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Monday, 16 April 2012 09:17

Creators of Space Quest are back

Written by David Stellmack



Working on a new Spaceventure


The team of Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy are back, and they are teaming up to work a new Spaceventure. The Two Guys from Andromeda, as they are known, are looking to hire some additional talent to help them work on their new project.

While there are very few details regarding what they might be up to, they claim that the new game will return to the successful formula of previous games that the duo created, such as Space Quest. Space Quest had core offerings in its franchise from 1986 to 1995, and to this day the games are fondly remembered by those who played them.

You can find out more at their new web site here.


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