The Secret Of Monkey Island (Amiga)


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The Secret Of Monkey Island (Amiga)

  • These are used game discs.
  • Tested and working, please note only tested to loading screen so the other disks haven’t been tested.
  • Please see the photos for the condition, no box or manuals are included.

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The Secret of Monkey Island is a 1990 point-and-click graphic adventure game developed and published by Lucasfilm Games. It takes place in a fictional version of the Caribbean during the age of piracy. The player assumes the role of Guybrush Threepwood, a young man who dreams of becoming a pirate and explores fictional islands while solving puzzles.

The game was conceived in 1988 by Lucasfilm employee Ron Gilbert, who designed it with Tim Schafer and Dave Grossman. Gilbert’s frustrations with contemporary adventure titles led him to make the player character‘s death almost impossible, which meant that gameplay focused the game on exploration. The atmosphere was based on that of the Pirates of the Caribbean theme park ride. The Secret of Monkey Island was the fifth game built with the SCUMM engine, which was heavily modified to include a more user-friendly interface.

The early releases of the game came with copy-protection. A cardboard wheel, named “Dial-a-Pirate”, was provided, and the player had to match the pirate shown on-screen with that of the wheel.[4]

Critics praised The Secret of Monkey Island for its humor, audiovisuals, and gameplay. Several publications list it among the greatest video games of all time.[5] The game spawned a number of sequels, collectively known as the Monkey Island series. Gilbert, Schafer and Grossman also led the development of the sequel Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge.[6] LucasArts released a remake of the original in 2009, which was also well received by the gaming press.

Another great Amiga game – The Cycles (Amiga)


Additional information

Weight 0.77 g
Dimensions 9.5 × 9 × 1.5 cm