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

Roger Wilco is relaxing at his favorite pub somewhere in time and space when heavily armed soldiers enter the room. Carrying a parting message from Roger's old nemesis, Sludge Vohaul, they ... See full summary »

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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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Roger Wilco is relaxing at his favorite pub somewhere in time and space when heavily armed soldiers enter the room. Carrying a parting message from Roger's old nemesis, Sludge Vohaul, they plan to get rid of the janitorial hero, execution style. That is, until a man with an over-sized hair dryer helps Roger escape through a time rip into the future. Now Roger Wilco has woken up on his home planet, some time in a meta-fictional Space Quest XII. It is a grim, dystopian future: the series has gone to ruin without its hero, and Vohaul rules supreme. Roger must find a way to avoid Vohaul's henchmen, fulfill his destiny, and learn about a few surprises that await him in his own future. Written by doctoracula-32567

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While time-traveling, Roger finds himself in Space Quest X: "Latex Babes of Estros". This is a parody of Infocom's game "Leather Goddesses of Phobos". See more »

Goofs

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 »

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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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Follows Space Quest, Chapter Two: Vohaul's Revenge (1987) See more »

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