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Roger Wilco: The Other World SeriesEdit

(1992) - a collection containing Space Quest 1 VGA, Space Quest 2 and Space Quest 3 on floppy disks.

The Space Quest SagaEdit

(1993) – This collection contained games I (VGA remake), II, III and IV all on floppy disks.

The Space Quest 15th Anniversary Collector's EditionEdit

(1994) – Released for Sierra's 15th anniversary, this contained games I-V & Roger Wilco's Spaced Out Game Pack, plus a video featuring the Two Guys from Andromeda and a complete history of the game series. It also contained a few foreign language editions of some of the games. There is also a secret bonus program giving the strange history of the World Famous Talking Bear.

Roger Wilco UncloggedEdit

(1995) – All the above, plus a humorous "Inside Space Quest" video, but without the Two Guys video

Space Quest Collection SeriesEdit

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That's a rather desperate situation that Roger's in.

This compilation was made available shortly after the release of Space Quest 6, and therefore is intended for those using computers running 1998 technology at latest. This means that the games will not run as originally intended on modern computers. Many puzzles will be extremely difficult to solve if run on modern computers, as the time to solve those puzzles will be reduced dramatically.

EXAMPLES:

  • It normally takes about a minute to climb into the landing gear area of the shuttle in Space Quest XII. On modern computers, you are given ten seconds.

All six games, plus a preview of episode VII.*

Space Quest Collection (2006)Edit

Released by Vivendi Universal Games and contains all six games (only the VGA remake of SQ1). Also released on Steam.

Space Quest 1+2+3 & 4+5+6 collectionsEdit

(2010) - Two collections on GoG.com, minus the VGA remake.

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