Roger Wilco is transferred to Xenon of Station 4 and promoted to head janitor. When last we left Roger Wilco, he managed to pry the power of ultimate destruction from the hands of the ruthless Sarien mercenaries despite his status as a mere janitor and become the hero of his home planet of Xenon. But soon the furor over his heroics died down and Roger became yesterday's news. His hard work did get him promoted to the spot of head janitor on one of Xenon's space stations, which is small consolation as he's the only member of the sanitation staff and most of the rest of the crew can't stand him. Xenon has moved on. But even if the rest of the universe no longer remembers what Roger did, one man hasn't forgotten. Unfortunately that man is Sludge Vohaul, the mad scientist who hired the Sariens to steal the Star Generator and use it for evil. As arch-villains are wont to do, he not only cooks up another scheme to bring the galaxy to its knees. But also has his flunkies kidnap Roger to ... Written by
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When selecting "About SQ2" from the game menu, the game message is "Space Quest was designed and created by Mark Crowe
and Scott Murphy
". When selecting it after Roger dies, the message says further "We hope you're not looking for someone to blame just because you died". See more
When the player enters a certain spaceship, he is told that there is a "throttle" before him, but it is, in fact, a joystick. If the player should push the throttle (the only intuitive way to make a flying vehicle take flight in the 20c) the ship will crash and the game will find a witty way of calling the player stupid. See more
The guard appears to be less thick than you remember him. Many of his formerly contained body fluids seem to be at large.