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1. Posted: Sat 3rd Oct 2009 19:10 BST
I've beaten every game in the Space Quest series, twice! I absolutely love the SQ series. It's sad that the hostile takeover killed the genre. My favorites are the VGA games. I wish they could at least release Space Quest VII: the Return to Roman Numerals.
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2. Posted: Sat 3rd Oct 2009 19:19 BST
Space Quest was one of the games that got me into gaming. And writing. They were my favorite adventure games at the time...to heck with all you Monkey Island heads.
They were all great, though I do remember being disappointed somewhat by 6. Can't complain too much, though. Sierra adventure games were some of the best things ever.
3. Posted: Sat 3rd Oct 2009 21:42 BST
I too was a Space Questian
And a Kings questerAnd a Gold Rusher
Space Quest I is probably the best of them.....sigh......
Astro Chicken, so ahead of its time.
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4. Posted: Sat 3rd Oct 2009 21:43 BST
Oh yeah - go on that whatever site and play Peasants Quest - the guys who made strong bad, whatever they are called.....
5. Posted: Sat 3rd Oct 2009 23:04 BST
I too was a Space QuestianAnd a Kings questerAnd a Gold Rusher
Not a Police quester or a Jet setter? Shame on you.
6. Posted: Sun 4th Oct 2009 00:10 BST
@orlick: that would be The Brothers Chaps, creators of Homestar Runner (homestarruner.com).
I tried Police Quest once. All I remember is being able to ride two motorcycles.
I also played Torin's Passage, which had a built in hint system (which I abused, LOL). I got pretty far in The Dig, but got stuck after Brink disappeared. I've beaten KQ V-VII more than once, and KQ1 once. I also played Freddy Pharkas until I got to the snails.