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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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 ...

Features:

  • 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

    Minimum:
    • 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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scryptian
( 2.8 hrs on record )
Posted: July 23
Improves upon the first game, though works well as a stand alone product. The narrative is stronger than the first, with the character development of Sabina and Gail working well. The scattered references to the first game were a nice touch, and once again the humour remains a strong part of the dialouge.
For the price, it's well worth giving it a go. Again, immediately bought the third game following it's completion. Looking forward to see which direction the story heads in.
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RΞΛPΞR
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
:))) REALLY GOD
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Schlck72
( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
With part 2, the adventure really takes off. This is still a shorter episodic experiance, but part 2 is a little longer. The story starts to pick up a little as we explore more of the world we saw in part 1.
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Howl23
( 3.1 hrs on record )
Posted: July 20
Great game, longer than the first, but not by much. Fun nonetheless. I personally still wish the game would open in fullscreen than in a windowed box but again thats a personal thing and doens't take away from the overall gameplay. Mechanics wise it's the same as the first. Fewer puzzles in my opinion, instead this installment focuses more on the story. I'm glad that Sabina is in it. GailxSabina for the win. The humour is great, more jokes than the first and better jokes in my opinion.
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Ekima
( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 18
An excellent follow-up to the first installment of the series, this is as much worth playing as the first. Continuing in the footsteps of our captain and her... brilliant companion, troubles are afoot once more. This little gem is worth every penny, and I have been thoroughly pleased with these games so far.
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badhairqueen
( 5.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 17
A fun, bite-sized 1-hour gem
The Space Pilgrim saga continues. As with the 1st episode, this one is self-contained, meaning that you don't have to play the episodes before or after to enjoy the gaming experience. But it certainly helps if you've completed Episode I first, as some elements of the story in this episode refer back to it.

The Good
- Ambience, setting, sound, immersion
- Play as 2 different characters
- More adventure game obstacles to solve compared to Episode I
- Some puzzles were not bad
- Fun achievements
- Story, pacing and narration keep you interested
- A good number of objects & environments to interact with & explore
- Slightly longer in length compared to Episode I

The Bad
- Having to go through the same tedious 3-step process each time with the airlock is a pain and time-waster
- Flawed grammar in a few areas

Conclusion
Fun to play no doubt, but much like Episode I, is quite short. Worth a buy when on sale. The story continues in Episode III, but Episode II does have a proper ending so you can always stop after this game.
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aquatorrent
( 3.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 8
My playtime: 01:34:04 (based on internal clock)

Intro
Space Pilgrim Episode II: Epsilon Indi is an adventure game about fugitives who disguised themselves as a passanger in a spaceship and the ones who chase them. Like the first episode (if you played it before), this game will mostly made you to interact with objects and read the story.

Graphics
The sprites used are almost the same with the first episode with a few addition for other map with a different UI color. As i mentioned in the first episode review, the sprites and UI are used beautifully.

Music
The music describe the outer space perfectly, with its almost-nothing sound. The SFX is also used appropriately.

Story
This game happens around one year after the first episode. Unlike the title name, this episode has a standalone story from the first one, although there are some references. Like the first episode, this story is very short and well thought. Unlike the first episode, this episode ending doesn't wrap the story; there are some room for questions and mysteries for episode 3 and the story will be continued in that episode.

The game
As i said before, you'll mostly interact with objects and read the story. Although you might stuck at some point, all you have to do is just press your action button on all things you can find in order to advance through the story.

Pros:
- Short and well thought story

Cons:
- You need to move around a lot and a long walk could be wasting time and boring

Conclusion
This is a short RPG Maker game about fugitives who disguised themselves as a passanger in a spaceship and the one who chases them.

Should you buy this game?
Yes.
If you love to buy RPG Maker game, this one is a must. If you love the first episode, you better buy this game. However, if you are the type who think twice before buying RPG Maker game, because of its length, you might want to skip it or buy it when it's on sale.
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Fleur de Skinny
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 8
If you liked the first episode you'll like this one, too. Short but very nice story.
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berzha101
( 1.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 7
Space Pilgrim Episode II is just like Episode I in that it is short and a story driven game.

There is nothing too much to review as this game is very similar to the first game and is a sequel. The story continues where the last one left off a bit and new conflict arises. In the game you will need to perform basic actions and have certain combinations to advance through the story and do stuff. Same as with the first Episode, Space Pilgrim Episode II puts a lot of detail into the descriptions of minor little things. Likewise with Episode I, the game has a set of achievements that are not impossible to obtain if you are a explore every little thing kind of person.

One thing I did get annoyed at was that sometimes I would unwillingly press a dialogue option again because I was mashing buttons to move foward. At one point I literally hit the same annoying dialogue option like 5 times in a row even though I didnt want to. Finally, the only other thing that I found not as appealing is that there is no default music and if you turn the music on through the device, its the same as last time and gets old pretty fast.

Overall, good game and worth the play especially if you are going through this as a series. I would strongly recommend you play the first Episode if you want to play this though. But all of the episodes are cheap and if you get it on sale, its REALLY cheap.

Rating: 6.9/10
Recommend Price: $0.49 or under
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Itohiro
( 4.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 5
This is just a visual novel. Nothing exciting about it, just a story where you have stop reading to find some items before getting to the point.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 2
Space Pilgrim Episode II felt a little longer than Episode I and has as many great jokes and hilarious moments. Although a very simple game, created with RPG Maker, it's astonishing how much fun this game is and how it easily beats more expensive and better looking adventure games. Dialogues and story are very funny. The playing time is only four hours but I enjoyed every moment.
A lovely little point and click adventure which, by the way, plays great with the Steam Controller.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 17
A fun, bite-sized 1-hour gem
The Space Pilgrim saga continues. As with the 1st episode, this one is self-contained, meaning that you don't have to play the episodes before or after to enjoy the gaming experience. But it certainly helps if you've completed Episode I first, as some elements of the story in this episode refer back to it.

The Good
- Ambience, setting, sound, immersion
- Play as 2 different characters
- More adventure game obstacles to solve compared to Episode I
- Some puzzles were not bad
- Fun achievements
- Story, pacing and narration keep you interested
- A good number of objects & environments to interact with & explore
- Slightly longer in length compared to Episode I

The Bad
- Having to go through the same tedious 3-step process each time with the airlock is a pain and time-waster
- Flawed grammar in a few areas

Conclusion
Fun to play no doubt, but much like Episode I, is quite short. Worth a buy when on sale. The story continues in Episode III, but Episode II does have a proper ending so you can always stop after this game.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 7
Space Pilgrim Episode II is just like Episode I in that it is short and a story driven game.

There is nothing too much to review as this game is very similar to the first game and is a sequel. The story continues where the last one left off a bit and new conflict arises. In the game you will need to perform basic actions and have certain combinations to advance through the story and do stuff. Same as with the first Episode, Space Pilgrim Episode II puts a lot of detail into the descriptions of minor little things. Likewise with Episode I, the game has a set of achievements that are not impossible to obtain if you are a explore every little thing kind of person.

One thing I did get annoyed at was that sometimes I would unwillingly press a dialogue option again because I was mashing buttons to move foward. At one point I literally hit the same annoying dialogue option like 5 times in a row even though I didnt want to. Finally, the only other thing that I found not as appealing is that there is no default music and if you turn the music on through the device, its the same as last time and gets old pretty fast.

Overall, good game and worth the play especially if you are going through this as a series. I would strongly recommend you play the first Episode if you want to play this though. But all of the episodes are cheap and if you get it on sale, its REALLY cheap.

Rating: 6.9/10
Recommend Price: $0.49 or under
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
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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15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
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
Recommended
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
Recommended
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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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 9
Captain Gail Pilgrim is great and all... but that Sabina White. She is the real star. So sassy. Glad to see she stuck around for episode two.
; (

:SPOILER:
That little humanoid Emet is kind of creepy, but hopefully in episode 3 he will smash on the princess.

Great story.
5/7

In all seriousness, This game is extremely simple and straightforward. It is a quick game to finish. about 1-2 hours. (not including letting it run to get the card drops)
Episode 2 is a little bit more challenging than episode 1, which is a nice change of pace.(episode 1 was too easy imo-still enjoyed the story) But even still, the game is not very difficult.

Id be more curious to learn more about the universe this story takes place in. I hope episode 3 (if there is one?) gives a little more clarity ion this. Maybe to include some more indepth history between J.A.C and the rebels?

Honestly, do not expect too much. But for the price, this is a solid little indie game.
-Enjoyable..for the most part. ♥♥♥♥ those three droids!
-Easy achievements.
-Cheap price.
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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Recommended
7.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 9
Space Pilgrim Episode Two: Epsilon Indi

If you like Firefly at all then you may just love this RPG Maker style game where you interact with items to play out episodic style narratives, with a few small puzzles involving item mixing and of course, a few laughs now and then.

Episode 2 features the nice mechanics and gameplay mentioned in my Episode One review

Added on are a few extra features, game mechanics and ways to play.
There is also more content and play time than the first episode, which was more of an introductory 'chapter.'
There are more items, interactions, rooms/game cells and the puzzles require slightly more brain power, giving about 90-120 minutes gameplay. Possibly more if some puzzles do puzzle you.
There is slightly more mix of re-entering old rooms in this episode however, and I found myself wandering back and forth quite a few times looking for certain items, or when characters gave me instructions that were not clear enough about what computer to use etc.
For that small amount of repetitive walking I did, I am thankful for the mouse support.
About 99% of the pathing by clicking is really well done, especially in the suit on the space walk, which was really cool , and my character only messed up their pathing twice clicking across long cells, which is really awesome work to program the character to do that.

The characters are still boringly cliche, such as another priest/nun religious character, generic group of soldiers with one female added in, hardcore sergeant, immoral G-men/women running 'round with gloves of blue and not mysterious briefcases this time and a Kryten... ah, android, , but what is not cliche these days?

The animation tiles in this game series look atmospheric to a tee.
I especially love seeing the ship in space, and the space walk looked great showing the ships hull, as did the ground sections on the planet, especially the cliffs/fence when you walk into the courtyard near the bin.

As another journey on the passenger and cargo starship Quicksilver comes to an end and the familiar music comes on whilst the credits start to roll I am left with an excited smile to see what happens on the next episode of Space Pilgrim!

Thanks again, and I anticipate when this series ends I will certainly be feeling the all too familiar, "Firefly got cancelled," and, "If only they had made a few more episodes," set of feels. This is, after all, the only set of RPG Maker games/episodes I have purchased and probably will ever purchase.

Enjoy the game you smegheads.

- Nerf
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 11
You'll once again be controlling space captain Gail Pilgrim as she's ferrying passengers between planets: once again things'll go from mundane to exciting as you find more about the identity of one of your passengers.
Just like the first game you'll find a decent story backed up by simple puzzles in an adventure you can finish in one sitting.

PROS:

-a basic yet decent story that can get pretty dark at times

-while pretty subdued, the soundtrack is quite nice when it's there

NEUTRAL:

-pretty basic puzzles

CONS:

-linear and can be completed in an hour and a half

-still not much character growth

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Epsilon Indi doesn't stray too far from its predecessor and is a quite simple and short game, that's not to say it's a bad one though. The story is pretty basic and straightforward, the narrative is quite plain so don't expect too many twists: I must say the game once again isn't afraid to show violence and keeps you on edge on what might happen to the characters involved.

Puzzles are quite simple as long as you remember to search for items everywhere and then combine them when needed, again it's nothing extraordinary but it works well enough.

Overall the game made less of a lasting impression on me storywise when compared to Alpha Centauri but it's still a decent purchase for 1$ and I'm curious to see how things'll go next.
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