Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers (1991)

Video Game  |  Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi  |  1991 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Narrator (voice)
Jeff Bender ...
Roger Wilco (voice)
Stuart Moulder ...
Roger Wilco, Jr. (voice)
Scott Murphy ...
Sludge Vohaul / The Mustard (voice)
Kelli Spurgeon ...
Zondra (voice)
Josh Mandel ...
Monolith Burger Manager (voice)
Jane Jensen ...
Maebot (voice)
Mark Seibert ...
Sequel Police 1 (voice)
Orpheus Hanley ...
Sequel Police 2 (voice)
Barry T. Smith ...
Monochrome Boy / Hz. So Good Salesbot and Bartender (voice) (as Barry Smith)
Neil Matz ...
The Pickle (voice)
Max Deardorff ...
The Lettuce (voice)
Bill Hilton ...
The PermaBuns (voice)
Vana N. Baker ...
The Mayonnaise (voice) (as Vana Baker)
William Shockley ...
The Ketchup (voice) (as Bill Shockley)


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Embedded in the game is the arcade game "Ms. Astro Chicken". This is a sequel to the arcade game "Astro Chicken" which was embedded in the previous game Space Quest III: The Pirates of Pestulon (1989), and also a pun on Ms. Pac-Man (1981). See more »


One of the games in the bargain bin at "Software Excess" store is called "King's Quest XXXXVIII". The proper Roman numeral of the number 48 should be XLVIII. See more »


Narrator: That was without a doubt, one of the finest examples of bunny snatching I've ever seen. The stress placed on the rope during the bunny snatching was too much. You cast the useless fibers aside.
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References Get Smart (1965) See more »

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