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Ron Gilbert in Another Monkey Island?
Written by  Spirit - Friday, 19 April 2013  (0 Comments )

Well, hope is the last one to die so maybe someday we will see Ron Gilbert back at one of the most brilliant games that was ever published, The Secret of Monkey Island. Author of the first two episodes, he wrote a long post over at Grumpy Gamer, talking about how he won't be making another Monkey Island, how there aren't any plans to make another Monkey Island and how there is no new Monkey Island in works. But, if he made another Monkey Island...

 

Secret of Monkey Island

For starters, he pretends that all games after Monkey Island 2 do not exist. A good point, I should say. And if he did get the chance, he would make an "enhanced low-res" hardcore adventure game on a rebuilt version of the SCUMM engine. He pictures a game with a box, dialog puzzles, no verbs, no tutorials or hint systems or pansy-assed puzzles.

 

Monkey Island 2

 

For those of you that remember Monkey Island's 2 Largo Embargo (see picture) and the three headed monkeys that usually crawl up behind you, you can not help yourself but root for Ron Gilbert getting another crack at this amazing series that he created with so much humor.

Here is the final point concerning a game that he won't be making:

"Seventeen - The game would be the game I wanted to make.  I don't want the pressure of trying to make the game you want me to make.  I would vanish for long periods of time. I would not constantly keep you up-to-date or be feeding the hype-machine.  I'd show stuff that excited me or amused me.  If you let me do those things, you will love the game. That, I promise."

 

 

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