Space Quest 6: The Spinal Frontier (1995)

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Following the climactic battle at the end of Space Quest 5, starship captain Roger Wilco is charged by the Confederation with causing the destruction, and is demoted back to his old-time ... See full summary »

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Cast overview:
Narrator (voice)
William Hall ...
Roger Wilco (voice)
Carol Bach y Rita ...
Stellar Santiago / Sysinny (voice)
Sharpei / Waitron (voice)
Doctor Beleauxs / Hotel Manager / Intro voice over (voice)
Denny Delk ...
Commander Kielbasa / Jebba the Hop (voice)
Joe Paulino ...
Djurkwhad / Manuel Auxveride / Director (voice)
Doug Boyd ...
Dorff / Elmo Pug / Circuit Sydney (voice)
Tom Chantler ...
Endodroid / Signet Flembukit / Nigel Rancid (voice)
Blaine Rohmer / Fester Blatz (voice)
Charles Martinet ...
Pa Conshohocken / Ray Trace / PiTooie (voice)


Following the climactic battle at the end of Space Quest 5, starship captain Roger Wilco is charged by the Confederation with causing the destruction, and is demoted back to his old-time post of janitor, and assigned to active duty aboard the starship Deepship-86. While on shore leave on the seamy planet Polysorbate 60, Roger is targeted by a mysterious evil mastermind as an appropriate tool for a nanotechnology life-prolonging experiment. But when several attempts to kidnap Roger are foiled by his lovely female shipmate Stellar, the mastermind decides to use her instead of Roger. The hapless Roger must now set out alone to find Stellar and, in miniaturized form, to infiltrate her body and do battle with the robotic mastermind who is taking over it. Written by Brinsley

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In space, no one can hear you clean.





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The character Roger Wilco ranked #5 in Computer Gaming World's November 1996 listing of the 15 most memorable game heroes. See more »


Before playing the arcade game "Stooge Fighter 3", Djurkwhad challenges Roger: "If you win, I'll give you 300 buckazoids. However, if I win, you're mine to do as I see fit". Roger may lose the game repeatedly while he does not have yet the cheat code, but Djurkwhad will let him walk away. See more »


Roger Wilco: So this is Stooge Fighter 3. Doesn't look so tough to me.
Djurkwhad: Say Pardner care to indulge in a friendly game? By the way the name's Djurkwhad, what's your momma call you?
Roger Wilco: A mistake, but my friends call me Roger, Roger Wilco.
Djurkwhad: Well it's darn fine to meet you Roger. So, what do ya say to a friendly little round of Stooge Fighter 3?
Roger Wilco: [If you choose Let's Rumble] Gosh Mr. Djurkwhad that ah, that sounds neat.
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Follows Space Quest V: The Next Mutation (1993) See more »

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26 September 2003 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

What ever happened to the point and click adventure game? The Space Quest series has always been a favorite of mine ever since the first one came out in 1986. It was the first game I ever beat, and its humor left a lasting impression on me. The deal with space quest, was that it was a spoof of all things sci fi. The humor was always top notch, with nods to Douglas Adams and Monty Python. And when the voices were dubbed, you couldn't do better than Gary Owens, who is the perfect voice for Space Quest. You assume the role of "Roger Wilco, SPACE GUY!" an underachieving janiter who manages to fumble his way into saving the galaxy. This game, in particular, was mainly a spoof on Star Trek The Next Generation an Inner Space. As usual, the voice acting was top notch, the puzzles challenging, the storyline hilarious, and the game fun. Unfortunately, this was also the last space quest game. But keep an eye, angry fans are refocusing their energies into getting another one fan made.

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