Force closing game?

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    One of the games that I'm making involves a creepy ending, where the game immediately force closes after viewing the game's credits.

    Is there a way to activate this action using events, or will this need to involve some script call?

    I looked around, but I only got answers in the RPG Maker VX Ace forums. It used this script call:

    SceneManager.exit When I put this into one of my ending events, but during playtesting it pulled up a NameError where "SceneManager" doesn't exist.

    So I know that RPG Maker VX uses something different, so does anyone know how to pull it off?
     
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    $scene = nil
     
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    Thanks! This topic is now resolved.
     
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