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Pledge Quest II: Noodle Shop of Horrors

by Akril

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File size: 1.1 MB
Downloaded: 844 times
Graphics: 320x200, 32-bit color
Operating System(s):

Windows

Game Genre:
Sci-Fi
Game Type:
Comedy
Story Type:
Fan Game
Release Date:
18 Oct 2012
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About this game

When Bea (no relation to the Bea in the Space Quest series) and her boyfriend Roger (no relation to the Roger in the Space Quest series) go out to lunch at a nearby noodle shop, things take a turn for the weird.

A maxed-out credit card turns out to be the least of Bea's worries, as she discovers that the Space Quest series -- and thus, the Space Venture project as well -- have been erased from existence. She now must travel back in time, find the individual responsible for this insidious act and get the timeline back on track (mostly by combining various objects with other objects).



(This is another promotional game for SpaceVenture. Like before, Jess Morrissette came up with the plot, puzzles and writing, while I did almost everything else.)
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AGS Awards Nominations

Nominated, Best Non Player Character 2012

Nominated, Best Short Game 2012

2 people commented on this game (newest first):

A really fine experience - all the more so if you have a fond history with Space Quest, or even Sierra online - but mainly because it's an excellent short game with logical puzzles that will still give you at least some pause for thought.

Without part two, I wouldn't recommend part one (as a game I mean, it's a splendid kickstarter advert and made with love), the 2 games together however, amount to something special (i.e. a Sierra geek's fantasy).
2012-11-09 07:40:38 by Marquillin
I thought the original Pledge Quest was good, but the sequel is a thousand times better. Crazy good art, an awesomely hilarious plot, and great settings.
2012-10-26 11:52:10 by pcj
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