One year after the events of Episode I, Captain Pilgrim is once again carrying a shipload of passengers between star systems. This time her guests include a mysterious priestess, a wayward youth and a robotics genius.Read full description
One year after the events of Episode I, Captain Pilgrim is once again carrying a shipload of passengers between star systems. This time her guests include a mysterious priestess, a wayward youth and a robotics genius.
Little does she know that this latest journey will set her off on another hazardous adventure, involving a shadowy government organisation known as the Jackals ...
In this second episode, continue the adventures of Captain Pilgrim and her cynical co-pilot Sabina White as they are pulled into a fresh web of danger and intrigue, encountering new friends and foes
Experience a larger and more expansive story which reveals many new elements of the Space Pilgrim universe
Across the four episodes in this saga you will travel to space stations, colonies, cities and islands across an immersive and intricate futuristic universe, interact with dozens of unique characters and enjoy 10+ hours of gameplay (Please note: this purchase is for episode two only)
Mouse, keyboard and controller support
Space Pilgrim Episode II continues the adventures of captain Gail Pilgrim, one year later and now joined by her new co-op pilot that she met in the first game. The game is a point and click adventure game that was made with RPG Maker, there is no combat as is normal with many of these games, instead you will talk to people, find and combine items, and interact with or use objects on things in the environment to advance the plot. Things start out in a similar way as the first episode did, you traveling to your passenger's destination but when your ship if boarded you learn that at least one of the passengers is a fugitive from an organization only briefly mentioned in the first game. Gameplay is the same dull thing as the first with you just trying to find objects you can pick up and combine but Episode II is longer and does more to expand lore of the setting.
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