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Release Date 8 Jan 2001
Release Type Freeware
Content Advisory None | None | None
Operating System Windows
Game Genre Sci-Fi
Game Type Investigative
Story Type Original
Play Length Short Game (can be completed within 30 minutes)
Language English
Graphics 3, 2
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AGS Awards 2001 Nominations

AGS Awards 2001 Nominations

Best Dialogue Scripting in an AGS Game
Best Player Character in an AGS Game
Best Supporting Character in an AGS Game

AGS Panel Rating

Early Yahtzee that's showing it's age. Fun, but very rough around the edges. Game uses dos-based engine. Compatibility issues may arise on newer systems. Recommend use of VDMSound, available from http://sourceforge.net/projects/vdmsound/, or similar.

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A chip shop worker from England has been selected from millions of bored but adventurous people to become an intergalactic hero. The first proper game to be made with AGS 2.

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By Saga on 24 May 2013
Too short, but pleasant to play through. For something this old, and drawn in Paint, it definitely deserves some praise. The writing is also above average. Not too keen on the choice of music, though.

By CapCase on 27 Jan 2007
I found this short game to be entertaining. The puzzles were pretty good though I was stumped for a bit when I failed to check something twice. I feel the best part of this game is the humor. Definitely worth playing.

By Quinny on 19 Mar 2004
Great game! Very concise. I love the intro and the rather short game play. Music is awesome. A very good stepping stone to the later Rob Blanc games.

By Lord Loco on 26 Jan 2003
Brilliant! Rob Blanc is really someone you can relate to (If you're an English chip shop worker who becomes the defender of the universe with a sidekick called Paul).

By Barcik on 10 Nov 2002
A nice little game with good jokes, but too short unfortuantely. And of course... the one that has kicked off the Rob Blanc Saga!!!!!11111!!!

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