Challenging players to navigate through the film’s cafeteria, classrooms, footaball fields and basketball courts to collect Power-Ups in the form of hump day treats, Kalteen bars, and peppermint foot cream – which may or may not be concealed in face cream containers – the addition of Facebook integration means users can even add their own friends to the film’s infamous ‘Burn Book’ (presumably leading to emotional epiphanies and a greater understanding of individual identity and passions).
Leviticus receives its name from the Septuagint (the pre-Christian Greek translation of the OT) and means "relating to the Levites." Its Hebrew title, wayyiqra', is the first word in the Hebrew text of the book and means "And he [i.e., the Lord] called." Although Leviticus does not deal only with the special duties of the Levites, it is so named because it concerns mainly the service of worship at the tabernacle, which was conducted by the priests who were the sons of Aaron, assisted by many from the rest of the tribe of Levi. Exodus gave the directions for building the tabernacle, and now Leviticus gives the laws and regulations for worship there, including instructions on ceremonial cleanness, moral laws, holy days, the sabbath year and the Year of Jubilee. These laws were given, at least for the most part, during the year that Israel camped at Mount Sinai, when God directed Moses in organizing Israel's worship, government and military forces. The book of Numbers continues the history with preparations for moving on from Sinai to Canaan.