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The Monkey Island Bounty Pack: The Secret of Monkey Island / Monkey Island 2, LeChuck's Revenge / The Curse of Monkey Island

Platform : Windows 95
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  • A swashbuckling adventure.
  • Meet your unlikely hero, Guybush Threepwood.
  • The sassy chick Elaine Marley.
  • Meet the mad, bad and dangerous to know zombie pirate LeChuck.
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  • Platform:   Windows 95
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 11
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B00004UBJN
  • Release Date: 19 July 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,474 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Follow the hapless hero Guybrush Threepwood through his first three adventures on Monkey Island: The Secret of Monkey Island, LeChuck's Revenge: Monkey Island 2, and Curse of Monkey Island.

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.


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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 May 2004
The 'point-and-click' adventure game seems, sadly, all but dead now, but once they were the biggest thing in the gaming world. In the heyday of the genre, LucasArts was without a doubt the leader of the pack, and Monkey Island 1 & 2 were their crowning achievements. These are games that pretty much made everyone who played them get caught up in their piratey world, fall in love with the characters, and become haunted by the insanely catchy theme music.
Other reviews have outlined the basic premises, but suffice to say, you should play these games in order. The few references to past events that occur won't be lost on you, and it's quite satisfying to play it out as a saga.
'The Secret Of Monkey Island' is just essential gaming, its enchanting, addictive, often hilarious, and very satisfying.
But 'Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge' is probably the finest of the series - like 'The Godfather Part II' impossibly managing to expand on the greatness of the original and make it better in every way. Brimming with humour and a truly gripping storyline involving voodoo and treasure maps, it also has the best score for a computer game ever (as well as the awesome main theme and villain theme, you get oodles more great tunes as you explore the game, which is a pure joy).
'The Curse Of Monkey Island' was much-maligned upon release, many bemoaned creator Ron Gilbert's absence from the project, and a slightly awkward explanation for the second game's controversial ending. But unlike 'The Godfather Part III', to continue the gangster movie parallels (sorry if this is lost on you), this is more essential adventuring.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Lister on 23 Sept. 2007
"I've spoken with apes more polite then you."

"I'm glad to hear you attended your family reunion..."

The Secret of Monkey Island's insult contests are utterly typical of a series of classic adventure games from Lucasarts (then Lucasfilm).

It was somewhat inevitable that the emergence of 3D graphics would effectively spell the end of the point 'n' click adventure. But, thankfully, the lame Escape From Monkey Island is conspicuously absent from this essential three-game pack. Guybrush Threepwood's perennial skirmish with the evil ghost pirate Lechuck was best realised by Ron Gilbert in the first two instalments, but The Curse of Monkey Island is written with such irreverent passion it's impossible to dislike.

Star ratings are no use - these games are still oceans ahead of the competition. I'm preaching to the converted, of course. The games' sparkling wit, rich atmosphere, and their adorable steel drum soul, is well documented. But the Monkey Island legacy transcends simple notions of nostalgia; you can keep your Elder Scrolls and your Broken Swords - there's enough pure adventuring fun here to last another 15 years.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Aug. 2003
Monkey Island was my favourite game when I was a kid and this set is a must buy:
The Secret of Monkey Island: we meet wannabe pirate Guybrush Threepwood who must undergo three trials to become a pirate but then the evil pirate Lechuck kidnaps Governor Marley who Guybrush falls in love with, great hilarity ensues with fab one liners in-jokes, insult sword fighting and puzzles that aren’t to easy or difficult.
The game will take you about 20 hours the first time round but if you know exactly what your doing or use a solution it can be done in under three hours! The game uses the famous SCUMM engine where you put together various verbs to create sentences that will make Guybrush carry that sentence out eg: give pieces of eight to Man.
Overall great game 5/5
Monkey Island 2: Lechucks Revenge: is harder, and even more hilarious than the first. This time Guybrush is looking for the treasure of Big Whoop but accidentally resurrects the Ghost Pirate Lechuck in the process in the form of a zombie this time.
It uses the same interface as the original, just longer and more challenging.
This one gets 5/5 as well.
The graphics and sound are dated in the first two but its all right for 1990/1 and this version of “Secret” has a CD soundtrack – great music.
The curse of Monkey island: This one sees Guybrush proposing to Governor Marley but unfortunately gives her a cursed ring and she turns to gold – as if that wasn’t bad enough she gets stolen, and Lechuck has once again been resurrected, this time as a Demon. The SCUMM interface has been jacked in favour of full screen animation with an interface where you hold down the cursor on “hotspots” and choose “pick up” “talk” “use” etc.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. R. Dunning on 1 Jun. 2006
I only played this game a few weeks ago but it is soooooo good. I have a PS2 and lots of new games for it but this had dragged me away from it. The First game is good but the worst of the three of them, still amazing though. The Second is buy far the best. I dont know what it is about it but it is just amazing. Then there is the third. It has one key featue which boosts its ratings in my book. VOICES!!! I was getting a little boared with the first two, having to read evrything but this one, has VOICES. It is just 1 key thing that makes the game so much more enjoyable.

The storyline in the three are quite similar. Girl gets captured by dead pirate. You (Guybrush Threepwood) have to go to an island (Monekey mostly) and save her. But it is still fun.

Some of the things that are said and done in the games are hilarious. They have produces alot of laughs from me which is rare from a computor game.

Overall, a great game (or should i say games). It just shows you, you dont need all these hi-tech graphix and things to make a truly great game.
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