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21st Oct '13 1:07:27 AM ssfsx17
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: There are a ''lot'' of possible dialogue options in Episode 1 depending on who else you have talked to and what you said to them. But, only one path will lead to finishing Episode 1.

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: There are a ''lot'' of possible dialogue options in Episode 1 depending on who else you have talked to and what you said to them. [[spoiler:For example, you can convince your starting bounty that you will help him, but then turn him in to your employer.]] But, only one path will lead to finishing Episode 1.
21st Oct '13 1:06:20 AM ssfsx17
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: There are a ''lot'' of possible dialogue options in Episode 1 depending on who else you have talked to and what you said to them. But, only one path will lead to finishing Episode 1.
21st Oct '13 1:04:57 AM ssfsx17
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* WideOpenSandbox: Episode 1 is structured like this, requiring a bit of exploration around the starting solar system.
21st Oct '13 1:03:49 AM ssfsx17
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* UnwinnableByDesign: There are many possible actions that will close off the plot in Episode 1.

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* UnwinnableByDesign: There are many possible actions that will close off the plot in Episode 1. See GuideDangIt above.
21st Oct '13 1:02:39 AM ssfsx17
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* SequenceBreaking: It's theoretically possible to beat Episode 1 without the hyperdrive by simply waiting a really dang long time.

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* SequenceBreaking: It's theoretically possible to beat Episode 1 without using the hyperdrive by simply waiting a really dang long time.
21st Oct '13 1:01:24 AM ssfsx17
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* DuelBoss: One of the battles in Episode 1 is against a ship that looks exactly like your own.


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* UnwinnableByDesign: There are many possible actions that will close off the plot in Episode 1.
21st Oct '13 12:58:35 AM ssfsx17
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* GuideDangIt: Good look figuring out how to progress through Episode 1 without a walkthrough. This is really not helped when you eventually get the ability to travel ''really fast'' between stars and have to find the correct stars to visit - and in the correct order.


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* SequenceBreaking: It's theoretically possible to beat Episode 1 without the hyperdrive by simply waiting a really dang long time.
8th Mar '13 7:06:40 AM TiggersAreGreat
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* BountyHunter: Jake Stone.
* LaResistance: There's a group of rebels fighting against the government of Jake's solar system. You'll eventually join up with them.
* AWinnerIsYou: Don't expect anything big and dramatic for beating the game.
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17th May '12 11:04:29 AM TiggersAreGreat
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''Solar Winds I'' and ''Solar Winds II'' are top down, space-based action games released in 1993.

In ''Solar Winds'', Jake Stone a bounty hunter goes through several missions and uncovers a secret coalition between the government of his home solar system and a race of unidentified aliens. Upon further investigation, he finds out that, in fact, there is more than one solar system involved. And what is really happening is that three easily-provoked races are being held by a more technologically advanced race in a small cluster of solar systems, and kept there by a force field around them. Hyperdrive technology has been sabotaged, and the 'keys', jump points between solar systems, kept secret.

In the second game, ''Solar Winds II'', Jake Stone, again is trapped in a galaxy. Seven systems have been set up by members of the same race that rescued him and each system contains a species. They are monitored and pushed and prodded, and through a series of jobs that take you from one system to another you are contacted by the same resistors that rescued Jake previously. They help smuggle him outside of the barriers in order to destroy the controller and free all the captive races.

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