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OS: Any with java enabled internet browser CPU: 486 (your internet connection determines the speed) RAM: 32MB VIDEO: Any SOUND: Not required Age: Everyone Bible: NIV Armo is back and this time he is after 20 precious jewels that were taken from him. As Armo, you must search through an abandoned train depot and you can only progress by answering scriptural questions correctly. Be careful, as there are dessert scorpions on the loose!

How do I play?

There are many obstacles and locked passages in this game. You will have to find keys and tools to help you gain access to many areas. There are four secret levels to discover. You goal is to collect the jewels but you do not need all 20 to win. (I only collected 4)

What kinds of questions are there?

All of the questions are from the NIV Bible. There are some fill in the blank, true and false, most of them are multiple choice. If you answer one incorrectly you have to start over so save often!

Graphics

Since this game is web based it’s not very graphic intensive. It consists of html and java so most browsers and OS’s should be able to play it. Each level is a jpeg image and some of them have animations, it’s simple but effective.

Sound

There is no sound in this game. (Unless you count the windows beep when a pop up box appears)

Controls

You just need your mouse to play. There are hot spots to click on and they are easy to find/manipulate.

Stability

The game loaded some pages a little slow but other than that it ran well.

Appropriateness

This game is Bible based and each jewel is associated with a positive virtue like kindness.

Final Thoughts

This is a great online game that will get you thinking and can be a very helpful tool to help you learn scripture. The price is right too, free! Check it out at: http://www.armoquest.com

Final Ratings

Game play 16/20 Graphics 7/10 Sound N/A Controls 5/5 Stability 4/5 Appropriateness 50/50

Final Score 91%

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