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Release Date 8 Jan 2001
Release Type Freeware
Content Advisory Occasional, mild | None | None
Operating System Windows
Game Genre Sci-Fi
Game Type Investigative
Story Type Original
Play Length Medium Length Game
Language English
Graphics 3, 2
Downloaded 14,185 times

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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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About

Rob is ready to take his new ship and begin his crusade. However, the High Ones insist he take a short holiday on Earth for a month, just to say goodbye. Not because they care for his feelings, but because they haven't actually built the ship yet.

Yahtzee Creator

Mods Theme tune
11-11-11 Design, code, testing
Adventures of Fatman, The Music.
Downfall (2016) Executive producer
Games Galore! DEMO Design & coding
Indiana Jones™ and the Fountain of Youth DEMO Music
Indiana Jones™ and the Fountain of Youth ROLLING DEMO Editing & music
Indiana Jones™ and the Passage of Saints Writer & in-game music
Indiana Jones™ and the Temple of Spheres Music
IWWHIIWWHITOMIROTPG: The Game! Music
Larry Vales II: Dead Girls are Easy Theme tune
Larry Vales III: Time Heals All 'Burns DEMO Unfinished music
Lost In Paradise DEMO Everything
Murphy's Salvage Music
Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! Music / Beta Testing
Night of the Testicle Design, code, music, art
Patchwork Testing
Perils Of Poom Music
Rob Blanc I - Better Days of a Defender of the Universe Theme tune
Rob Blanc III - The Temporal Terrorists Theme tune
Santa Claus Down Design, code & music
Tales Publishing, additional coding and Voice Casting
The Apotheosis Project Executive producer
The Art of Theft Music
The Cat Lady Producer, voice casting
The Cat Lady DEMO Screen 7
The Lone Planet Music
The Samaritan Paradox Exec producer
The Vestibule (demo) Music and Website
The Visitor Testing and proofreader
The Visitor 2 Screen7
Time Stone Music
Wallard and Gromoid IN A Planned Day Out In no way affiliated with this franchise

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By Saga on 25 May 2013
"Decent" and "Average" are words that describe pretty much everything in this game, with the exception of the Music which still is the weakest link in the Rob Blanc series.

That said, I felt this title was inferior to the prequel in every possible way. Even the ending was far more disappointing than the one in the first game.

It's currently considered a "medium" game, but I finished it in around 20 minutes, so that's definitely "short".

By CapCase on 27 Jan 2007
Not as good, in my opinion, as the other two Rob Blanc games but still worth playing. The graphics are fair. The puzzles are decent. The two player characters are interesting. The other characters aren't. The story could be better. The humor is good. I feel that the humor alone makes the game worth playing.

By Quinny on 19 Mar 2004
This game was good, but I like the other two Rob Blanc games more. I don't know why, maybe it was just the pale people. Anyway this game is still worth playing as it is fun and contains that good Rob Blanc humour.

By Barcik on 10 Nov 2002
Very fun game, one of the besy way to pass an hour or two.

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