System Requirements Internet Connectivity An internet browser with java and cookies enabled Armo is embarking on his lifelong quest of looking for the original manuscripts of God’s Holy Word. This Adventure leads him to a pyramid build on top of a natural spring. Armo is committed to not leaving the site unless he has at least one sacred scroll. There are many levels to explore and it’s easy to get lost. The game play is very similar to ArmoQuest VI except there is more variety in the level maps. There is a compass that can help and make your adventure a lot easier than mine was!


As a basic rule in this game if there is a creature in the room, don’t click on it! If you click on a scorpion or a snake your game is over! Fortunately you can just walk past them. There is a funny item (Easter egg) you can click on though.


There are four levels in this pyramid so it’s easy to get lost. Fortunately the levels look different so there is some variety. The completely underwater level cannot be accessed once you obtain a scroll…or else your ruin it! The scrolls are scattered throughout, I don’t know how many there are but I collected seven of them. There are more Bible questions in this game since ArmoQuest VI. Save before answering them because if you answer them incorrectly, the door will shut behind you!


There are no sound effects or music in this game. You can add your own music by playing MP3’s or I-tunes on your system. ; )


I like the more diverse level maps. This is a 2D game and the graphics are limited given that it’s a web-based game.


You just need a keyboard and mouse to play this game. The mouse is used to click the direction you want Armo to go. The keyboard is used to answer the fill in the blank Bible questions. The rooms are numbered so you can kind of keep track of where you have been.


This game ran fine for me; there wasn’t even any lag to complain about!


This is a Christian game about collecting Bible scrolls, what can possibly go wrong? I have no issues to report.

Final Thoughts

This game is very family friendly. It’s free too! You can play it at http://www.armoquest.comIf you beat ArmoQuests 1-5 you are eligible to join their Armo discussion group, the people on the forums are super nice. You can even get hints if you get stuck like I did. This was probably the hardest adventure yet. It took lots of patience and perseverance to complete it. It probably would have been a bit easier if I found the compass at the beginning of the quest.

Final Ratings

Game Play 15/20 Sound N/A Graphics 6/10 Controls 5/5 Stability 5/5 Appropriateness 50/50

Total 85%

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