Erleben Sie diesen Klassiker wieder, jetzt in einer Kollektion. Roger Wilco, ein Reinigungsfachmann auf der Weltraumforschungsstation Arcada, erwacht aus einem Nickerchen, nur um zu entdecken, dass Weltraumpiraten die gesamte Mannschaft umgebracht haben.
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Veröffentlichung: 1. Sep. 2006

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  • Roger Wilco, ein Reinigungsfachmann auf der Weltraumforschungsstation Arcada, erwacht aus einem Nickerchen, nur um zu entdecken, dass Weltraumpiraten die gesamte Mannschaft umgebracht haben. Roger muss The Sarien Encounter überstehen, bevor die Eindringlinge Arcadas Sternengenerator gegen seinen Heimatplaneten Xenon richten können.
  • Als anerkannter Held und Gewinner des Golden Mops kann sich Roger Wilco an seiner Beförderung zum Leiter der Reinigungsmannschaft nur kurz erfreuen, bevor er von den schrecklichen Sludge Vohaul entführt wird. Wird Roger dem gefährlichen Labion Terror Beast und in Vohaul's Revenge überleben?
  • NAch einer weiteren knappen Flucht befindet sich unser Held auf dem Planeten Phleebhut, wo Arnoid the Annihilator einige Schulden mit Roger begleichen möchte. In der Zwischenzeit haben der dunkle CEO von ScumSoft und The Pirates of Pestulon die Zwei Jungs von Andromeda entführt, und Superreiniger Roger Wilco belibt ihre einzige Hoffnung.
  • Ein wiedergeborener Sludge Vohaul sendet seine Häscher, um endgültig Rache zu üben. Roger Wilco und die Time Rippers mussen durch das All reisen und in der Zukunft Roger Jr. und Xenon retten.
  • Roger Wilco, Kapitän der SCS Eureka Müllkolonne und Absolvent der StarCon Akademie begegnet in The Next Mutation seinem kommandierenden Offizier, Kapitän Quirk, der seinerseits versucht die StarConfederacy zu zerstören.
  • Noch einmal muss Roger Wilco seinen Reinigungspflichten nachkommen, nachdem er wegen Unstimmigkeiten bei der Rettung des Universums verurteilt wurde. Wilco muss Corpsman Santiago retten und zur Spinal Frontier aufbrechen.


    • Betriebssystem: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP
    • Prozessor: Pentium® III 800 MHz Prozessor oder vergleichbar Athlon™ Prozessor
    • Speicher: 128 MB RAM
    • Grafik: Microsoft® Windows® kompatible Grafikkarte
    • Festplatte: 815 MB frei
    • Sound: Microsoft® Windows® kompatible Soundkarte
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17 von 18 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Juni
Space Quest is an excellent adventure game series that is a recognized classic. While it's not consistent throughout the series (mostly SQ VI, which isn't bad, but isn't great, either), the highpoints are tremendous. My favorite is easily SQ IV, but SQ I-III are also fantastic with the same sort of humor (I haven't played SQ V enough to rule on it).

It's important to mention that this collection is missing the original version of Space Quest I, which is an EGA version with a parser instead of point & click. I personally missed it since I have nostalgic memories of playing it. It's also important to note that this collection has compatibility issues. There is a simple fix, though. Just search for "Space Quest Collection DOSBox Update (SQCollectionDBUpdate)", install it, and you'll be set. You can also get the GOG version which has the original version of SQ I instead of the point & click remake.
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54.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. August
Essential must-have game for the Point & Click adventure fans out there.

The story, the puzzles is good enough to entertain and mindblowing you.

>save often,
>explore environment thoroughly,
>learn something,

and don't look for any hints. (Well except for some puzzle that need the official game manual)
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6 von 7 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. Juni
These were games from my early childhood to peuberty and some of the damn finest at developing young minds with problem solving skills. Total classics and must be experienced at any age level if you haven't before.
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Verfasst: 13. Oktober
Space Quest Collection on Steam is a digital rerelease of collection from 2006. It had 6 main Space Quest games in it, brutal comedy Sierra adventure games that have excellent humor but you probably should use walkthrough and many saves. Spans from 1986 to 1995, so you will see a bit of evolution here. But it's not complete compilation.

It doesn't have the original EGA version of the first Space Quest, only VGA remake version. And Space Quest 4 that is included here is a CD version. It also comes with shortened manual of SQ1 to SQ6 which is important as some of them have copy protection that requires reading manual. If forget that it doesn't include the second manual "Popular Janitronics" for SQ6 that contained important instructions for in-game puzzle. Just Google it out.
It was 2006 collection, so it doesn't come with any Space Quest extras, like game that includes every mini-game from the series. No development video. No other fun videos. No cheaply done CGI teaser of Space Quest 7, you will have to YouTube it all out. Oh, and search for Space Quest 3 Promo while at it, it's a good fun.

Instead this collection's main catch was that it was supposed to work perfectly on Windows XP. By licensing DosBox. Which is outdated by now and not configured properly.
Maybe I could write a lot on technical info of how bad this is, but you know what. Just check Steam Guides and find the one that links you to fan update for this DosBoxed collection. Even though you will not be able to launch games straight from your Steam, your life will be easier.

As for games themselves, those are mostly credited as being job of Two Guys from Andromeda from Sierra, will have you follow Roget Wilco, a janitor and idiot who is clearly not a responsible adult. And he has dumb luck. And series had one great humor to it, coming from announcer and death messages. Yep, lots of death scenes in this one. Not to mention that games were generally good for Sierra games, with nice world and nice puzzles here and there. But it's Sierra games which means that it aged. I mean, it's fun to have death scenes, but having dead ends because you forgot item around hour ago is a big no-no for me. So eh. I just used walkthrough in this one.
Still more fun and safer than King Quest though. Hm, collection of that one went off Steam recently though. Anyway, off to drop quick comments on each game.

Space Quest 1 VGA:
A pretty short adventure on very few locations with no ability to backtrack. In this one you will have to rescue Star Generator from hands of aliens race. Well, this one is VGA remake from Space Quest 4 era. Sierra tried to remake a few of first games of their Quest series. Yes, it has dead ends. At least it helps that you have icon interface instead of text parser. Remake even has cheat-device to make annoying gambling part impossible to lose. Yes, original included machine on which you had to gamble and try to get a certain amount of money.
And hey, humor is there. And death messages humor. And somewhat gory deaths occasionally.
Don't forget about copy protection in manual. And don't forget to pull catridge back after you use it in the middle of a game.
Also, it has strange bug with speed setting. It doesn't affect everything in the game. You have to crank it up to be able to overrun walking droid mine in desert area.
Oh, and there are 3-issue comics that were made by Malibu, I think. Can be worth to track those down. No, it's not in-game thing.

Space Quest 2:
Came out in 1987, this one will show you the meaning of retro adventure, with parser command and walking with arrows. Actually, it will show you all the bad about them too. No regret of using walkthrough. It has dead ends, deaths, having to navigate through maze with pixel-accuaricy or die, having to guess with no big hints what to do, obscure puzzles, tedious walking, barely any characters, boring locations and huge maze where you can see small area around your character, oh my. Oh well, death messages are there. And you are now stopping a new villian, Sludge Vohaul. Stopping him from ending civilization by sending salemans. Yep, it got a bit less serious.

Space Quest 3:
Came out in 1989, was one of the first games to use Sierra's new engine that at this state allowed dumb straight movement by mouse, had a lot of cool effects for EGA game and was one of the first games on PC to use soundcard, with nice music here and there. The thing about this one is that it feels a bit like developers were running out of inspirations and just decided to do straight jokes. I mean, you can read easily from manual that you are supposed to save two personas of two main developers from evil ScumSoft corporation. Well, less Space, more jokes.
From one point it has some interesting setting and stuff, like getting chased by Arnoid. Or having to play horrible arcade game. But then you are also often left wandering around aimlessly at some point of a game.
It also has most gory deaths in series. I couldn't giggle at message because I was feeling too squishy.
That, and I would have never figured out to grab something that is few times bigger than main hero and isn't even visible in the current screen.

Space Quest 4:
It's time to be Time Ripper and kick butt of Sequel Police. Wait, you should be afraid of them actually. Anyway, this is beautiful VGA game now and has icon interface. Came out in 1991. Ask any fan, and they point at this part as their favourite. Though in this case, for every good thing, there is a bad thing somewhere else in the game. Still, most important thing, humor is at the peak there, alright. Actually, since it's CD version, you will be able to hear speech. And that announcer has one awesome announcer. Even "don't touch it!" will make you smile. Though they say that CD has slightly worse graphics than floppy, less animation, they say.
Sadly, it has painful parts. Not sure about dead ends now, there may be some. In one case, you are punished in the beggining at some point because you took one item some time ago. I know that announcer keeps warning how bad this item is, but we are potty-trained to grab everything. Also, Skate-O-Rama. Save tons of times and try to move in zero gravity in such way that police will miss you. Good luck.

Space Quest 5:
A little more on parody of Star Trek, this one was given to Dynamix to make and release it in 1993. It was floppy only release, so no speeches this time. And oh my, this one steps up in adventure games design. I am still not sure about dead ends, but this one has interesting narrative, that will actually make you interested to go into various place and progress in the game all time, as you command fleet and stop mutation. Humor is still there, althrough not as extreme. That first puzzle feltd hiralious for me. Old comics style is awesome.
Just don't forget to look into manual for coordinates.
You know, I actually could recommend it to modern gamer and almost regretted using walkthrough... Until I got to the maze part.
Dammit Wilco, you dummy-butt, you was so close at being best!
Oh well, you are just a janitor.

Space Quest 6:
Released in 1995, this one was done almost without original developers. Which means that a lot of puzzles had no needed hints and were obscure. That, and art style will turn off many people, looking like high-animated Microsoft Paint characters drawn on top of early CGI. And you would start in the dark ugly area with no directions and not much interesting parts. And try to solve obscure puzzle where you really should know what to do to begin with.
Ehh, it's not awesome. Get a bit better and a bit worse.
Actually, it has a glitch at tape worm screen near the end of game. Have to disable scrolling in options there. Vertical scrolling messes up.
Don't forget to find "Popular Janitronics" manual for puzzle.
It also had demo version that has different plot. Can be worth to check out.

Anyway, use walkthrough, but play these.
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11 von 11 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Mai 2014
Hrm, ich bin ein grosser Fan der SpaceQuest Serie, hatte die meisten damals im Original. Leider funktioniert das System dosbox/steam ganz einfach nicht optimal. Auch wenn ich die Dosbox per F-Tasten ansteuere und versuche alles zu optimieren was Geschwindigkeit angeht, haben die meisten Versionen dieser Serie Farbfehler und teilweise ruckeln sie recht stark. Schade, haette es gerne nochmal gesehen in einer vernuenftigen Ausfuehrung.

Die schlechte Wertung geht nicht an das Spiel selbst, sondern an das was Steam daraus gemacht hat. Sehr unschoen. Wer es zum laufen kriegt soll wissen, dass es dann einen DAUMEN HOCH gibt!
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