The Pilgrim’s Progress Video Game
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From struggling through the Swamp of Despond to doing battle with Apollyon in the Valley of Humiliation, come experience one of the greatest adventures in Christian literature from the classic novel by John Bunyan!
“The Pilgrim’s Progress” is an allegory of a Christian life, starting from the time a person learns of Jesus to the time when they die and reach Heaven (The Celestial City). In the game you take control of Christian as he journeys from his doomed hometown, The City of Destruction, and toward the Celestial City.
The Pilgrim’s Progress was first published in February 1678 and is considered one of the greatest works in English literature. It has been translated into more than 200 languages and has never been out of print.
Key features of the game:
- 21 locations from the novel rendered as beautiful computer generated landscapes.
- A battle system that focuses on spiritual warfare with emphasis on the importance of prayer and God’s blessings.
- Includes many characters and conversations from the novel!
- Includes familiar enemies such as Beelzebub, Apollyon and Giant Despair. Also introduces new foes!
- A rich quest system that lets you help people throughout the game, encouraging players to not just reach the end but to make a difference!
Click here to download the Pilgrims Progress Strategy Guide
Played the demo chapter with my 8 year old son – he really liked it, great lessons along the way, should be played by adults to remind us of the journey!
October 2, 2011 by David Jesze
Thank you I really like the game I know Im 34 but I have learned a lot even though the game is geared for kids it works for adults. I struggle with law over grace too much and the game made me think about a lot of things thank you for taking the time to make it.
September 4, 2013 by Kyle Kooren
I first heard about Bunyan and the book the previous semester when we had to talk about it in our English Literature class, and I fell in love with it instantly. I wrote my final essay on Pilgrim’s Progress as well. My point is that I was very interested in the story, and I have tried to gather as much information about it as possible ever since. I don’t know how I missed the fact that there’s an actual video game, but I’m very glad that I did find out about it eventually. For the record, I had never played video games before, ever, and I couldn’t understand what other people saw in them. But then I found out about your game and I just couldn’t resist- I had to try it. Every second of playing it was a delight, and it made me laugh from happiness, which I really wasn’t expecting. Praying for strength and using blessings during battles? Praying for strength and seeing it actually grow? Well, the same thing happens in real life, we just don’t see the strength bar at our feet, I guess. And it’s so well thought out! I have been telling so many people about it, all of which know how anti-video games I have been all this time. I will tell my professor too, certainly. And the graphics! Sometimes I just stay on one stage just to look at the graphics at the background – they fit the imagery of the book so completely!
In short, you’ve done an excellent job and I’m very grateful for it.
November 12, 2015 by Dita Majore
Operating System: PC
Minimum: 1 Ghz, 1 Gig of RAM
Recommended: 2 Ghz, 2 Gigs of RAM
Download File Size: 280 MB
Artist Profile: Scott Cawton (Texas, USA)
Scott Cawthon, a graduate of the Art Institute of Houston, Texas, is an independent animation producer living in Texas, USA. He is father of two children and has created several independent films, including Noah’s Ark, The Pilgrim’s Progress, A Christmas Journey and the Jesus Kids Club as well as the Pilgrim’s Progress Video game.
For more information visit www.scottgames.com