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Submitted by GregMicek 294d ago | news

Monkey Island Vet Heads Back to Adventuring on Kickstarter

Greg Micek writes: "It’s pretty much the law that as a PC gamer you must look back at the extensive library of LucasArts adventure games with fond memories. Even if you never played a minute of Grim Fandango, Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion, or any of the others; it is expected that somewhere deep in your soul you acknowledge the greatness of the LucasArts adventure titles. With those fond memories (whether or not they’re yours doesn’t matter) comes the desire to re-live those golden days of disk swapping, pc speaker booping, and absurd item collecting. Thankfully, one of the core values of Kickstarter as a company is to help recreate that gaming golden age for the modern generation; or so it seems." (Android, Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler, PC)

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