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Game #4484
Hall of Belated Fame Inductee  Space Quest 0: Replicated    View all Top Dogs in this genreCollection: Amateur Adventures
Interactive Fiction   Graphical IF

Rating: 8.97 (37 votes)

Space Quest 0: Replicated box cover

Space Quest 0: Replicated screenshot
Space Quest 0: Replicated is an excellent fanmade Space Quest game that in my humble opinion is even more fun than The Lost Chapter, another fanmade SQ game reviewed on this site a few years ago. Set in a time before all SQ games, Replicated finds our hero Roger Wilco posted aboard Labion Orbital Station 10, a Class 3 Cloning Facility in space. Similar to Space Quest 1, Roger wakes up from one of his now-famous supply closet naps to find all of his crewmates murdered by someone... or something. Your job, naturally, is to help Roger escape the station and visit Labion to find out what happened.

The game uses Sierra's AGI interpreter, so the feel and gameplay are identical to Space Quest 1 and 2: type in simple sentences like TAKE CARD and OPEN DOOR to interact with the game. Pressing TAB brings up your inventory, and F4 allows a close look at inventory items. The graphics are not as detailed as The Lost Chapter, but as we don't fondly recall early SQ games because of their graphics anyway, that is not important. The parser is also up to par with Sierra's AGI games, and the plot is engaging.

What makes Space Quest 0 much better than your average amateur games is the variety of puzzles, none of which particularly difficult, but all logical and fun to solve. In contrast to the official SQ games, you will even have a chance to combine inventory items to make new ones several times over the adventure. All in all, if you are a Space Quest fan (and if you play adventure games, there's a 99% chance of that), you simply must check out this excellent fan game that remains not only faithful to the spirit of Sierra's classic, but also adds a whole new memorable chapter to the saga of our favorite space janitor. Two thumbs up, way up!

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Jeff Stewart
Developer: Freeware
Publisher: Freeware
Year: 2003
Software Copyright: Jeff Stewart
Theme: Science Fiction, Humorous
None that we know of
System Requirements: Windows XP
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If you like this game, try: Space Quest: The Lost Chapter, URI Quest, New Adventures of Zak McKracken, The

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