Space Station is an adult sci-fi transformation game for the August 2008 game making contest at TFGameSite.com.
This game contains non-consensual sci-fi transgender transformations and sexual situations. There are no explicit pictures, but there are explicit text descriptions.
You are Bob, a science officer working on the Science Center, a space station orbiting the Earth, where some of the most advanced research is being performed. Due to a malfunction in the transporter, you find yourself an exact duplicate of your colleague, Nikki, and trying to find out how to get back to your own body.
You, the player character.
Your colleague, a fellow scientist on the space station.
Your best friend, the system administrator on the space station.
A lab technician who works in the genetics lab.
Extensive hints exist in the game to help you along.
When you complete your quest to get a sample of your DNA for Dave to analyze, you get to choose where to sleep.
Regardless of which pre-endgame path you choose, you have two endgame options. The text may vary slightly during the ending depending on which pre-endgame you chose.
One of the most obtuse text-based games I've ever played. Even with the hint system, attempting to figure out the exact commands needed to make the simplest of actions happen is excruciating.
short and sweet
asking for ACCESS can get you what you need
you can get some interesting...results if you try to sleep in a different room
more of a guessing game, trying to figure out what commands to use to accomplish what your trying to do.
cant for the life of me figure out how use the old uniform on the dna analyzer