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SPACE QUEST II: VOHAUL'S REVENGE



Infamous Adventures is proud to present a remake of Scott Murphy and Mark Crowe's classic 1987 hit, Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge. Remade in the style of Sierra's VGA releases, and using the AGS engine by Chris Jones, IA promises to make an enjoyable point and click remake of Space Quest II. Infamous Adventures is bringing this wonderful classic back to life so that fans can revisit their beloved series in a whole new light.



Heroes come and Heroes go, and our favorite janitor / hero, Roger Wilco, finds that life sucks. Again.

Roger's life has returned to normal after the events in Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter. Transferred to the Xenon Orbital Station 4 and promoted to head (and only) janitor, life is quiet until he is abducted by Sludge Vohaul, the evil mastermind behind the original Sarien attack of the Arcada. As Roger is being transported to the Labion labor mines as punishment for thwarting Vohaul's original plan, the prison ship crash-lands in a nearby jungle upon the planet. Once again, it's up to Roger to save the day, this time by stopping Vohaul's evil plan: to eradicate sentient life from Xenon by launching millions of cloned insurance salesmen at the planet.





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SPACE QUEST II FAQ

Q: Are you adding to the game or is it a straight forward remake?
A: It's a bit of both. The story is the same, but we've fleshed out some parts more and a couple of puzzles have been changed due to the change to point and click interface. But mostly, it's the same great game you always loved.

Q: Is there going to be a voice pack?
A: Hell yeah.

Q: What Roger are you basing your Roger on?
A: Our Roger in Space Quest II will be based on the Roger Wilco from Sierra's Space Quest IV. We think this is the definitive Roger look. So in short, yes he's blonde. Like he should be. And the interface (Icons, Cursors etc) is also based on Space Quest IV as well, but theres a couple of cool changes there too.

Q: Are you adding in Taste and Smell?
A: Of course. They're awesome.