Back in the heydays of commputting EGA&VGA graphics they had games like KingQuest and SpaceQuest. SpaceQuest was a puzzle type adventure game that had numorous paradies to science fiction shows of the period. It was humorous and had quarky puzzles to solve instead of match this and match that.
Behold, I came across a site that had a adventure type game that was a takeoff on the SpaceQuest type series. It's an old Amega game in EGA graphics but still not bad. It has the old humor of the day and various parodies in the dialog, and it has voice overs. The voice overs are quite good.
The game is tough on some of the puzzles, cause they are so qurky, but a walkthrough is easy to find. It has some funny, halrious stuff in it.
The game can be found here:
Click on Flight of the Amazon
It does require an interface utility to run the game:
Which is free also.
I find these game so much more enjoyable then the newer stuff when publishers where more communal and things wern't so PC. People could laugh at themselves and others in a more lighthearted way. Now thing are so uptight that lawsuites seem to errupt over the most trivial of stuff. The world has become a sad place.