Kyle (writersdream07) wrote,

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Spiritual Warfare.....

Yesterday, I finished playing this old game on an NES emulator.  The game was made by Wisdom Tree.  However, the game wasn't made by them per se. 

Spiritual Warfare is basically a Legend of Zelda hack.  In the game, you play as this boy who is assigned by God to witness to all the people in his city.  In the game, your weapon is the fruit of the spirit: Pears (meekness), Pomegranates (love), Apples (patience), Grapes (joy), and Bananas (faith). 

When hit a person with a fruit, they fall on their knees, pray, and disappear.  Sometimes, demons fly out of the people that get hit with the fruit and you have to hit the demon with fruit to make it disappear. What is left behind are sometimes either doves or hearts.  The doves are Spirit Points (SP) and you use them as currency in the game.

Throughout the game, you need to find the six pieces of the armor of God: The Belt of Truth, the Breastplate of Righteousness, Boots of the Gospel, Helmet of Salvation, Sword of the Spirit, and the Shield of Faith.

There are eleven sectors in the game: Park, Downtown, Airport, Slums, Houses,Warehouses,  Hotels, Shipyard, Beach, Woods, and Prison.  There is actually a twelvth sector that's called the Demon Stronghold, which is the lest area in the game.

Sometimes, when you are chucking fruit at people, an angel appears.  When you touch it, you are given a quiz with five questions from the Bible.  Answering the first four correctly gives you 5 SP a piece.  Answering the fifth one correctly gives you 10 SP and heals two of your hearts.

At the end of the game, you get to battle Satan.

Overall, it was a pretty fun game.  You could say that it's basically "Link goes to Church".  I found it to be the greatest unlicensed game out there.

I will now go and relax.  It's nice not having to work tomorrow.....
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