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Stationfall is a text adventure game and a sequel to Planetfall, featuring the same protagonist who has been promoted from Ensign Seventh Class to Lieutenant First Class. However, the current work in the Stellar Patrol seems to be less satisfying than before, as the Lieutenant has to deal with boring paperwork. One day the Lieutenant receives an assignment that involves accompanying a spacetruck to a space station and picking up a load of "Request for Stellar Patrol Issue Regulation Black Form Binders Request Form Forms". The Lieutenant travels to the space station with his robotic side-kick Floyd. Once they arrive, they find it deserted, with only an ostrich and an Arcturian balloon creature left untouched. The two must investigate the station and find out what happened.


Stationfall Amiga Warning - Make sure you close the hatch before taking off!
Stationfall Amiga Arriving at the station.
Stationfall Amiga Inside the spacetruck.
Stationfall Amiga Meeting up with two characters from the first game - Floyd and Blather.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Stationfall: Floyd is back in the Boffoid Sequel to Planetfall." -- Tag-lined title
  • "Stationfall - a science fiction story" -- Tag-lined title

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Commodore User Jul, 1987 10 out of 10 100
Amiga Format Nov, 1991 85 out of 100 85


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(From Infocom Home Page site)

It contained space station blueprints (envelope, 9 blueprints, 1 legend page), three forms (QX-17-T, JZ-59-G, HB-56-V), and a Stellar Patrol patch (Lieutenant First Class).

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Terok Nor (26156) added Stationfall (Amiga) on Dec 25, 2004
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