- Platform: Windows 95
- ELSPA Minimum Age: 11
- Media: Video Game
Regarded as not just the best graphic adventures of all time but also the funniest this high value pack includes the original two games in the series and the newer Curse of Monkey Island.
In this Guybrush Threepwood once again takes up dull blade and rapier wit against the nefarious demon pirate LeChuck. Guybrush must save his one true love, Elaine Marley, from turning into the evil pirate's zombie bride. However, hoping to marry Elaine himself, Guybrush unknowingly slips a cursed ring onto her finger, transforming her into a gold statue. He must then find a way to change Elaine back to her beautiful self and stop LeChuck from carrying out his sinister plans. Aye, 'tis a rollicking adventure that is sure to challenge the mind and shiver a few timbers.
Needs an extra software download to play on newer computers but just as good to play as everPublished 11 months ago by Cat Wilson
Brilliant timeless games and excellent present for any monkey island fan!
Had a few problems setting up as old operating systems were used but my sister was able to sort them... Read more
Dont read the reviews just get it!!!! look how everyone has rated it 5 stars! you couldnt give it any less. I am going to lump all the Monkey Island games together in this review. Read morePublished on 10 July 2008 by Snowy3
Mokey Island(tm) games are just the best fun in the world to play. This package is really good no changing disks every few minutes in MI 1+2 lke i have been doing till now. Read morePublished on 23 Feb. 2007 by Ms. Rebecca M. James
I played all 4 Monkey Island games as and when they first came out. Of course I first played MI1 back when all I had was an Atari ST!! Read morePublished on 27 Jan. 2007 by Mr. D. A. Short
I have had the monkey island games all my life and have been playing them since I was 8, they are the best games i have ever
played and i love them. Read more
Monkey Island has to be the best franchise of puzzle adventure games ever! I bought the first game when it came out 13 years ago and now in 2003 i still absolutely love it! Read morePublished on 5 April 2003