Tales of Monkey Island follows the age-old tradition of previous Monkey Island games 12 Feb, 2019 / 3 comments

Those of us of a certain age will remember how the Monkey Island games were unavailable for literal years, because . . . Well, who knows why, but it’s probably safe to assume LucasArts liked to pretend they didn’t exist.

Not surprisingly, what with TTG taking a nosedive, Tales of Monkey Island is now part of this tradition. The game has been scrubbed from Steam and GOG, though, as is usual, you can still download it if you have already bought it.

Will this mean pirating under the guise of "abandonware" will start occurring again? Who knows, but this feels like 2002 all over again.

Thanks to LucasArts Adventure Fans for the news, and my apologies if we already posted this and I forgot about it.

Source: LucasArts Adventure Fans



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    ThunderPeel2001 on 13 Feb, 2019, 22:49…
    Eep :(
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    AlfredJ on 13 Feb, 2019, 08:15…


    Unholy, this.

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    Kroms on 12 Feb, 2019, 17:01…
    Unholy, this.

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