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Jason Harang

List Name: My Lucasarts Games
Description: These are a list of my Lucasarts games. They are my favorite games, and the old ones are easily the best.

Note: Maniac Mansion (1987), Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders (1988), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade(1989), Loom(1990), and The Secret of Monkey Island (1990) were part of the Classic Adventures Pack.

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sorted in ascending orderGame TitleWill TradeComments
DOS (9 games total)
Indiana Jones and the Fate of AtlantisNoHal Barwood's original adventure game about Atlantis. If you're interested enough in the subject, this game is exceptional. Made in 1992 and later game out on CD with voice-talkie.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic AdventureNoFun game that wisely chooses not to follow the movie exactly. Slightly hard, but humor and fighting action makes up for it. Followed by not so worthy action game.
LoomNoStory-teller game that is very magical and fun. Never before has a game touched me like this one has.
LucasArts Classic AdventuresNo
Maniac MansionNoThe game that started it all. First game to use SCUMM and whacky. Highly recommended. Followed by Day of the Tentacle.
Maniac Mansion: Day of the TentacleNoSequel to Maniac Mansion, except Ron Gilbert's out of the picture now. If you are a big fan of the original you may be SLIGHTLY disappointed, but the original game is within this one as a great treat! If you haven' t played the original you'll probably enjoy this greatly, with it's better plot and time travel. Later released on CD with voice-talkie.
Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's RevengeNoSequel to The Secret of Monkey Island....this game is funny and one of my favorites.
Secret of Monkey Island, TheNoClassic in the old SCUMM days, great game. Followed by three sequels.
Zak McKracken and the Alien MindbendersNoGame very similar to Maniac Mansion. In this game you can travel to many different places in the world, but the game can be a bit too hard sometimes. Followed by fan sequel.
Windows (2 games total)
Curse of Monkey Island, TheNoThird installment in the Monkey Island series, with a whopping six year break in between. No longer created by Ron Gilbert, the game is very different from the first two, which may take die-hard fans awhile to a adjust to. However, the game is clever in making the game not dependent on the first two, so newcomers will not be confused at stuff they "don't get." But at the same time there are a few little references here and there. Now with voice-talkie, it has Guybrush's voice very bad, but you have the choice of text. Worst thing is the ending. Overall the game is very well made, considering the hard job they had.
Escape from Monkey IslandNoHighly disappointing fourth installment of the Monkey Island series with everything in 3-D and Grim Fandango controls. Too short and makes the mistake of having way too many references of the previous games, making newcomers confused. Puts a scar on the Monkey Island name.