One year after the events of Episode I, Captain Pilgrim is once again carrying a shipload of passengers between star systems. This time her guests include a mysterious priestess, a wayward youth and a robotics genius.
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Release Date: Jan 9, 2016

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August 7

Crown Champion: Legends of the Arena now on Steam Greenlight!

From the creators of The Deed, The Deed: Dynasty and the Space Pilgrim Saga comes a fantasy RPG/Management simulator set in the ruthless world of gladiatorial combat.

We stand at the death of an empire.

For three hundred years, the eight cities of the Crownlands have been ruled by the ancient throne of Aldmoor.

Now the northern earls have risen up in revolt, and King Darius has been overthrown and executed by his own council. His former marshall Ademar has seized the throne, while much of the realm has returned to the days of squabbling petty kingdoms.

In chaotic times such as these, it is possible for even a lowly commoner to rise high in the world.

The people cry out for blood and entertainment. The brutal games of the arena provide both in equal measure. Now is your chance to establish a house and train a worthy team of fighting slaves who might someday compete in the grandest of all arenas.

Their glory will be your glory. Before the sun sets on this once-mighty empire, there is still time to carve out a legacy in blood and steel ...


  • Choose your character's appearance, name your House and shape your own backstory through dialogue options over the course of the game.

  • Inherit a dilapidated estate and a couple of fledgling fighters, and then over time develop it into a prestigious academy for your team of fighting slaves. Restore the derelict buildings and hire new staff to serve your needs, from doctors and trainers to cooks and scribes.

  • Develop relationships with whichever fighters you choose to acquire from the slave ship, each of whom comes with a unique personality and background.
  • Oversee your fighters' training and purchase new weapons and armour that fits their class and fighting style.

  • Progress through twelve arenas and dozens of opponents to reach the royal arena in the city of Aldmoor, where your slaves will fight for the glory of the king and queen!

  • And of course, you must have a life outside of the arena. Find a husband or wife to share in your glory. Build stables and start keeping a team of racing horses to bring more money into your household. Become engaged with the turbulent politics of the realm, following a series of 'choice and consequence' based storylines and various side-quests along the way.

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April 10

Space Pilgrim Saga Bundle is now available at 33% off.

Now you complete your collection of Space Pilgrim Saga games at additional 33% off.

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About This Game

One year after the events of Episode I, Captain Pilgrim is once again carrying a shipload of passengers between star systems. This time her guests include a mysterious priestess, a wayward youth and a robotics genius.

Little does she know that this latest journey will set her off on another hazardous adventure, involving a shadowy government organisation known as the Jackals ...


  • In this second episode, continue the adventures of Captain Pilgrim and her cynical co-pilot Sabina White as they are pulled into a fresh web of danger and intrigue, encountering new friends and foes
  • Experience a larger and more expansive story which reveals many new elements of the Space Pilgrim universe
  • Across the four episodes in this saga you will travel to space stations, colonies, cities and islands across an immersive and intricate futuristic universe, interact with dozens of unique characters and enjoy 10+ hours of gameplay (Please note: this purchase is for episode two only)
  • Mouse, keyboard and controller support

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 98/XP/Vista/7/8/10
    • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 Mhz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 1024x768 or better video resolution in High Color mode
    • Storage: 250 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 15
I enjoyed part 2 like part 1. The jokes few jokes are funny and unique. The story is fine, sure nothing special. Graphics could be more detailed but its okay. 3 hours of fun for less than 1 Euro. What a good deal. Only a few more steam acheivements could be and Top Marks really need luck and timing. But i love this small piece of gaming and give it 92 % for good old 2D gamers that like puzzles and little quests. For normal gamers i give 73 %. Thx 4 reading and hopefully enjoy.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 2
Space Pilgrim Episode 2 builds nicely on the first episode, while keeping the humour which I think gives it a real charm. The puzzles are on the easy side, you never have many items in your inventory at once, which makes it fairly simple to work out what to do.
The story is nice and kept me involved throughout, always important in this type of game.
had a couple of minor problems with pathfinding, where the sprite would fail to walk around furniture, but it was no difficulty to adjust to.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 23
Pilgrim II,

Ain't here to review this particular product,
but to review the Space Pilgrim Series.

One of the best I seen so far,
able to capture my attention in following the saga.
Every details, puzzles and informations of the characters and dialogues are flawless in connecting between the lines.
Playing through the four episodes,
I have yet to encounter game ending bugs or disappointments.
Basically could not find anything to complain about.

A short story nonetheless, I enjoyed at the low price I paid for.
Well done to the Dev Team.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 3
Even better than the first episode! It took a little longer to complete. This is a point and click adventure series, so you should start with episode I. See my review of episode I here:

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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
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16 of 16 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 26
I enjoyed playing this.
It's not very long (took maybe 2hrs to finish), but it'a also very cheap.
If u played & liked the 1st Space Pilgim game u'll more than likely like this too. It's set around 1 year after the 1st game, & continues the story of Captain Pilgim on her journey across the galaxy.
As i mentioned earlier, it's quite well written, & has some pretty decent jokes as well.
In my opinion it's more of a Point & Click than a RPG, but i don't think it matters what the genre is as long as it's a good game.

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17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
A year after the Alpha Centauri Incident, Gail Pilgrim is still in the passengers business, though she has Sabina White, the clever scentist that became her co-pilot. Unfortunately, now in Epsilon Indi, she's under the investigation of the J.A.C., the corrupt space police. Between the rebel scientist, the priestess of a strange cult and the young man that want to be a Jackal, Gail and Sabina have to survive the encounter. And what surprise is in stock for them?

This game is the sequel of Space Pilgrim Episode I: Alpha Centauri. So, you bet that you're familiar with the ship. The story is still well-written, with the same humor as before: Gail still in dangerous situation, not really trusting herself, Sabina still logical and in her world and now, on top of that, a young man overconfident with himself, a scientist that is too absorbed in his work and a priestess that makes sense but not really. You still have Galactic Hospital as the sitcom on TV and the cat Zubar, though he's not useful in this opus.

The game is an adventure game made in RPG Maker - so don't expect any leveling or xp or any skill to upgrade. However, the gameplay is still take items, use them, combine them, examine them and discuss with people around (so that you can get more information about everyone). Again, you'll play two characters: Gail in the first two acts and someone else in the last one.

The graphics are correct, though we lost Gail's goggles. Anyway, if you liked the first episode, you'll like this one and like the fact that you will have some other landscapes to walk in. The soundtrack is as usual good and the trick with intercom is still working: activate the music and you'll hear something else than the ambient sounds.

Epsilon Indi is a little longer than the first game, given the fact that you have more to do around.

Anyway, again, the price isn't a factor to prevent yourself to buy it. Go for it!
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17 of 20 people (85%) found this review helpful
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 11
Every new episodes the storyline is getting better. Again, It lacks of background music.
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16 of 19 people (84%) found this review helpful
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 14
Alright, the second episode in Space Pilgrim is done and dusted. I think the story is starting to get even more interesting now. Since you should have played the first game before trying this one out, you should have some idea of what this game will be all about from an aesthetic and gameplay standpoint. In this one, the intrigue continues as you have taken on more passengers and of course, something is not as it seems. Which becomes apparent when a J.A.C. ship boards to search your ship for fugitives. Anyway, I liked this episode better than the first. I will be interested to see where episode 3, not sitting in my library, will take us.

Much like the last, considering the fact that this is an RPG Maker title, I would actually rate this 8 out of 10.
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18 of 24 people (75%) found this review helpful
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 13
"Captain Gale Pilgrim & the Jackals of Space"
Quite funny RPG Maker P&C space adventure in episode two.
Build a mousetrap, hide religious ppl on your ship, resist bravely the interrogations of those Jackals. Why do you even wonder that the ship's AI likes more its programmer than you? As a female captain of the spaceship Pilgrim you are just a better stewardess to all of your problem guests. You'll encounter again many critical moments with a new 3 persons crew. This time you even replay an interplanetary escape with a cyborg and its creator. Highly expecting episode three ...
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SnackBar @infectedLan
2.1 hrs
Posted: September 22
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3.3 hrs
Posted: September 10
Scifi RPGmaker point and click Game. Only buy if you understand this. Its story is descent at best, and the puzzles are alright. Nothing amazing, but worth it if on sale.

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2.6 hrs
Posted: September 3
Like game 1, does not disappoint. Just buy the whole series, it's epic.
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3.0 hrs
Posted: August 30
Episode 2, carrying on from the previous, one year later.

More adventuring, longer, still enjoying the story. This one got me stuck at a part or two, but pretty good.
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Zeno - Gemini Warlord
0.6 hrs
Posted: August 29
Fun and charming. :)
Just like this review which is not actually a real review, just a statement that I find this game fun and charming.

Fun, right? :)
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