Left Behind Games Inc. (OTC: LFBG) today reported record revenues of $1,136,266 and a net profit of $124,323 for the three months ended December 31, 2010, compared to revenues of $52,868 and a net loss of $7,593,609 a year ago, respectively, making LB Games® the first public company to profitably offer Christian video games.

LB Games CEO, Troy Lyndon, says, “We are pleased to report operational profitability has resulted from increased interest in our products because of our 2010 expansion; the most significant in our history.”

LB Games’ product line grew in 2010 from 7 to 11 products, releasing 4 new Christian games in 2010 including:
# Praise Champion, Christian Karaoke game,
# King Solomon’s Trivia Challenge, Bible Trivia game
# Left Behind 3: Rise of the Antichrist, based upon the New York Times #1 best-selling novel series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins, which has sold more than 65 million books worldwide
# Charlie Church Mouse: SuperPak and 3D Bible Adventures, based upon the popular television character.

Left Behind Games also announced that it has taken steps to facilitate $10 million dollars in capital to expand its product line, enter new markets and diversify onto new platforms. Most notably, LB Games further announced its anticipated release of the first high-quality scripture memorization game, currently titled King Solomon’s Scripture Challenge, which is due out in later 2011.