Summary: no wait... This IS the best game I've ever played! This game (like all the other MI games) is perfect for anyone who likes point-and-click adventure games. Kids and adults alike should be able to enjoy this game immensely. Adventure games simply don't get any better than the ones in the Monkey Island series.
Wonderful Game- but a note for players on newer Windows Models
28 June 2012
Summary: This is truly a classic, completely entertaining from beginning to end. With a normal and harder "Mega Monkey Mode" the game maintains that classic Monkey Island charm. No matter how old I get, I still get stuck on the puzzles for an embarrassingly long amount of time (Quicksand anyone?) but every time I solve it (without a walkthrough, of course) I still feel a sense of triumph.
Summary: Not only was this game in the condition it was to be described the game itself is amazing. The whole monkey island series is probably the best click and direct series out there, very entertaining and it keeps you wanting to play more to find the next "clue to the puzzle". I have the whole series and this particular game is one of the best.
Summary: This game is a great addition to the serise and is very much worth getting. If you're a fan of the monkey island serise ( and like most people I'm sure you are) you will deffinately enjoy this one. One note though, you won't be able to play this game on any computers after windows ME so make sure you look up scummvm and download the program which will help you play the game perfectly.
Summary: Game designer/programmer Ron Gilbert is the equivalent of a folk hero for several thousands of old school adventure game fans. He was the brain behind 1987's Maniac Mansion, a seminal graphic adventure game with unprecedented atmosphere and storytelling; the brain behind 1990's The Secret of Monkey Island, another milestone that took absolutely everything about adventure games to the next level; and the brain behind 1991's Monkey Island 2, an epic, refined and outlandish...
Summary: While being a departure to the style of the first 2 monkey island games which had a darker tone, The Curse of Monkey is one of the best Lucas Art adventure games of the 90s. Having very memorable game moments, very funny witty humour, great atmospheric music, and beautiful styled graphics - I love the warped environment style and its one of my favourite art styles all of gaming.
Summary: I'm agree with all the 5 star reviews, but why this price of $79.99? is too much even when it was shipped the first time it wasn't so expensive. It should contain one single DVD and a fancy box at least!