At the Big and Tall store at the Galaxy Galleria, you can occasionally spot a
guy rummaging around, occasionally pulling out a pair of red shorts. This is
Bob Andrews, former Sierra OnLine programmer.
The games at the software store are all parodies of other games. Here's a list
of the parodied games:
"Boom" by Morrie Brianarty is a parody of "Loom" by Brian Moriarty.
"It came for Dessert" is a parody of "It came from the Desert".
"Defender of the Crown Rib Roast" is a parody of "Defender of the Crown".
"Where in the World is Hymie Lipshitz (and who really cares)" is of course a
parody on "Where in the World is Carmen Santiego".
"Sim Sim" from MaxThis is a parody on the Sim games from Maxis.
"Cluck Egger" lets you design a chicken and fly it over barnyard scenery. This
is a parody on the flight simulator "Chuck Yeager".
Leisure Suit Larry is mentioned on the recording in Xenon's sewer control
When you're in the pterodactyl's nest on Estros, you can see something streak
across the sky. This is in fact King Graham being carried by a condor (from
King's Quest 1).
Luke Skywalker's little red speeder is disguised as the crashed hovercraft on
the Xenon streets.
The Quest for Glory theme music is occasionally played in the Software Store
at the Galaxy Galleria, made out to sound like a PC internal speaker.
Cedric, the owl from King's Quest 5 has an appearance in the Ms. Astro Chicken
game at the Galaxy Galleria's Arcade.
The trash can in the Galleria's Arcade is one of the agents from "Get Smart".
Try talking to it, you'll see what I mean!
During your visit to Ulence Flats, the Blues Brothers appear on stage at the
bar, since they also appear in SQ1.
There's a secret time code in the game that takes you to Ortega (SQ3). It's
simple: type in the top row left to right, then type in the leftmost symbol in
the second row.
The robots in the SuperComputer are the Imperial ProBots from the Star Wars
In the Control room of the SuperComputer, two programs immediately come to
mind: King's Quest and Leisure Suit Larry.
The Latex Babes of Estros might be a parody of the Leather Goddesses of
If you smell the back of Droids-B-Us at Ulence Flats, the game says: "Smells
like another lawsuit coming back to haunt the Two Guys from Andromeda". The
reason?? Scott Murphy and Mark Crowe got sued by Toys-R-Us for putting
Droids-B-Us in SQ1.
When you first visit the Software Store at the Galaxy Galleria, the bouncer
will tell you that the Two Geeks From Andromeda are in there, signing copies
of their latest release.
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