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Regions in which Roger may die

General MessagesEdit

Thank you for playing Space Quest I. Too bad you've failed miserably and doomed all of your people to a horrible death at the hands of the Sariens. You quickly glance about the room to see if anyone saw your silly mistake. Better luck next time.

The Arcada Edit

Fail to escape before the ship self-destructs. Edit

The Arcada explodes.

Bad news travels fast - especially when it's in the form of a shock wave.

The explosion was pretty messy. It's a judgment call as to which one critically damaged you first. Was it the concussion? Or, maybe, the fragments of ship that were located more closely to the epicenter than yourself and attempted to escape THROUGH you?

Regardless of what got you first, enough molecular relocation (in bulk and in individual units) occurred to forever alter your form and place in the universe.

Recompose yourself and let's see if we can't get off this scow more efficiently.

Get discovered by Sariens. Edit

Roger gets blasted by Sariens.

The aliens observe their handiwork briefly before looking for others to process in similar fashion.

As you lie on the floor in a smoldering, carbogelatinous heap, you just can't help but wonder why you bothered getting up this morning.

After putting on the spacesuit go back up the elevator and to the left. Edit

You overhear a couple of strange guys conversing nearby.

Roger walks to the left and gets discovered by the Sariens, who blast him.

Hey, flow through ventilation! You'd best avoid those guys in the future.

Enter the airlock without an EVA suit while the bay doors are open. Edit

Roger suffers explosive decompression and blows up.

That concludes your experiment on the effects of vacuum on the unprotected human body. Wasn't that fun!

Walk off the walkway leading to the pod. Edit

Roger teeters at the edge, then plummets to his doom.

Does that artificial gravity do the job, or what.

Escape Pod Edit

Launch the escape pod before buckling the seat belt. Edit

Buckle up for safety, buckle up.

Launch the escape pod before opening the bay doors. Edit

The Escape Pod bulges and then explodes on impact with the unyielding doors, leaving a fresh hole in the Arcada's underside.

Guess those doors are as strong as they look.

Take too long to press the Autonav button after leaving the Arcada. Edit

Gee, all of a sudden the engines have grown quiet. Boy, you sure were zooming along for quite some time.

Of course, the zooming part is over now since you've run out of fuel. You'll just float along on inertia with no control of your attitude or destination.

Yep, you're still drifting hopelessly through space. Bummer, eh?

Hunger grows to a level where your body decides to start feasting on itself. In your last conscious thoughts it dawns on you that navigation of some sort might have been a big helper here.

The pain fades away along with any sense of belonging to the community of the living. Your powerless pod drifts through space for eons, eventually being plowed by some primitive deep space probe. Knowing that your insurance deductible was much too high anyway, you gain a new appreciation for death.

Press the "Don't Touch" button after leaving the Arcada. Edit

You have a feeling you shouldn't have pressed that button.

Roger's Escape Pod blasts into a scene from "Conquests of the Longbow," then crashes into a cliffside and explodes.

Ouch! I think we've got some serious organ damage here! All of them, of course, could be easily replaced in the time period from which you've just arrived. However, a quick scenery check reveals that you are now in the Dark Ages. The only transplant you'll get here is from carcass to spit over flame.

As you draw a few final lungfuls of oxygen through your newly-acquired sucking chest wound, you gleefully notice that your final resting place is near beautiful Nottingham Castle - universally renowned for its inclusion in Sierra's "Conquests of the Longbow".

Oh, my goodness! You're shocked to hear some highly inflammatory language making its way into your auditory canals. Must be some uncivilized ruffians in the nearby pub.

Well, you're dead again. We even warned you not to push that button. You have no one to blame but yourself for having to sit through a plug for another fine Sierra product. Maybe you'll follow directions next time. Thanks for playing (and all that stuff).

Kerona Surface Edit

Go too far out in the desert. Edit

Roger is thrown into the air as a grell comes up and devours him.

Whoa! Those big guys pack a powerful appetite. Did you feel the way that thing just chomped right through your skeletal system? That had to hurt! The grell burps in solitary satisfaction. He doesn't often get nice, warm meals like you.

Look in the hole on the side of the skeleton. Edit

Cautiously, you decide to investigate further.

Roger crawls into the hole. There's a series of chomping noises, then Roger gets spat back out as a pile of bones.

That should teach you not to be messing around in strange holes.

Get caught by the Sarien Spider Droid. Edit

The Sarien Spider Droid makes contact with Roger and explodes, blowing them both to bits. Roger's helmet, which was blown into the air, lands in the sand where he was.

How convenient! You've been blown into handy, bite-sized chunks. I guess that Space Piston article wasn't fiction. There's nothing quite like stretching out and enjoying the wide-open spaces.

Get caught by Orat. Edit

OH, NOOOOO!!!

The Orat grabs Roger, and squishes him into a Xenonian Basketball and starts dribbling him.

Orat has transformed you into a new piece of recreational equipment. Along with finding this treatment extremely rude, you don't survive it.

It's tough to make friends around here. Relax, stretch out, restore, and let's get back to it. There's adventuring to be done!

Walk across the bridge too many times. Edit

The land bridge collapses under Roger after the third time across, and he falls to the ground, getting squished into it.

You've always got to push things to the limit, don't you? We warned you, but NO! YOU had to do it just one more time. Well, just wait 'till your father gets home!

Go for too long without water. Edit

1st Warning To Drink Something Edit

A nice slug of water would sure hit the spot right about now.

2nd Warning To Drink Something Edit

The heat of this place can sure dehydrate a person. You'd better get something to drink pretty darn soon.

Too Late Edit

Holy antiperspirant, dehydroman! The searing heat and dryness of this environment sucks the vital fluids from your body. You mind begins to drift uncontrollably.

Roger: Mommy! Is that you? Mommy, how come all the other guys in class get new mops and I don't?

Mercifully (for all of us), you die before the hallucinations get too hokey. It won't be long before you look like a scaled-down version of the skeletal structure occupying several hectares nearby.

Roger grasps his throat, then flops over and dies.

Within a few hours, your gaunt corpse will have dried to a crisp, your powdered remains evenly distributed across the parched terrain by a searing gust.

Kerona Underground Edit

Get caught by the grate monster. Edit

A tentacled monster reaches through the grate, grabbing Roger and dragging him to his doom.

Monster: CRUNCH! CRUNCH! CRUNCH!

You've been snatched out of existence by the tentacled beast lurking beneath the grate. You feel the painful sting of digestive fluids.

Don't stop now. We're having so much fun watching you.

Use the tongue icon on the pool of acid. Edit

Roger leans over and drinks from the pool.

You lean over to drink from the tempting pool of liquid. As your lips touch the fluid, you feel a pain which could be likened to kissing a lit rocket nozzle. Now you now what they mean when they say "Don't drink the water."

Roger's head melts in a bloody mess, then the rest of his body follows suit.

That's right. You have no head. That darn pool must be filled with acid. You obviously can't go on living that way.

Use the nose icon on the pool of acid. Edit

You lean over the pool to get a good solid whiff, and WHOOA! Talk about clean sinuses!

Roger's head melts in a bloody mess, then the rest of his body follows suit.

That's right. You have no head. That darn pool must be filled with acid. You obviously can't go on living that way.

Use the hand icon on the pool of acid. Edit

Roger touches the pool of acid, and his arm melts off, causing him to flop over and die. The Two Guys From Andromeda appear in a window on the screen.

Mark: Well, Scott, it looks like Roger has done it again.

Scott: It sure does, Mark. Let's run that one again with the aid of our new How-He-Blew-It Cam (TM) and Chalkboard (TM).

Scott: I have to say that carefully, Mark. Every time we mention something with a trademark or copyright, the lawyers come out to feed.

The game "rewinds" to where Roger touched the pool of acid and his arm started melting off.

Scott: Now, this is where Roger makes the fatal move.

A "chalk" circle appears around his melting arm, with an arrow pointing to it. Both disappear, then Roger flops over and dies again.

Scott: And we can all see the result of that mistake.

Mark: I don't know about you, Scott. Personally, I like to know exactly what I'm messing with before I actually mess with it. I guess he'll know better next time. Ouch.

Sure, you've died a few deaths before, but this one really burns you. Planets are depending on you. Seeing you do stuff like this is definitely making them nervous.

Walk through the laser beams. Edit

Roger walks through the laser beams and gets diced. The Two Guys appear.

Mark: Well, Scott, it looks like Roger has done it yet another time.

Scott: It sure seems that way. For those who might have missed that last move by Roger, or if, like me, you just want another look at it, let's roll it again.

An "instant replay" occurs, showing Roger walking through the lasers and getting diced again.

Scott: You've got to give some high marks for truly fine execution. We'll have to give it a strong 9.8.

You've found quite a number of forms to transform yourself into. This is the first time you've been wafer-style.

Get hit by acid drips. Edit

Roger gets hit by an acid drip and melts away, leaving only his head.

Roger: I'm meeltiiing!

You are unpleasantly surprised by a drop of searing acid which bores its way to your feet.

Now, that's some seriously deep pain.

Skimmer Sequence Edit

Hit five small rocks. Edit

Roger's skimmer crashes, sending him flying out to land head-first in a distant dune.

Had you eaten a few less doughnuts during the mission, you might have cleared that rock.

Hit a big rock. Edit

Roger's skimmer crashes, sending him flying far out to land head-first in a distant dune.

Late Warning: The big rock cuts you no slack.

Ulence Flats Edit

Get three skulls on the slot machine. Edit

Machine: YOU LOSE, HOMEBOY!

A laser beam shoots across the bar, disintegrating Roger into a pile of dust. A cleaning robot sweeps up the dust, then dumps it out a back window onto a pile of similar looking dust.

Luck's turn has cost you dearly. As your dust particles gradually drift across Kerona's barren landscape, you reflect upon the irony of your fate. Many was the time you swept and dumped piles of dust very similar to your current state.

Sell the skimmer or have it stolen, enter the bar and win money at the slot machine, then exit the bar. Follow the alien, and take too long to give him money. Edit

Mugger: Say there, pal. It's come to my attention that you're in the market for some transportation.

Mugger: I may be able to help. If you'll follow me, I'd like to show you a fine little piece of machinery that'll knock your eyes out.

Mugger: Come on over here, pal. Wait'll ya see this!

Mugger: Hold it right there, pal! This is a stick-up! I'll just relieve you of your cash, thank you very much.

WarningEdit

Mugger: C'mon, c'mon, I ain't got all day.

Too LateEdit

The mugger finally gets tired of waiting and blasts Roger.

The mugger impresses upon you that he was quite serious.

Buy the wrong ship from Tiny's. Edit

Tiny: Don't let appearances fool ya. This baby may be a relic, I mean, a classic, but she's as dependable as the day we got her. And just think, you'll be the only one in the quadrant with one. I guarantee it!

Tiny: She's a beaut, isn't she? This little baby can do a spin around the planet in just under an hour. Look at the lines in that body work. They just don't make 'em like this anymore, ya know what I mean? And she's a real bargain at 185 buckazoids.

Tiny: Now, just take a gander at these beauties, sport. If ya see one ya like, just give a hoot. I'll stand right over here. No pressure. Absolutely none.

Tiny: I tell ya, I think you've made a wise decision. She's a beauty. The keys are in her. If you have any problems don't hesitate to come back and tell us about 'em.

Roger gets in the ship and takes off, but it crashes and burns in the distant dunes.

Darn the luck. You've crashed in the dunes and ended your life. The various inhabitants of the Keronian desert are now feasting on your remains. Guess that wasn't such a hot purchase.

Buy the SUX-9000 droid from Droids-B-Us. Edit

Robot: Hello, sir. Your new robot will be here in a moment.

Roger's droid explodes, shredding him.

Robot: Oh my. Another shredded customer. I suppose someone will be upset about this. Why do I bother.

Roger flops over and dies.

You seem to have had trouble maintaining your composure (not to mention your molecular structure). Get yourself together. Unfortunately, you're the universe's only hope.

Buy the DEF-TECH droid from Droids-B-Us, then click the hand icon on the boxes three times. Edit

Robot: Here's your incredibly complex robot, sir. I sprained my thermodiodinal-tricycler carrying it out here for you. I hope you're satisfied.

Robot: And I hope you're smarter than you look, or you'll never be able to put it together. How depressing.

Unfortunately, you AREN'T smarter than you look, so you'd best leave the incredibly complex robot parts alone before you hurt yourself. Too bad they don't give rebates to retrobates.

You can tell this is definitely out of your league. You can't even open the boxes, much less assemble what's inside.

Well, okay. If you really feel competent enough to assemble this thing, just do it. Start with the smallest box.

Roger opens the box and it explodes, taking him with it.

Oops.

Guess this was a bit beyond your capabilities. Speaking of bits, that's about all that remains of you. Hope you can regroup those molecules and get back to the game.

Drink 6 beers. Edit

Bartender: Listen, Mac, I shouldn't serve you any more. You're sledged! You'd better go sleep it off or something before you start making a public display of yourself.
Dialogue Choice: Gimme anudder un, ya jerr-erk!

Bartender: Here ya go.

Roger tilts his head back to down the ale, and the rest of his body goes back as well.

Whoa!

Roger bounces back up to the bar like a yo-yo.

You wisely (although somewhat belatedly) decide to heed the bartender's advice.

Roger staggers out of the bar, then keels over. While he sleeps, a not-nice-looking alien approaches.

You stagger out of the bar after ignoring the bartender's advice. You're so sledged that you don't even notice that you're about to become prime prey for the many parasitic life forms in the area. You quickly pass out due to your low Keronian Ale tolerance.

While your body tries to sleep it off you lose every possession you own. Soon, your body is stripped for parts. Obviously, you don't make it through the night.

Walk into the forcefield four times. Edit

1st Time Walking Into the Field Edit

Roger gets zapped as he tries to go through the force field.

Ouch! That hurt!

You are standing next to the protective barrier encircling Ulence Flats. Due to the fact that you are land-based, you are not able to pass.

Last Time Walking Into the Field Edit

After the fourth time, Roger gets fried, then flops over and dies.

Yikes! It looks like you hit that force field one too many times. Not only did it burn every follicle of hair from your sleek frame, but your aorta, if you could see it, now resembles the end of a red celery stalk.

Outer Space Edit

Input an invalid sector code three times or go to the wrong sector. Edit

Robot: This is strange. The sensors are returning phantom images. There seems to be another ship in the vicinity, but its location is tough to pinpoint.

An Romulan Warbird from Star Trek fades into view, and blasts Roger's ship.

Hey! What's the deal with this guy. That was truly an unfriendly act. Perhaps you strayed into a sector you shouldn't have.

Press "OFF" when the sector input screen comes up. Edit

Robot: If it doesn't matter to you, we can go to CES (Cosmic Electronics Show) on Rudicube 3. I just love seeing all of those new, big, shiny robots. You could buy me a companion.

Robot: Course is plotted. Stand by for warp speed.

Robot: OH, NO!!! We're headed straight for an asteroid belt!

Roger's ship flies off into space, but hits an asteroid and explodes.

Those unexpected asteroid belts will get you every time. Now you know why your ship is, or was, the only one in this sector. Get a life (restore) and let's try to do this right.

Choose "OK" when the droid asks to leave after arriving at the Deltaur. Edit

Robot: Whoa! That's a Sarien battle cruiser! We'd better stand off. If we get any closer, they'll detect us for sure and we'll be space sputum!

Robot: Let's head on out of here, okay boss?
Dialogue Choice: OK.

In the face of danger you decide to turn and run, leaving Xenon and the rest of the universe to fend for themselves against those bad boys of the universe, the Sariens. When things get tough, the cream rises to the top. I guess you know which stratum you occupy.

Exit the ship without having bought the jetpack. Edit

As you undo your seatbelts and exit the escape pod, you can feel yourself just start to uncontrollably drift away.

Roger floats helplessly off into the void.

You drift endlessly through space wishing you had worn a jetpack to maneuver with. As you drift away never to be seen again the only thing you can think of to say is "Mommy!".

Fly anywhere outside the Deltaur other than the airlock entrance. Edit

Roger is spotted and blasted by the Sariens.

The inhabitants of this vessel apparently do not appreciate your desire to sight-see. I guess it's a good idea not to be wandering around the outside of this ship. You were a carbon-based being. Now you're just carbon.

The Deltaur Edit

Get discovered in the airlock. Edit

Robot: ALERT! ALERT! Organic contamination detected in airlock.

A laser beam shoots and zaps Roger. Roger stumbles around in electrocuted agony, then flops over and dies.

Those laser shots are incredibly effective as your body will attest. Being in plain sight probably didn't help you much.

Fail to escape the airlock before the door closes. Edit

You missed a golden opportunity while that door was open. Oh well, what's new. All alone and by yourself, you grow incredibly hungry and begin sampling your own body parts. Finding that you have absolutely no taste, (like we didn't already know that) you end up shriveling away to nothing and dying in the process.

Get bumped by the robot as he returns to the door. Edit

"Outta my way!" beeps the rude little droid.

The droid bumps into Roger, causing him to get fried.

Bumping you, the droid causes you to come into contact with exposed wiring. Your heart, not to mention the rest of your body, doesn't react well to this (have you ever seen rhubarb pie without the crust?). Guess you'll have to be a little more clever next time.

Get discovered in the room right after the airlock. Edit

1st Warning to Get Hidden Edit

It sounds like someone (or something) is approaching.

2nd Warning to Get Hidden Edit

You hear footsteps approaching and they're getting close. You might only have seconds to do something!

Too Late Edit

A Sarien enters the room and blasts Roger.

Bingo! He got you. You might consider not being around when these guys are shooting. Those things hurt.

Walk around the ship before getting a disguise or get caught by a Sarien without shooting them after losing the disguise. Edit

A Sarien blasts Roger, vaporizing him.

BLAMMO! Those pulseray pistols sure are effective little weapons. Even after it kills you, your meat continues to cook to nice golden brown. Try not to get shot in the future. Even if your life isn't worth much, think about the rest of the universe.

Get caught in the laundry room. Edit

1st Warning to Get Hidden Edit

It sounds like someone is approaching this room!

2nd Warning to Get Hidden Edit

You hear footsteps approaching. You only have seconds to do something!

Too Late Edit

A Sarien enters and blasts Roger.

Thank you for playing Space Quest I. Too bad you've failed miserably and doomed all of your people to a horrible death at the hands of the Sariens. You quickly glance about the room to see if anyone saw your silly mistake. Better luck next time.

Use the hand icon on the garbage disposal door behind the cleaning droid. Edit

Roger falls into the garbage disposal and is chopped into a bloody mess.

Yikes! I guess that was a bad idea, eh! I guess you'll be staying out of the garbage disposal in the future.

Get too close to the electrified globes. Edit

Roger gets a bit too close to the electrified globes and gets zapped, causing him to explode and disintegrate into a pile of carbonized matter.

Gee, that must have been a pretty powerful energy beam, seeing as how it reduced you to a pile of carbonized matter.

Get caught behind the counter after taking too long to steal a grenade Edit

Droid: Oh dear, you carbon-based life forms can be soooo annoying. Even something with your incredibly low intelligence should know enough not to enter a restricted area. I guess I'll just have to destroy you to prevent you from reproducing more of your kind.

The Droid shoots Roger and vaporizes him.

Thank you for playing Space Quest I. Too bad you've failed miserably and doomed all of your people to a horrible death at the hands of the Sariens. You quickly glance about the room to see if anyone saw your silly mistake. Better luck next time.

Drop a grenade anywhere but in the Star Generator room. Edit

Roger drops the grenade and a cloud of noxious gases swirl around him, causing him to flop over and die.

Although you've always had an appreciation for the gases of the universe, this one proved a bit overwhelming. It really was a great idea, though. However, you should have chosen a victim not so close to yourself. Better choice next time.

Fire the pulseray in the weapons room. Edit

Roger attempts to fire the pulseray.

Droid: Allow me to state the obvious. This is an entirely bullet-proof environment, designed to protect us from the acts of imbeciles who fire off rapid-action implements in an enclosed space. Nevertheless, don't do that again.

Roger attempts to fire the pulseray again.

Droid: Oh my, we are even below organic intellectual levels, aren't we? Don't tell me, let me guess, your race evolved from belly button lint. Well, let's get this over with and do evolution a favor.

An anvil falls out of the ceiling and crushes Roger.

Thank you for playing Space Quest I. Too bad you've failed miserably and doomed all of your people to a horrible death at the hands of the Sariens. You quickly glance about the room to see if anyone saw your silly mistake. Better luck next time.

Show the ID card to the droid three times. Edit

Droid: Hmm... are you sure you don't already have your weapon? Organics like you have such a "tricky" memory. Are you sure you didn't do something silly like accidentally eating it or something? Oh never mind. Don't overtax yourself. I'll just go check.

The Droid goes into the back room to check, then returns.

Droid: As my supreme intellect suspected, another obvious organic life form error. Let me say this verrrryyyy sllloooowwwlllly, THERE ARE NO MORE WEAPONS FOR YOU.

Droid: Oh dear, you again. Actually, looking at your past track record, I'm surprised you didn't take off your boot and start showing me that. I'd better do evolution a favor and prevent you from reproducing. Bye.

An anvil falls out of the ceiling and crushes Roger.

Thank you for playing Space Quest I. Too bad you've failed miserably and doomed all of your people to a horrible death at the hands of the Sariens. You quickly glance about the room to see if anyone saw your silly mistake. Better luck next time.

Use the hand icon on the counter flap while the droid is watching. Edit

Droid: Oh dear, how inconvenient. Another life form is in a restricted area. How your race manages not to vaporize itself into extinction is beyond me. I guess I'll have to be polite about this. Pardon me for terminating you.

An anvil falls out of the ceiling and crushes Roger.

Thank you for playing Space Quest I. Too bad you've failed miserably and doomed all of your people to a horrible death at the hands of the Sariens. You quickly glance about the room to see if anyone saw your silly mistake. Better luck next time.

Shoot the rightmost electrified globe. Edit

Roger shoots the rightmost globe and it explodes. We see a shot of the Deltaur with the explosion going out of the side.

Good shootin', Tex. You really did it now, Wilco. Don't you know that macromat field integrators are extremely fragile pieces of equipment and indiscriminately shooting at them with a pulseray gun can be hazardous to your health?

Return to the weapons room after losing the helmet. Edit

Droid: Oh dear... another intruder. If it isn't fetching weapons for so-and-so or checking ID cards, its vaporizing bothersome simians.

The Droid shoots Roger and vaporizes him.

Thank you for playing Space Quest I. Too bad you've failed miserably and doomed all of your people to a horrible death at the hands of the Sariens. You quickly glance about the room to see if anyone saw your silly mistake. Better luck next time.

Steal a grenade and miss hitting the Star Generator guard with it, then steal another grenade and miss the guard again. Edit

The Sarien warrior is guarding the stolen Star Generator so intensely, he didn't notice the gas grenade exploding.

Actually, his walkman is cranked up too high.

Oh No! Your rotten aim has attracted the attention of one of the patrol guards. You're in for it now!

A Sarien appears, shooting Roger and vaporizing him.

Boy, you're no Marshall Dillon, that's for sure. And you were so close. You'll need to react a little faster, be a little sharper than that. Well, throw a little bondo into that hole and get back in there.

Walk into the shield surrounding the Star Generator twice. Edit

1st Time Walking Into the Shield Edit

Roger walks into the shield and gets zapped.

It appears the shield is preventing you from getting to the Star Generator's control panel and boy is it hot. You'd better not try to get close to the Star Generator again.

2nd Time Walking Into the Shield Edit

Roger walks into the field again, gets fried, and explodes.

Ouch! That stings just a tad. You'll obviously need to disarm that baby before trying that again.

Fail to escape the ship after setting the Star Generator to detonate. Edit

You'd better hurry up, Roger! You've got 20 seconds before you're turned into such tiny particles that they couldn't find you with an ion microscope.

The Deltaur explodes with a "loud" KABOOM!

We hate to tell you this, but you're dead again. At this rate you'll never see the end of the game.

Return to the Star Generator after losing the helmet and before killing the guard. Edit

Oh no Roger! The guard has seen you and you're not wearing the helmet! You're in for it now Wilco!

Roger frantically fires his pulseray, but the Guard gets to him and twists him up, then curls him into a ball. He then tosses Roger into the air, and blasts him, causing Roger to explode.

Boy, you're no Marshall Dillon, that's for sure. And you were so close. You'll need to react a little faster, be a little sharper than that. Well, throw a little bondo into that hole and get back in there.

Go down the elevator to the escape pod then go back up. Go back down again, and walk into the launch channel where the pod used to be. Edit

There goes your ride, Roger. Too bad you can't call a taxi.

Out of the kindness of our hearts, we're just going to kill you off right now and save you the wait until the ship blows up. Be seeing you.

The Deltaur explodes with a "loud" KABOOM!

We hate to tell you this, but you're dead again. At this rate you'll never see the end of the game.

Escape the Deltaur before setting the Star Generator to destruct. Edit

Whew! You're off the Deltaur and safe at last. You can't ignore, however, a nagging feeling that you've forgotten something important. Now what could that be?

While you sit back and relax, soaking in the distant view as you excitedly approach Xenon, you have the uneasy feeling that you might have forgotten something.

A blast hits Xenon, causing it to disintegrate, then explode.

Congratulations. You did a great job - to a point. That is, if you overlook the fact that you forgot to set the self-destruct sequence on the Star Generator leaving it ready for the Sariens to use against Xenon and the rest of the universe. Nice try.

Alternate Ending Edit

Fail to take the cartridge out of the reader on Kerona and finish the game without it. Edit

Important Guy: Roger Wilco, we, the people of Xenon, extend our limitless appreciation and eternal gratitude for your acts of heroism.

Important Guy: Now, if you'd only been smart enough to bring along the data cartridge containing the construction specifications, we'd be able to build a new Star Generator, thereby saving Xenon from the horrors of a rapidly cooling planet. Oh, well. You are just a janitor.

The rest of the ending is the same as normal.


Total number of ways to die: 58

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