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2010: A Review
Updated: 03 Jan, 2011
A look back on the year 2010 with polls.
2011: A Review
Updated: 28 Dec, 2011
A review of 2011 and the result of our polls.
2012: A review
Updated: 31 Dec, 2012
Wait, didn't we write something like this a year ago?
2013: A Review
Updated: 30 Dec, 2013
2013, how was it?
2016: A Review
Updated: 26 Dec, 2016
It… was a year, alright.
2017: A Review
Updated: 28 Dec, 2017
Brexit, Trump, and we turned 20.
Be Grateful to Telltale
Updated: 17 Nov, 2014
Jason thinks adventure fans need a reality check when it comes to what the successful studio owes them. (Hint: nothing)
Excerpts from the Slack: Psychonauts 2 Trailer Reactions
Updated: 14 Dec, 2018
A chat log from the Mojo admin Slack channel documenting staffers' reactions to the Psychonauts 2 trailer.
Updated: 17 Sep, 2017
We go back to the woods, asking ourselves: “Were we right?” (Of course we were!)
Indiana Jones and the Iron Phoenix: The Lost Sequel to Fate of Atlantis
Updated: 09 Jul, 2016
A look at the cancelled follow-up to Fate of Atlantis, under development at LucasArts from 1993-1995.
Insecticide: What the Hell Happened There?
Updated: 10 Jul, 2018
We harassed Mike Levine and Larry Ahern until they gave us all the dirty laundry on their...beleaguered 2008 game, the only release from their label Crackpot Entertainment.
LucasArts' Secret History: Day of the Tentacle
Updated: 13 Oct, 2008
Grossman and Schafer's directorial debuts.
LucasArts' Secret History: Escape from Monkey Island
Updated: 23 Feb, 2010
LucasArts' last adventure game until market realities hit.
LucasArts' Secret History: Full Throttle
Updated: 25 Jan, 2009
Tim Schafer jumps on a bike and gives us Full Throttle.
LucasArts' Secret History: Grim Fandango
Updated: 30 Aug, 2009
Tim Schafer's last game for LucasArts might be his best.
LucasArts' Secret History: Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
Updated: 01 Sep, 2008
Some might feel this was a better fit for Indy than crystal skulls were.
LucasArts' Secret History: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Updated: 22 Apr, 2008
Ron Gilbert whips SCUMM one step further with this Indy game.
LucasArts' Secret History: Loom
Updated: 29 May, 2008
Screw verbs; let's ROCK those puzzles instead!
LucasArts' Secret History: Maniac Mansion
Updated: 29 Jan, 2008
A young stallion named 'Ron Gilbert' springs onto the scene.
LucasArts' Secret History: Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
Updated: 04 Aug, 2008
Quite possibly the best sequel to have happened to anybody ever.
LucasArts' Secret History: Sam & Max Hit the Road
Updated: 08 Dec, 2008
After numerous LucasArts cameos, the duo finally gets their own game.
LucasArts' Secret History: The Curse of Monkey Island
Updated: 21 May, 2009
The first Monkey Island sequel sans Ron Gilbert, and one that spawned a new generation of fans at that.
LucasArts' Secret History: The Dig
Updated: 10 Mar, 2009
The game that probably literally ate project leaders finally was released with Sean Clark at the helm.
LucasArts' Secret History: The Secret of Monkey Island
Updated: 30 Jun, 2008
The game responsible for this site. We think it's OK.
LucasArts' Secret History: Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders
Updated: 09 Mar, 2008
Remember when LucasArts liked adventure games? Jason does, and so he took a trip back in time.
Mojo will remember that: A look at Games that out-TTGs TTG
Updated: 29 Sep, 2017
Games that out-TTGs TTG.
Mojo's Most Liked Games
Updated: 30 Sep, 2017
We turn 20, you voted, we report.
Mojo: 10 Years and Counting
Updated: 09 Oct, 2013
In 1997, Gabez wrote an article looking back at ten years of Mojo. He also made us all look bad, though that might have been somewhat appropriate.
Monkey Island: From EGA to VGA
Updated: 31 Oct, 2018
elTee deep dives into unchartered waters.
PAX East 2016
Updated: 21 Aug, 2016
Jennifer went to PAX! Read all about it!
Planet of the Pop Culture References
Updated: 01 Sep, 2011
The inspirations for the Falstein, Moriarty, and Clark versions of The Dig.
Return to Double Fine
Updated: 05 Aug, 2002
For the second year in a row, Mojo gets the grand circle tour of Double Fine Productions, home of Tim Schafer and his gang. Unlike our first visit, this time we actually knew what game they were working on (Psychonauts), and were graced by the additional presence of LucasArts legend Dave Grossman.
Running GOG Escape from Monkey Island under Wine on macOS
Updated: 23 Jun, 2018
Yes, you can play EMI on the Mac. Kind of.
Still Lost in a Theme Park
Updated: 06 Dec, 2014
Or: How the post-Gilbert Monkey Island games understood the infamous subtext better than you think
The Kinda, Sorta, But Not Really Secret History of Sam & Max: Freelance Police
Updated: 03 May, 2011
All the dirt in one place.
The Maniac Mansion TV Show: At a Glance
Updated: 04 Aug, 2010
A look at the TV show based on the Lucasarts adventure game.
Tim Schafer Should Never Stop Making Video Games
Updated: 30 Mar, 2012
Jason gets cheesed off by an opinion article on CHUD that states the opposite, and states his own opinion.
Trip to Double Fine
Updated: 29 Jul, 2001
We visit Tim Schafer at his new company: Double Fine Productions.
What the Hell is Wrong with LucasArts?
Updated: 03 May, 2011
Remember what happened on March 3rd, 2004? No? Well, here's a reminder on that dark day in LucasArts history.
When did Indiana Jones become a cult game series?
Updated: 17 Apr, 2013
I mean honestly.
Willow Looks Great, And Your Movie Doesn’t
Updated: 12 Dec, 2018
Modern fantasy/adventure movies look considerably worse than the thirty-year-old Willow, and Jason is pissed about it. We decided to let him air out his long-incubating grievances in this editorial, because at least this way he’s not hurting anybody.