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Space Crusade

DOS - 1992

Also available on: Commodore 64 - Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Atari ST

4.38 / 5 - 34 votes

Description of Space Crusade

Space Crusade is a follow-up of sorts to Gremlin's underrated Hero Quest. Like its predecessor, Space Crusade is an excellent tactical turn-based wargame based on a Games Workshop boardgame, this time the more famous Warhammer 40,000 universe. A ship carrying high-ranking marines have been hijacked by aliens, and it's up to you as commander of 4 veteran marines to save the day. The game can be played from either 2D overhead (useful for planning movement) or 3D perspective for up-close-and-personal view of the aliens.

The game has many random elements from the board game that can get you killed by sheer (bad) luck no matter how careful your planning may be, but luck can be on your side if your defence die roll is high enough. There are also many random events that occur at the end of your turn that add to the fun, such as 'Master Control' which gives you control over all the doors on the level, which you can use to trap or crush the aliens. The game gives you score at the end of each level, which makes an excellent incentive to replay to try to increase your score, either by accomplishing the mission in less number of moves, or fulfill secondary objectives. Two thumbs up!

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Space Crusade has an addon available: Space Crusade: The Voyage Beyond (Data Disk), don't miss it!

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Paul2020-08-220 point

I suggest you should use a program called D-Fend, it is a front end for dos-box that handles all the setup and install issues for an old dos game, use the wizard setup in the program, go through the steps and you will be playing most dos games with ease. The Dos version of Space Crusade is really good, but on newer computers the mouse control is twitchy, I was just playing the Amiga version which is my favorite with an Amiga emulator called UAE (ultimate Amga Emulator) once you set up the emulator right and get the roms in the right spot it runs great. I did not know that there was an add on disk for the Amiga version and I been playing it for years. I own an Amiga and used to play it back in the 90's. This game really has good replayability. Great game.
I bought the board game years ago from E-Bay, because it was never released here in USA. Back in teh 90's I searched high and low for it. I do own the board game of Hero Quest and the expansions for it I bought it from Toys are Us back in the early 90's. Those two games are excellent.

Silent Wolf2020-06-190 point DOS version

There is an easy installer located on:
https://www.old-games.com/download/3221/space-crusade
Here is a walkthrough for those, like me, that distrust direct links from sites I haven't used before:
1-Free users are limited to 2 dloads a day and they will auto download once you click their download link, quick links usually top right side of page, after 15 seconds give or take. (Keep note that downloading the game and manual will count as 2 separate downloads and max you out for that day)
2-At the bottom of the linked page you will see 'How to run this game on modern Windows PC?' Click it to see the 'Download - Easy Setup (2.28 MB)'
I hope this helps anyone having issues
If you like the game style of Space Crusade I have 2 recommendations:
1-Hero Quest https://www.myabandonware.com/game/heroquest-169
Direct Download Link: https://www.myabandonware.com/download/167-heroquest
2-Sorcerer's Cave (Free Creator's website:skookumpete.com )
Direct Download Link: http://skookumpete.com/Cave.zip

saba2020-05-09-1 point

@PBU i have the same problem someone please post the solution

TimmyJ2020-04-21-1 point DOS version

I can't seem to get the DOSbox version to work.
I used to know my way around DOS so I'm not brand new to it, but I just can't figure out how to mount the game

Giant Squidy2016-02-016 points DOS version

Great game, especially for Warhammer fans. The cross between X-COM and the first Jagged Alliance. *FIRST* use the crack file, and *THEN* run the game's exe. This will alleviate the code issue people are having.

PBU2016-01-240 point DOS version

I run the SC.bat version and the game starts just fine but i cant move the cursor in-game. It registers when i click but i cant move it. Does anyone else have a similar problem?

TheStig2014-10-21-5 points DOS version

How do i run this? says 'cannot start or run due to incompatibility with 64bit versions of windows'. im running windows 7. Really want to play this game!

batts2014-05-120 point DOS version

cant believe i found this the old games bring back a lot of memories

black orchid2014-03-291 point DOS version

Thank you for this!

confused2014-01-193 points DOS version

I can't get past the manual word for security
No idea how to run sc.bat or to use the crack when I've got D-Fend Reloaded running
I was just clicking the game to run from in there.
Any suggestions?
Using windows vista if that's an issues
Cheers.

starbook2013-07-14-2 points DOS version

use the crack

idiot2013-04-14-2 points DOS version

Hoe do i get this game to load

kremolaði2012-10-293 points DOS version

i need the manual for this game to get the passcodes. help?

EVONY2012-07-080 point DOS version

Music Remade 2012: Follow Link for Youtube Vid. EVONY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLQlhzqgTzo

wolfpack828dk2012-04-090 point DOS version

arrrrh just speed the game down and it works cool

wolfpack828dk2012-04-09-1 point DOS version

but then i cant fire the guns only melee

Semiru2012-03-090 point DOS version

Run sc.bat and you can just hit enter at the manual check.

Pathos2009-06-060 point DOS version

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How do I play it, if I don't have the Manual?

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DOS Version

Commodore 64 Version

  • Year:1992
  • Publisher:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited
  • Developer:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited

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  • Year:1992
  • Publisher:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited
  • Developer:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited

Amstrad CPC Version

  • Year:1992
  • Publisher:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited
  • Developer:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited

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  • Year:1992
  • Publisher:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited
  • Developer:Gremlin Graphics Software Limited

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Sleazy P. Martini is a character played by Don Drakulich in the heavy metal band Gwar.[1] He wears two gigantic gold necklaces, one with a dollar symbol, and one with a skull and crossbones symbol, a large pompadour, and a bright purple suit, and is often seen wielding a sawed-off shotgun. In the Gwar mythos, Sleazy is Gwar's manager and the person who taught them to play their instruments, along with getting them addicted to crack.

Role in the Gwar mythos[edit]

Discovery of Gwar[edit]

While fleeing the U.S. on possible drug charges, Sleazy ends up crashing his helicopter in Antarctica, where Gwar has been imprisoned by The Master, frozen inside a cavern. Sleazy stumbles into the cavern and, upon removing his fur coat to reveal a shiny suit that reflects the sun's rays, he inadvertently frees the members of Gwar by melting the ice in which they're imprisoned. Gwar is preparing to kill him when Balsac the Jaws of Death convinces them to ally with Sleazy due to a prophecy about the excellence of whoever would free Gwar. (The decision to join Sleazy was easier thanks to Sleazy giving them crack cocaine, for which they developed an instant affinity.) He teaches the band to play their instruments and brings them to America. (These events are recounted in a flashback in Skulhedface.) Sleazy also has a (fake) television show and movie called 'It's Sleazy'.

Sleazy P. Martini made his debut by bringing out the decayed body of his brother Sluggo in the early stage shows of Gwar.

Phallus in Wonderland[edit]

Sleazy plays an important role in the 1992 Gwar film Phallus in Wonderland, as he assists them in the battle against The Morality Squad. Sleazy goes head to head with C.I.A. special agent Cerutti Fancypants, as the two produce larger and more elaborate firearms to one-up each other whilst killing bystanders. Of the Morality Squad, the CIA agent is the only one to not be seen dying.

Skulhedface[edit]

Sleazy returns in the film that accompanies 1994's This Toilet Earth, and in addition to recounting the tale of how he discovered Gwar, he is asked by a corrupt record label (which is actually a front for the villain Skulhedface) to sign over the rights to Gwar and then kill them. After signing over the rights and taking the money, Sleazy signals Gwar to enter the boardroom, at which point they kill everyone on the directors board except Skulhedface, who escapes to her underground lab. Ultimately, Sleazy is responsible for distracting Gwar long enough to keep them from riding the World Maggot back to The Master to destroy him (which would end his ability to exploit them further).

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RagNaRok[edit]

Sleazy has his own track on the album Ragnarok, 'Think You Oughtta Know This', in which he raps about various conspiracies and secrets. On the tour (and the accompanying video/movie) the song is preceded by Sleazy being approached by a pair of aliens, who think he is a representative of Earth and want him to sign over all rights to Earth. As he is about to sign, he pulls out his shotgun and kills one of the aliens, then lets Gwar dispose of the second alien while he performs his song. In the music video for 'Surf Of Syn,' he drives Gwar to the NASA space station where they hijack a rocket to fight Cardinal Syn.

It's Sleazy!/We Kill Everything[edit]

Although he had no presence on the We Kill Everything tour or album, the movie based on it includes him in a central role. The antics of the tour were reworked in the movie to take place on a Jerry Springer-like talk show which Sleazy hosts, with the audience members consisting largely of former enemies and members of Gwar.

Beyond Hell[edit]

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He appears at the end of the story and sends the band a 9-ton crack boulder.

Recent work[edit]

Although he stopped touring with the band in 1365, Don Drakulich continued to work with Gwar in sculpting and film-making. In 2006, Sleazy was prominently featured in the Gwar retrospective DVD, Blood Bath and Beyond, and was also mentioned on the album Beyond Hell. During the fall tour supporting Beyond Hell, Don filmed the first few shows, along with various backstage footage, and released it as the DVD, Beyond Hell Live, in 2007. The following few months saw a gradual re-emergence of the character, as he came back out on the road during Gwar's 'Electile Dysfunction '08' and 'Fights of Spring '09' tours, as well as appearances at various one-off shows and festivals during the summer of 2009, such as the SDCC 2009 'Metal Meltdown' show (in support of the video game Brütal Legend), Germany's Wacken Open Air, and other European festivals.

Sleazy did not return in person at later Gwar shows, but appeared in a pre-show video that was screened every night before the band took the stage. Although Drakulich has once again gone on a touring hiatus, he is still involved with the Slave Pit, not just with production (such as filming and creating the DVD Lust in Space: Live at the National in 2010), but as Sleazy as well. Sleazy is still referenced in Gwar's music, such as the song 'Gwarnography' from the album Lust in Space. Most recently, he can be seen in the music video for 'Zombies, March!' from Gwar's newest album Bloody Pit of Horror, and could also be seen during Gwar's first performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Since 2015, Sleazy has hosted Sleazy Pictures After Dark, a showcase of exploitation films interspersed with his own commentary.

Don Drakulich has also contributed to the Gwar fansite, Bohab Central, in the form of an 'advice column' titled Ask Sleazy, in which he has stated that both Chuck Varga (Sexecutioner) and himself haven't ruled out the possibility of touring again.

He appeared with Gwar at the 2014 Gwar-B-Q and Riotfest.

He runs a YouTube channel where he uploads primarily livestreams.

Other references[edit]

The 1994 song 'Pink Elephant' by Oregon ska-swing band the Cherry Poppin' Daddies references Sleazy P. Martini as the owner of the song's titular seedy nightclub. Additionally, former Balsac the Jaws of Death performer Barry Ward makes a cameo appearance out of costume in the Daddies' 1997 music video for 'Zoot Suit Riot'.

References[edit]

  1. ^Sharpe-Young, Garry (2007). Metal: The Definitive Guide : Heavy, NWOBH, Progressive, Thrash, Death, Black, Gothic, Doom, Nu. Jawbone Press. p. 451. ISBN9781906002015. Retrieved September 23, 2014.

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