|Thraka||What engine runs Space Quest 6?|
|AGI1122||SCI32 I beleive.|
|Khaveen||Why SCI32? I played Space Quest 6 in DOS. It is another SCI version, and it is not compatible with standard Windows SCI interpreters.|
Khaveen wrote:Both DOS and Windows executables of SQ6 marked as `May 24 1995 2.100.002`. It's SCI32 v2.0 as you can see....
|mr-t||I enjoyed SQ6, although the series peaked at SQ3 and has slipped ever since.|
SQ6 is SCI32, and even GK2 runs under DOS and is SCI32.|
So SQ6 can be SCI32. And it is.
I enjoyed SQ6, although the series peaked at SQ3 and has slipped ever since.
I wouldn't know about that, while Space Quest 3 rocked big time (its my favorite Space Quest), I think that Space Quest 4 and 5 were also very good.
Space Quest 4 was in total context of the Space Quest series. If there are any phrases that can idenitify the basic premisis of Space Quest, it's these.
1: From one predicament into another.
2: Out of the frying pan and into the fire!
Think about it and you'll see what I mean.
However, I never played SQ6, and I deeply regret not buying it all those years ago, but that could be understandable, since I didn't posess the right feeling of nostaliga to buy it, and of course, I lacked the money. so I just want to know this, what was the plot in Space Quest 6 about? And why did Roger Wilco lose his status as Captain of a ship?
I'd really like to know, thanks!
Till next time stay coo 8)l