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The introduction story
The main menu
Training (a.k.a instructions)
Select your ship. Each ship has advantages and disadvantages.
Select your difficulty
Starting mission 1. "Two households, both alike in dignity" is from Romeo and Juliet: Act I, Scene 1.
Getting a transmission.
The enemy is firing at me.
Me firing back.
A Knowledge Sphere. If I grab it, I will have one of the six words at the top.
I have collected one word.
This is not the word I need.
It was a synonym of one of the words.
I brought up the scanner.
As you go farther, you get new enemies.
Shakespeare trivia. There will be questions later.
I lost a ship.
WARNING: Final boss for mission 1 doth approach.
Fighting the final boss for mission 1
Mission 1 boss defeated
Answer Shakespeare questions for the ability to upgrade your ship.
I only answer 2 of 4. I got a 50000 point bonus but no upgrades.
Starting mission 2. "Deny thy father and refuse thy name" follows "O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo?" and is from Act II, Scene 2.
Mission 2's boss
I got all 4 questions right
I upgraded the ship and added a new trait
Starting mission 3. "For exile hath more terror in his look" is from Romeo and Juliet: Act III, Scene 3.
If you see a question mark, scan it. You will get a multiple-choice question. Then you fly through the correct answer.
Mission 3's boss
I lost all my ships. Game over.
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