 miles of underground caves exist in southwestern Kentucky along the Tennessee border that were utilized by ancient Indians for ceremonial purposes and for collecting flint for arrowheads.
A family tree file format used by most genealogical software programs that can be interchanged with most genealogy programs.
A family DNA pattern that is passed down from Father to son for many generations.
A family DNA pattern that is passed down from Mother to son and daughter. It is passed indefinitely to daughters but son’s are not able to pass down the Mitochondrial DNA they receive from their mothers.