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Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and The Time Rippers
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Series Steam Train
Console PC
Episodes 19
Playlist Danny shows Ross his point-and-click adventure skills in Space Quest IV!
Run June 30, 2013 - August 16, 2013
Status Complete
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Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and The Time Rippers is the third series played by Steam Train, and is played fully by Danny, apart from Ross writing their save names. 

Episodes Edit

  1. A Quest in Space
  2. Point and Click
  3. Exploratory Inventory
  4. Deadly, Deadly Slime
  5. Write This Down
  6. Latex Babes of Estros
  7. Space Mall
  8. The Distant Sputure
  9. Burgers for Everyone
  10. Dress to Impress
  11. Ms. Astro Chicken
  12. The Great Frustrating Chase
  13. Back in Time
  14. Tunnel of Love
  15. Electronic Hums
  16. Hertz So Good
  17. Hack into the Mainframe
  18. Super Duper Computer
  19. Finale

Game information Edit

Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and The Time Rippers was released on floppy disks on March 4, 1991, and released on CD-ROM in December 1992 with full speech support and featuring Laugh-In announcer Gary Owens as the voice of the narrator. It featured 256-color hand painted graphics and a fully mouse-driven interface. It was one of the first games to use motion capture animation. The game cost over US$1,000,000 to produce and sold more than its three predecessors combined.

In contrast to the first three games, Space Quest IV uses a point-and-click interface. The actions are "look", "talk", "walk to", "do", "taste", and "smell". In this installment, Roger embarks on a time-travel adventure through Space Quest games both past and future. An infomorph of reborn Sludge Vohaul from Space Quest XII: Vohaul's Revenge II chases Roger through time in an attempt to finally kill him. Roger also visits Space Quest X: Latex Babes of Estros (whose title is a parody of Infocom's game Leather Goddesses of Phobos) and Space Quest I; in the latter, the graphics and music revert to the style of the original game and Roger is threatened by a group of monochromatic bikers who consider Roger's 256 colors pretentious. None of the gameplay takes place in Space Quest IV. In fact, the "actual" Space Quest IV is only seen briefly in the introduction.

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TriviaEdit

  • Danny and Ross have revealed that they bought Space Quest IV through gog.com, not Steam.
  • The names of the saved games are as follows:
    • is rly good
    • is even better
    • is a rly good situation we're in
    • is having a good time lets goooooo
    • is really dangerous to talk right
      • (Ross ran out of space before being able to append now)
    • is a really slippery situation
    • is douchey guy time
    • is a babe party
    • mall atm
    • is realy bad ruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun
    • is a close goal lets gooooooo!
    • is a good job nice job
    • is a nice and safe
    • is hot and desert
    • is a good day
    • jus lik the shaaaaft
    • shut up ross i hate you
      • (This one was saved by Danny, not Ross, who was preoccupied with reading The Beej.)
    • oppertunee jummp
    • robits chassin super duper
    • fleshing brian
    • save the disk save the world


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