The lights are on
Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy, the men behind the Space Quest adventure games, are getting back together to create a new game.
That's about as far as they have gotten so far, deciding to make a game, but it's a start. Right now they're just looking for social media support by putting together a slightly unsettling video of them with pig noses talking about their history and their hopes for their next game.
Check out the video below.
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Lmao, I like the noses though.
Any news is good news. Should dust off my copy of SQ3
I'm really liking these Kickstarter projects, but I'm starting to run up against the limit of what I can support right now. Guys, if you are listening, hold off a month or so before throwing your hat in or many of us won't be able to support you. I'm already backing (or have backed) Tim Shaffer's game, the new Leisure Suit Larry, Jane Jenson's game studio, the new Shadowrun, Brian Fargo's Waistland 2, and The Banner Saga.
I never played Space Quest so I don't know how I feel about the original creators of it working on a new Sci-Fi adventure game.
I wish someone would do a remake of the Pajama Sam games!
That was an odd trailer...
Hahha nice. Put it on 3ds!
Between Al Lowe coming out of retirement to redo Leisure Suit Larry, Jane Jensen doing a new adventure, and the Two Guys From Andromeda finally getting back together to do a new space adventure, it's almost too much for this Sierra fan's heart to take. To top it all off, Telltale Games has the rights to do a new King's Quest! It's turning out to be a real renaissance of adventure gaming.
I have supported both the Replay Games and Pinkerton Studios kickstarters. If the Two Guys decide they need to start one, I will jump all over it like it was a greased up Astro Chicken!