System Requirements
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

Armoquest 3 is a free online Bible adventure game. You can play it at http://www.rhinoprints.net/armorhino/armoquestiii/armoquestiii.html In this game you play Armo a righteous rhinoceros. Your submarine has been hijacked. Not only do you have to find the submarine, but the relief supplies that were inside. Before it was hijacked it was on it\'s way to send supplies to foreign missionaries. In order to progress through your quest, you must answer many biblical questions. So have your NIV bible ready and be prepared to flip through many passages. Or challenge yourself and try to do it with out using a bible. (Be sure to save at every level) There are four hidden levels in this game, see if you can find them!

How do I play the game?

There are a bunch of puzzles that will need to be solved to progress in the game. All these puzzles are biblical and are usually in fill in the blank, multiple choice or True and False format. If you need the reference verse click on Armo\'s sword, it will tell you what verse to seek for the answer. If you answer incorrectly, you\'ll find yourself back at the title screen. There are save points at every level so be sure to save often!

What will I encounter?

When you start the game you\'ll find yourself in an underwater fortress. Once inside there are many paths to explore. The direction you go is usually corresponds to an answer you give to a particular question. You\'ll need to collect different color keys and tools to access certain areas. Click everywhere you may discover hidden secrets.


From a Christian perspective this is a biblical game and I see nothing wrong with it. It can be a great learning tool for memorizing scripture or just locating it in your bible! There are many good biblical principles that can be applied as well. Any Christian no matter how old can learn from this game.

Overall experienceEase of use

The game was fun to play and it\'s easy to navigate. It\'s 56K friendly and loaded up with no problems. The graphics are simple but good for slower connections. I was surprised to see some animation and even a sound effect in this game. :) Maybe the next Armo Quests will have more sound? There was no background music though. This game is real cute and can be enjoyed by anyone. Best of all, it\'s free! However you can get Armoquest T-shirts etc to support this ministry. When you complete the game, be sure to check out the out takes, that was a real nice touch!

Final Ratings

Graphics B- Game play B+ Sound C Interface B+ Stability A+ Offensive Content A+
Overall 83% B

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