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Hyperspace Delivery Boy!

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Hyperspace Delivery Boy!
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Monkeystone Games
Linux Game Publishing
Action, Puzzle
Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, Windows Mobile and macOS
Game Boy Advance
Retail Features
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Main Credits
Tom Hall
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows and GNU/Linux
December 232001
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Hyperspace Delivery Boy! is the first title released by video game production company Monkeystone Games. A puzzle/action game developed for the Pocket PC and released on December 23, 2001. The game was later ported to other platforms, including Linux and it saw a respectable amount of commercial success and paved the way for further titles from the producers.

It centers on a character in the title profession, delivering packages wherever in space he needs to go, battling all kinds of evil along the way. It consists mostly of puzzles, with some action elements.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Hyperspace Delivery Boy! follows the story of Guy Carrington, a courier in training. Guy is sent by Sergeant Filibuster on several dangerous missions in four different locations.

During the course of the game, Guy discovers a secret organizations known as "THEM". This organization remain largely mysterious throughout the game. Details about this organization are occasionally revealed by Non-Player Characters (NPCs). These characters are generally hard to find and may be missed on first play.

Guy also has a love interest in Chief Engineer Dolly. In the end however, the love turns out to be mostly unrequited.

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