Table of Contents
Chapter 1 (Sample)
Chapter 2 (Sample)
Computer Bible Games Programming Tutorials
BIBLE GAMES BOOK #3 FOR PC-DOS AND MS-DOS BASIC (E-BOOK EDITION)
COMPUTER BIBLE GAMES BOOK #3
was published as an E-Book by PC Enterprises.
This book is officially out of print.
This E-Book contains the Microsoft MS-DOS QBASIC™ source code for the original Bible Computer Games plus a dozen new games that were developed after COMPUTER BIBLE GAMES - BOOK 2 was published. This BASIC programming book is designed for Christian Middle Schools and Homeschools to teach Microsoft GW-BASIC™, QBASIC™ or Microsoft QuickBASIC™ programming. The Bible Computer Games developed by the student in this course can be played by other family members between the ages of 5 and 14.
Author: P. Conrod (Philip Conrod)
Computer Bible Games Included in Book 3:
THE ORIGINAL BIBLE COMPUTER GAMES: Scramble Games, Memory Verse Games, The Quail Game, Moses' Rod, Noah's Ark, The Church Growth Game, Heavenly Mansions, The Exodus Game, Manna from Heaven, The Rapture Game, and Daniel & the Lions Den.
NEW COMPUTER BIBLE GAMES: The Lost Coin Game, Elijah and The Ravens, David and the Giants, Journey of the Wise Men, The Sermon on the Mount, The Sheep and the Goats, The Good Shepherd, Paul & the Jailor, The Prodical Son Game, Old Testament Books I & II, New Testament Books I & II, Bible Books I & II, Bible Who is it, Where is it, and What is it, Bible BAGELS and Bible TOE-TAC-TIC.
MICROSOFT BASIC INTERPRETERS FOR MS-DOS
Microsoft bundled a free version of GW-BASIC™ with all versions of MS-DOS prior to MS-DOS 5.0 starting with MS-DOS 1.0 in 1983. The source code included in Bible Computer Games Book #3 is designed for Microsoft QBASIC™. QBASIC™ was bundled with MS-DOS 5.x, 6.x, Windows 95/98/ME, and Windows NT 3.x/4.x. The major differences between GW-BASIC™ and QBASIC™ are outlined in this Microsoft Support article.
MICROSOFT BASIC COMPILER FOR MS-DOS
The Microsoft QuickBASIC™ Compiler v4.5 was the last release of the QuickBASIC™ Compiler in 1988. QuickBASIC™ was published by Microsoft between 1985 and 1988. The Microsoft Basic Professional Development Systems (PDS)™ continued until version 7.1 which was released in October of 1991. Visual Basic 1.0 for DOS™ was released in 1991 to help developers transition to the new Microsoft Windows development environment.
To download the latest Bible Computer Games shareware applications which were compiled using Microsoft QuickBASIC 4.5, click "here".