Reviews and Problems with The Curse of Monkey Island
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The game fights like a cow!
I. Qureshi, Amazon
22 August 2014
Summary: I was introduced to this game when I was in 4th grade and my cousin came over with the disc...it was so frustrating! I couldn't understand the clues, and was stuck time and time again (hint: spacebar highlights anything clickable) and didn't touch it after schoolwork took over (ah, the compromises of youth...) Now a few years older and having finished the game (3x), I have to say that this is one of the finest games ever made.
Summary: This game is one of the funniest you'll find out there! From it's bizarre puzzles to it's cast of characters that will have you crying tears of laughter with their clever dialogue. If you have any sense of humor and need a good laugh, I would recommend this game to you.
Summary: This third game is still my favorite in the Monkey Island series. It was the first I bought, and it originally came with MI1 and MI2 as well, so I played them first. I miss the days of adventure games.
The giant, un-cursed diamond in LucasArts's crown!
3 August 2013
Summary: The Curse of Monkey Island, I love this game. It made my childhood. Everything was done right in this game. For a game made in 1997, it seems ahead of it's time with it's fun gameplay, outstanding voice acting, hilarious dialogue, original story, and beautiful graphics! And who can forget the main protagonist; Guybrush Threepwood, Might Pirate?
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.