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Chapter one begins
Entering the SCUMM bar
Talking to a pirate
The story unfolds (cutscene)
Guybrush announces his ambition
Guybrush getting his fortune told
The ghost pirate LeChuck in his lair
Part One: The Three Trials
Start on dock.
The world famous SCUMM Bar!
Overhead view of the island.
The immortal line - "I'm selling these fine leather jackets!"
The "troll" at the bridge reveals that he's just a guy in troll outfit.
Stan's previously owned vessals.
Checking out the ships at Stan's.
More of the forest.
Talking with a pirate on the road.
It's Hook Island!
The sherif. He's a jerk.
Road to governor's mansion.
Inside the governor's mansion.
The cute governor makes her entrance.
The beautiful governor and a reference to Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
The sheriff gloats.
This could be trouble...
Lucasfilm company logo
Game Start - At the docks
Any Monkey Island fan should know this line by heart...
The SCUMM Bar
Guybrush finds a decent looking pirate
Wanna buy a map?
House of Mojo
From left to right: The path to Elaine's mansion, the prision, and the church.
Melee Island Overview
The troll of the bridge
Stan's previously owned vessels
Captain Smirk's Strong Body Pirate Gym
Title Screen (EGA version)
The SCUMM Bar (EGA version)
Decent looking pirate (EGA version)
Important-looking pirates (EGA version)
Wanna buy a map? (EGA version)
House of Mojo (EGA version)
Enhanced version of Monkey Island: look at the menu.
The SCUMM Bar (VGA version)
That must've hurt! In case your wondering...the replies are "Where's my helmet" and "My name is Bobbin. Are you my mother?" (A line from Loom)
Outside the Governor's mansion - Animal rights notice
Training melee combat
The best part of Monkey Island: Combating other pirates!
Close-up of Guybrush Threepwood
Chapter 2. The Journey - Game Start, in the captain's quarters.
The EGA version supported CGA graphics as well--LucasFilm logo
The EGA version supported CGA graphics as well--Title screen
The Software Toolworks' five-language CD-ROM version.
On your ship with your mutinous crew. (EGA version)
Guybrush on the shores of Monkey Island. (EGA version)
The fort on Monkey Island. (EGA version)
The lookout point on Monkey Island. (EGA version)
The lookpoint in 256 colors. (VGA version)
Guybrush meets with governor Elaine Marley. (EGA version)
Meeting with Elaine, 256 colors. (VGA version)
Ahh, the magnificent title screen... :)
The immortal phrase :)
Dialogue choices in English
In a church. Note the slightly different and improved font of the commands in the FM Towns version
Visiting Otis in prison. There is more music in the FM Towns version compared to the PC floppy release. Not to mention it's CD quality
The deadly piranha poodles :)
Talking to the Voodoo Lady
At the SCUMM bar
Ask me about Loom :)
Meanwhile, under Monkey Island...
Melee Island overworld
Guybrush considers a circus career
I think I'll need that famous item to get through... :)
Talking to the troll
You can play the whole game in Japanese
Note the graphical design of inventory items in this version, as opposed to words in the PC floppy release
Japanese dialogue choices
The game starts with this classic line.
At the docks of Meleé Island.
One of the patrons at the SCUMM bar.
Entering the SCUMM bar.
Meeting with important looking pirates.
No, I don't want to buy a map!
In the jail.
Meeting in the alley.
The road to the governor's mansion.
Those poodles really are dangerous.
Overview of Meleé Island.
Being insulted by a troll.
Talking to Lookout
Entering SCUMM Bar
Talking to mean-looking pirate
Lechuck's ghost ship
Melee Island Map
Guybrush blasted into a pole
Overhead Melee Street
Talking to the Sheriff, Fester Shinetop
Guybrush showing his stuff
Training Against THE MACHINE
On deck with your crew of lazy bums.
In the crow's nest.
The ship's kitchen.
On the shore of Monkey Island (TM)!
Over head view of Monkey Island (TM)!
Of course it wouldn't be Monkey Island, without a monkey or two...
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