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name=The 13th Disciple|
name=The 13th Disciple|
         image=[[Image:AGIWiki_Disciple1d.png]]|
         image=[[Image:AGIWiki_Disciple1d.png]]|
release=2002|
release=October 24, 2002|
versions=1.00|
versions=1.01|
alternateNames=13th Disciple|
alternateNames=13th Disciple|
developer=[[AGIWiki/Royal Software|Royal Software]]|
developer=[[AGIWiki/Royal Software|Royal Software]]|
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'''The 13th Disciple''' is a freeware fan-created game that uses Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter ([[AGI]]) engine.  The game is a murder mystery, in which the protogonist must uncover the truth behind the disappearance of eight women from a college high school in Boston, Massachusetts.
'''The 13th Disciple''' is a freeware fan-created game that uses Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter ([[AGI]]) engine.  The game is a murder mystery, in which the protogonist must uncover the truth behind the disappearance of eight women from a college high school in Boston, Massachusetts.


===Status===
===Information===
It is playable in ScummVM, however due to a bug, you must type "talk to Dean" immediately after you enter the Dean's office, or else the characters will become stuck, and the game can not be continued.  This only works if you enter the door while facing to the right.  This causes the player character to walk northeast into the wall, bypassing the bug.  If you do this correctly, the game will play fine from that point.
There was a nasty bug present in version 1.00 in which one had to type "talk to Dean" immediately after one entered the Dean's office, or else the characters would become stuck which led the game to become unplayable.


===Resources===
===Resources===
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