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Here is a game I have in the works and I hope that others will enjoy.


[Story: | Goal:]

The devil has destroyed the Bible as a whole and scattered all the books all over Zeredathah and it is your job to go around and collect all 66 books.


To make the game more enjoyable I am adding things to do.  Some examples (some may not yet be available):

Planting (Available)

Fishing (Available)

Day/Night as you travel  (unavailable at this time)

Quests by NPCs (Available)



Scripts added:

Basic Options

Basic Resize

^^ Above Scripts by V.M of D.T ^^


Basic Music Player

Respawn Timer

Fishing Mini-game (Used with permission)

^^ Above Scrips by Galv ^^


Scrips under consideration for inclusion:

Character Effects by Galv

Region Effects by Galv

Khas Awesome Lighting Effects


I will update as scripts are added.




Note 1: This is game ONLY without the RTP (run time package) https://www.rpgmakerweb.com/download/additional/run-time-packages

Note 2: I am not too familiar with Dropbox.  PLease notify me if you cannot get the game.  Anyone famliar with Dropbox that can assist, please do.



Here are some screen shots for the game:


The Angel is the first thing you see starting the game.

Who doesn't like furballs (I mean cats)?

The Forest of Armoure is an area where you need to find all 7 parts of the Armor of God to get to the next area.

King Joash is the King of the land so go and visit him and see what he has to say.

All around Zeredathah you will find places to plant.  Not only in towns, but also on the world map.  There is 3 items in the towns, and trees on the world map to plant.

Hidden somewhere in the starting area there is a secret waterfall with animals.  Can you find it?  Other secret areas around Zeredathah can be found if you are diligent.










Edited by CodeHunterEx
Change the unavailable items to available so there is no confusion.

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Current status of project:



Creation intro (updated)

Tutorial/starting island

Ship that lets you travel the world

Several places to visit including towns, castle, caves, and a tree maze

A few secret areas to find

Fishing areas around the world

Tree planting around the world


To do:

Add more quests

Add more places to visit

Add ability to read the books of the bible that you find


For now that is how the project is and if I add/remove anything I will update the status again.


Edited by CodeHunterEx

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Another bit of updates added.


Added a little more to the game's introduction.  See images below.


Library for reading the books of the Bible has been added. The main library can be accessed from all churches and the player's house.  When you leave the library you are returned to where you came from.


Started adding in the King James Version for players to read as they find the books.


Changed the font to make adding in the Bible text a bit easier.


That is it for this update.  You can get the download from the first post.  If it isn't working, please notify me.


For those who don't have a login for this forum and would like to contact me, you can contact me at my email address 'codehunterex@gmail.com' and use 'Bible Scout' as the subject, or sign up and join the forum and post a reply.


More coming soon.



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I made a few changes to the Genesis introduction and added some other items as well as made some internal changes.


This will be my last update for a little while.


Many blessings everyone.

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I am back, and I made a few more minor updates.


At the start you now have the option for auto/manual text messages.

Sun and moon added to replace the old sun/moon representations and it is MUCH better.


New challenges added including some books are not found in cities.  You will have to discover what needs to be done to get those books.


Adding trivia into the game.


Thank you goes out to Jacob for his comments on the game and his suggestion for manual text.

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