Space Quest IV
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Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers was a graphic adventure game with full speech support and Laugh-In announcer Gary Owens as the voice of the narrator. It featured 256-color hand painted graphics and a fully mouse-driven interface and was one of the first games to use motion capture animation. It was released by Sierra On-Line on floppy disks on March 4, 1991, and released on CD-ROM in December 1992, it cost over US$ One Million to produce and sold more than its three predecessors combined.
Roger embarks on a time-travel adventure through Space Quest where a reborn Sludge Vohaul from Space Quest XII: Vohaul's Revenge II chases Roger through time. Unlikje the first three games, Space Quest IV uses a point-and-click interface, featuring icons for different actions. The icons are an eye, a talking head, a walking person, a hand, a mouth, and a nose, representing look, talk, walk to, use, taste, and smell, respectively.
Platform: Apple Mac 68K
Colour 2Mb RAM and Hard Disk, Color Monitor
Mac OS System 6.0
Application Software (AS:) Games
Version: 1.0 1991
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