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Lost in Space: Dr. Smith Goes Home

by Graeme Cree

Science Fiction/Screen
1993

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Schmidt
License: Freeware
Development System: AGT
Baf's Guide ID: 70
IFIDs:  AGT-03500-000098FE
EA7314E7DC29AF3BBD5A863066A9D661
TUID: 9wshcg3mbt98g1a9

Editorial Reviews

Baf's Guide


A one-sitting game based on the 1960's TV series. You play Dr. Smith; your goal is to ditch the Robinsons and reach Earth on your own. Mr. Cree clearly knows his Lost In Space well: the descriptions are full of LIS minutiae, and additional files explain how the game was desinged both to provide the series with an ending and to explain some of its inconsistencies. Contains AGT-style monsters and a weapon with limited charges.

After its initial release, the author, possibly concerned about copyright infringement, decided to re-release it, with all the names changed, as Tossed into Space: Dr. Schmidt Goes Home. The Schmidt version lacks the original's theme song (played on the PC internal speaker) and some of the additional files, but does come with source code.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

SynTax
I think that having watched and enjoyed the TV series helped to provide extra atmosphere although this would not be necessary for playing and getting pleasure out of this game for anyone who has not. The help file is as comprehensive as you could wish for, so much so that it gives the game away. I think it is a great pity that this game was intended to be so short, personally I would have liked more. (Linda Turnham)
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SynTax
The game has a few puzzles to complete but they are fairly easy, but I found them enjoyable none the less. I personally do not like to play the small games, especially as small as this one, but at the same time can appreciate their merits. (Shebo)
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