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Topic: Game: Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge Available for Free
In Space Quest II, even janitors can be heroes, and even heroes can be janitors. In Roger Wilco's case, he's both. Again. Infamous Adventures released the remake of Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge for the PC, tapping one of the 80's classic adventure games. Currently it is only available for the PC, but a Mac port will be coming soon.
In Space Quest II, Roger's life is back to normal after Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter, in this case he is promoted to head janitor. His life changes (once again) when Sludge Vohaul, the evil villian behind the original Sarien attack of the Arcada, captures him and sends him to the Labio labor mines as punishment for thwarting his plans. Roger lucks out when the prison ship crashes in a nearby jungle on the planet, which is convienently where his new adventure begins. His new goal is to stop Vohaul's plan of releasing millions of cloned insurance salesman to eliminate life on the planet Xenon, a goal that is sure put him through various dangerous obstacles that will more than likely end his life. Good thing for saves!
Some of the new features for the remake of Space Quest II:
Over 4000 lines of spoken dialogue
All backgruonds have been redrawn to match the style of later games in the series
Enchanced close-up cut-scenes and dialogue pictures help immerse players
Original music by professional music composer
Re-experience the adventure with a stunning new interface (no more typing!)
New world for those who have never played the original
For more information and to grab the game, click here for the official page at Infamous Adventures: LINK
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