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Sprache, Deutsch, Englisch. Altersfreigabe · USK · USK ab 0 freigegeben · PEGI · PEGI ab 12+ Jahren empfohlen. Flucht von Monkey Island (englischer Originaltitel Escape from Monkey Island) ist der vierte Teil. Viele übersetzte Beispielsätze mit "Monkey Island" – Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch und Suchmaschine für Millionen von Deutsch-Übersetzungen. Monkey Island [ˈmʌŋki ˈaɪlənd] ist eine fünfteilige Grafik-Adventurereihe nach einer Idee von Escape from Monkey Island ist der einzige Titel, der eine deutsche Titel-Übersetzung bekam.

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The Curse of Monkey Island introduces three, and Escape from Monkey Island , which revisits some of the older islands, features three new islands as well.

As such, the "Tri-Island area" actually comprises a total of 13 visitable islands. Other islands in the region are considered under the umbrella of Tri-Island Area as well, even though not directly governed by Elaine include: The Gulf of Melange has its own set of islands: Monkey Island and Dinky Island are not officially part of any island area, but nonetheless are central to the series' overall back-story and canon.

The games have a wide cast of characters, many of which reappear throughout the series. Each entry in the series revolves around three main characters: Several other characters such as the Voodoo Lady, Stan the salesman, Murray the Demonic Talking Skull and Herman Toothrot make multiple appearances within the series as well.

So with The Secret of Monkey Island TM I wanted to create a game that had the same flavor, but where you could step off the boat and enter that whole storybook world.

The banjo music in the opening menu of the third game is also very reminiscent of the banjo music at the beginning of the ride.

Additional references are made to Disneyland and theme parks in general throughout the series, including Guybrush finding an E ticket.

An iPhone version was also released on July 23, The game starts off with the main character Guybrush Threepwood stating "I want to be a pirate!

During the perilous pirate trials, he meets the beautiful governor Elaine Marley, with whom he falls in love, unaware that the ghost pirate LeChuck also has his eyes on her.

When Elaine is kidnapped, Guybrush procures crew and ship to track LeChuck down, defeat him and rescue his love. The second game, Monkey Island 2: As Guybrush, with a treasure chest in hand, and Elaine hang onto ropes in a void, he tells her the story of the game.

He has decided to find the greatest of all treasures , that of Big Whoop. Unwittingly, he helps revive LeChuck, who is now in zombie form.

Guybrush is eventually captured by his nemesis, but escapes with help from Wally and finds the treasure only to find himself dangling from a rope, as depicted at the beginning of the game.

As Guybrush concludes his story, his rope breaks and he finds himself facing LeChuck, whom he finally defeats using voodoo. The surrealistic ending is open to a number of interpretations.

The Curse of Monkey Island , the third in the series, was exclusively available for PC Windows in after a 6-year hiatus.

The Curse of Monkey Island was released after what could be said to be the biggest technological change in the gaming industry.

Monkey Island I and II were originally released on floppy discs with text dialog only. The visuals of the third installment was also an advance over the old game, using a cel animation style.

The Curse of Monkey Island is the only game in the series to feature this style of animation; subsequent games used 3D polygon animation. Guybrush unwittingly turns Elaine into a gold statue with a cursed ring, and she is soon stolen by pirates.

He tracks her down before searching for a ring that can lift the curse. LeChuck appears in a fiery demon form, and is on the heels of Guybrush until a stand-off in LeChuck's amusement park ride, Monkey Mountain.

When Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley return from their honeymoon, they find that Elaine has been declared officially dead, her mansion is under destruction order, and her position as governor is up for election.

Guybrush investigates and unearths a conspiracy by LeChuck and evil real estate developer Ozzie Mandrill to use a voodoo talisman, "The Ultimate Insult," to make all pirates docile in order to turn the Caribbean into a center of tourism.

Unlike other installments, Tales is an episodic adventure consisting of five different episodes. The first episode was released on July 7, with the last one released on December 8, During a heated battle with his nemesis, the evil pirate LeChuck, Guybrush unwittingly unleashes an insidious pox that rapidly spreads across the Caribbean, turning pirates into zombie-like monsters.

The Voodoo Lady sends Guybrush in search of a legendary sea sponge to stem the epidemic, but this seemingly straightforward quest has surprises around every corner.

Right now what I gather is LA is focused on building AAA titles internally but honestly we don't talk much these days.

There has also been some speculation on Telltale Games forums about a possible sequel to Tales of Monkey Island , although this was dismissed by Gilbert, who stated, "Basically, when we were working on Tales , I understood that I'm too old for that job now" in an interview with Edge in March The Tales team claims that, despite a considerably increasing fanbase since —10, there are not any plans to continue the series within the next five-year interval.

Ron Gilbert has been quoted in November as not being optimistic about the franchise's future, believing that Disney might abandon the franchise in favour of Pirates of the Caribbean ; [8] however, in December , he was also quoted as wishing to contact Disney, hoping to "make the game he wants to make".

In May , Disney Interactive announced that they would cease production on gaming and transition to a licensing model. I'll pay actual money for them.

In , fans of the series launched an online petition in support of Ron Gilbert, asking Disney to sell the franchise to him; as of June , the petition has gathered about signatures.

Steve Purcell created the concept paintings and Ted Elliott wrote the story. However, during development the film was cancelled.

Concept art of the film was released via Purcell's official blog. In , fan site World of Monkey Island was contacted by an anonymous source who told them that Ted Elliot had written the script for the film who before then remained unknown to the project.

Elliot would later go on to write the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, the scripts for the first two of which appear to have been adapted from the aborted project.

The games in the series share several minigames , puzzles, in-jokes , and references. Each game contains a map puzzle, wherein Guybrush must use an unconventional map to find his way through a maze.

In the second game, Guybrush must use a song from a dream sequence to find his way through LeChuck's dungeon. The third game is the reverse of this, as the instructions the player receives are traditional directions and need to be used on a theatre light board.

The fourth game has a set of directions based on time, and the fifth based on animal sounds and the direction of the wind and finally a map to get one of the items needed for "The Feast of the Senses".

Each game features a sequence of some sort, where players must gather the ingredients to create an item. Then, later in the game, the player has to create the item again, but this time around with improvised materials.

In 'Secret', Guybrush must brew a voodoo concoction but, lacking ingredients, must improvise with the contents of his inventory, leading to amusing puns.

In Monkey Island 2, at two points of the game, Guybrush has to create a voodoo doll, one of Largo LaGrande with legitimate ingredients, and one of LeChuck with improvised ingredients.

The same goes with the hangover medicine in 'Curse' and the Ultimate Insult in 'Escape'. Later 'Tales' requires Guybrush to put together a 'feast of the senses' to increase the size of La Esponja Grande, and later track down a reversed recipe for the 'diet of the senses'.

Each game also contains a minigame based on learning and repetition of a sequence in order to become more proficient: Insult Sword fighting in the first and third games, a number-based "password" as well as a spitting contest in the second, banjo fighting in the third, insult arm wrestling and Monkey Kombat in the fourth, and Pirate Face-Off in the fifth.

The first, second and fourth games also feature a puzzle which involves following another character through several locations, a trick also used in Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis.

Some other minigames include naval cannon battles, and platform diving. The Monkey Island series is full of spoofs, in-jokes , humorous references, and Easter eggs: Running gags include lines such as "Look behind you, a three-headed monkey!

No, that IS the largest conch shell I've ever seen! The Secret of Monkey Island poked fun at rival company Sierra 's game-over screens.

For example, when Guybrush falls off a cliff, a "game over" window appears, but then Guybrush bounces back to the top of the cliff, explaining that he landed in a "rubber tree".

Also, when Guybrush stays underwater for more than ten minutes, he dies and a "game over" dialog box identical to that of Sierra's King's Quest series appears, giving the player an option to restore a saved game and jokingly stating: The "stump joke" made fun about the use of multiple floppy disks for one program, but was not initially recognized by gamers as a joke.

In "The Secret of Monkey Island", Guybrush comes across a passageway hidden beneath a stump, at which point a screen says to insert Disk No.

Later, in "The Curse of Monkey Island", Guybrush looks through a crack in the ceiling of an underground crypt to find himself peeking out of the same stump.

Ron Gilbert has openly admitted that sections of Monkey Island 2 borrowed extensively from the original Pirates of the Caribbean Disneyland ride , such as the famous "dog holding the keys to the jail-cell".

He has also said that he thought the second movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest may have 'borrowed' from the Monkey Island series.

These are replaced by the purple tentacle from yet another LucasArts adventure game Day of the Tentacle in the special edition versions. There are many comic references to various Lucas projects, especially Star Wars.

For instance, in Curse, when you click on the fort that has been damaged by cannon fire from LeChuck's ship, Guybrush replies "That's funny, the damage doesn't look as bad from out here," which is C-3PO's line after he and R2-D2 escape from Princess Leia's ship in the escape pod.

The Empire Strikes Back. None of the games explicitly reveal the "Secret of Monkey Island" although creator Ron Gilbert has stated that the secret was not revealed in any of the games, and that the true secret would be revealed if he got to work on the fifth entry in the series.

He singled out the game's writing, characters and plot structure as its best elements. The reviewer also praised the control scheme, noting that it allows the player to "more or less forget about the specifics of what [they are] physically doing Writing for The One , Paul Presley stated that "Lucasfilm appears to have taken all of the elements that worked in its previous releases and, not only incorporated them into this tale of scurvy swashbuckling, but even improved on them in the process!

He also lauded its "hilarious storyline, strong characters and For an adventure you'll long remember, raise your cup of grog".

Like the original release, The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition received positive reviews from critics. Sean Ely of GamePro praised its updated audio, and said that the new graphics "blow the old clunker visuals He cited its script, humor, plot, puzzles and balanced difficulty level as high points, and finished, " The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition is impressive, hilarious and downright worth your money.

He summarized it as "one of the best times you'll ever have pointing and clicking", and noted that "few games are this funny.

He finished by stating that "few games can stand the test of time with such confidence". The Secret of Monkey Island spawned four sequels.

The first, Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge , was released in and focuses on LeChuck's return. Elements of the game have appeared elsewhere in popular culture.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Michael Land Patrick Mundy. Tim Schafer left, photo and Dave Grossman right, photo co-wrote the game's plot with Gilbert and supplied programming.

Below the scene, the game displays the list of the verb commands and items in the player's inventory in a point-and-click menu.

The same scene in the special edition. The verb portion of the screen has been removed as part of a control overhaul, while the background artwork has been made more elaborate to build a much more vibrant environment.

Archived from the original on June 23, — via Internet Archive. Archived from the original on December 14, Retrieved December 14, The Monkey Island Interview".

Archived from the original on February 14, Retrieved December 10, The Secret of Monkey Island".

Archived from the original on February 4, Retrieved November 26, Archived from the original on November 9, The Secret of Monkey Island Manual.

Tension and the tentacle". The Secret of Monkey Island. Archived from the original on June 10, Archived from the original on March 1, Retrieved February 13, Retrieved November 15, Archived from the original on October 5, Archived from the original on August 12, Archived from the original on December 23, Archived from the original on July 23, Retrieved March 21, Archived from the original on June 20, Retrieved June 21, The Ultimate Retro Companion.

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Archived from the original on April 2, The Secret of Monkey Island: Archived from the original on May 27, Special Edition release info".

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Archived from the original on April 29, Retrieved July 7, Special Edition for Xbox Reviews". Special Edition for PlayStation 3 Reviews".

Archived from the original on September 9, Retrieved December 15, Archived from the original on September 22, Archived from the original on August 4, Archived from the original on December 8,

The Curse of Monkey Island introduces three, and Escape from Monkey Island , which revisits some of the older islands, features three new islands as well.

As such, the "Tri-Island area" actually comprises a total of 13 visitable islands. Other islands in the region are considered under the umbrella of Tri-Island Area as well, even though not directly governed by Elaine include: The Gulf of Melange has its own set of islands: Monkey Island and Dinky Island are not officially part of any island area, but nonetheless are central to the series' overall back-story and canon.

The games have a wide cast of characters, many of which reappear throughout the series. Each entry in the series revolves around three main characters: Several other characters such as the Voodoo Lady, Stan the salesman, Murray the Demonic Talking Skull and Herman Toothrot make multiple appearances within the series as well.

So with The Secret of Monkey Island TM I wanted to create a game that had the same flavor, but where you could step off the boat and enter that whole storybook world.

The banjo music in the opening menu of the third game is also very reminiscent of the banjo music at the beginning of the ride. Additional references are made to Disneyland and theme parks in general throughout the series, including Guybrush finding an E ticket.

An iPhone version was also released on July 23, The game starts off with the main character Guybrush Threepwood stating "I want to be a pirate!

During the perilous pirate trials, he meets the beautiful governor Elaine Marley, with whom he falls in love, unaware that the ghost pirate LeChuck also has his eyes on her.

When Elaine is kidnapped, Guybrush procures crew and ship to track LeChuck down, defeat him and rescue his love.

The second game, Monkey Island 2: As Guybrush, with a treasure chest in hand, and Elaine hang onto ropes in a void, he tells her the story of the game.

He has decided to find the greatest of all treasures , that of Big Whoop. Unwittingly, he helps revive LeChuck, who is now in zombie form. Guybrush is eventually captured by his nemesis, but escapes with help from Wally and finds the treasure only to find himself dangling from a rope, as depicted at the beginning of the game.

As Guybrush concludes his story, his rope breaks and he finds himself facing LeChuck, whom he finally defeats using voodoo.

The surrealistic ending is open to a number of interpretations. The Curse of Monkey Island , the third in the series, was exclusively available for PC Windows in after a 6-year hiatus.

The Curse of Monkey Island was released after what could be said to be the biggest technological change in the gaming industry.

Monkey Island I and II were originally released on floppy discs with text dialog only. The visuals of the third installment was also an advance over the old game, using a cel animation style.

The Curse of Monkey Island is the only game in the series to feature this style of animation; subsequent games used 3D polygon animation.

Guybrush unwittingly turns Elaine into a gold statue with a cursed ring, and she is soon stolen by pirates. He tracks her down before searching for a ring that can lift the curse.

LeChuck appears in a fiery demon form, and is on the heels of Guybrush until a stand-off in LeChuck's amusement park ride, Monkey Mountain.

When Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley return from their honeymoon, they find that Elaine has been declared officially dead, her mansion is under destruction order, and her position as governor is up for election.

Guybrush investigates and unearths a conspiracy by LeChuck and evil real estate developer Ozzie Mandrill to use a voodoo talisman, "The Ultimate Insult," to make all pirates docile in order to turn the Caribbean into a center of tourism.

Unlike other installments, Tales is an episodic adventure consisting of five different episodes. The first episode was released on July 7, with the last one released on December 8, During a heated battle with his nemesis, the evil pirate LeChuck, Guybrush unwittingly unleashes an insidious pox that rapidly spreads across the Caribbean, turning pirates into zombie-like monsters.

The Voodoo Lady sends Guybrush in search of a legendary sea sponge to stem the epidemic, but this seemingly straightforward quest has surprises around every corner.

Right now what I gather is LA is focused on building AAA titles internally but honestly we don't talk much these days. There has also been some speculation on Telltale Games forums about a possible sequel to Tales of Monkey Island , although this was dismissed by Gilbert, who stated, "Basically, when we were working on Tales , I understood that I'm too old for that job now" in an interview with Edge in March The Tales team claims that, despite a considerably increasing fanbase since —10, there are not any plans to continue the series within the next five-year interval.

Ron Gilbert has been quoted in November as not being optimistic about the franchise's future, believing that Disney might abandon the franchise in favour of Pirates of the Caribbean ; [8] however, in December , he was also quoted as wishing to contact Disney, hoping to "make the game he wants to make".

In May , Disney Interactive announced that they would cease production on gaming and transition to a licensing model.

I'll pay actual money for them. In , fans of the series launched an online petition in support of Ron Gilbert, asking Disney to sell the franchise to him; as of June , the petition has gathered about signatures.

Steve Purcell created the concept paintings and Ted Elliott wrote the story. However, during development the film was cancelled. Concept art of the film was released via Purcell's official blog.

In , fan site World of Monkey Island was contacted by an anonymous source who told them that Ted Elliot had written the script for the film who before then remained unknown to the project.

Elliot would later go on to write the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, the scripts for the first two of which appear to have been adapted from the aborted project.

The games in the series share several minigames , puzzles, in-jokes , and references. Each game contains a map puzzle, wherein Guybrush must use an unconventional map to find his way through a maze.

In the second game, Guybrush must use a song from a dream sequence to find his way through LeChuck's dungeon. The third game is the reverse of this, as the instructions the player receives are traditional directions and need to be used on a theatre light board.

The fourth game has a set of directions based on time, and the fifth based on animal sounds and the direction of the wind and finally a map to get one of the items needed for "The Feast of the Senses".

Each game features a sequence of some sort, where players must gather the ingredients to create an item. Then, later in the game, the player has to create the item again, but this time around with improvised materials.

In 'Secret', Guybrush must brew a voodoo concoction but, lacking ingredients, must improvise with the contents of his inventory, leading to amusing puns.

In Monkey Island 2, at two points of the game, Guybrush has to create a voodoo doll, one of Largo LaGrande with legitimate ingredients, and one of LeChuck with improvised ingredients.

The same goes with the hangover medicine in 'Curse' and the Ultimate Insult in 'Escape'. Later 'Tales' requires Guybrush to put together a 'feast of the senses' to increase the size of La Esponja Grande, and later track down a reversed recipe for the 'diet of the senses'.

Each game also contains a minigame based on learning and repetition of a sequence in order to become more proficient: Insult Sword fighting in the first and third games, a number-based "password" as well as a spitting contest in the second, banjo fighting in the third, insult arm wrestling and Monkey Kombat in the fourth, and Pirate Face-Off in the fifth.

The first, second and fourth games also feature a puzzle which involves following another character through several locations, a trick also used in Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis.

Some other minigames include naval cannon battles, and platform diving. The Monkey Island series is full of spoofs, in-jokes , humorous references, and Easter eggs: Running gags include lines such as "Look behind you, a three-headed monkey!

No, that IS the largest conch shell I've ever seen! The Secret of Monkey Island poked fun at rival company Sierra 's game-over screens.

For example, when Guybrush falls off a cliff, a "game over" window appears, but then Guybrush bounces back to the top of the cliff, explaining that he landed in a "rubber tree".

Also, when Guybrush stays underwater for more than ten minutes, he dies and a "game over" dialog box identical to that of Sierra's King's Quest series appears, giving the player an option to restore a saved game and jokingly stating: The "stump joke" made fun about the use of multiple floppy disks for one program, but was not initially recognized by gamers as a joke.

In "The Secret of Monkey Island", Guybrush comes across a passageway hidden beneath a stump, at which point a screen says to insert Disk No.

Later, in "The Curse of Monkey Island", Guybrush looks through a crack in the ceiling of an underground crypt to find himself peeking out of the same stump.

Ron Gilbert has openly admitted that sections of Monkey Island 2 borrowed extensively from the original Pirates of the Caribbean Disneyland ride , such as the famous "dog holding the keys to the jail-cell".

He has also said that he thought the second movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest may have 'borrowed' from the Monkey Island series.

These are replaced by the purple tentacle from yet another LucasArts adventure game Day of the Tentacle in the special edition versions.

There are many comic references to various Lucas projects, especially Star Wars. For instance, in Curse, when you click on the fort that has been damaged by cannon fire from LeChuck's ship, Guybrush replies "That's funny, the damage doesn't look as bad from out here," which is C-3PO's line after he and R2-D2 escape from Princess Leia's ship in the escape pod.

The Empire Strikes Back. None of the games explicitly reveal the "Secret of Monkey Island" although creator Ron Gilbert has stated that the secret was not revealed in any of the games, and that the true secret would be revealed if he got to work on the fifth entry in the series.

According to Gilbert, it "sold well" but was "never a big hit" [52]. Grossman later summarized that the game's sales were "north of ,, far south of 1 million".

Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser of Dragon praised the designers' attention to detail, and cited the game's humor as a high point. Although they believed that the game was too expensive, they summarized it as "a highly enjoyable graphic adventure replete with interesting puzzles, a fantastic Roland soundtrack, superb VGA graphics, smooth-scrolling animation, and some of the funniest lines ever seen on your computer screen.

His favorite aspect was the fine-tuned difficulty level, which he believed was "just right". He ended his review, "At last an adventure game that's enjoyable rather than frustrating.

He summarized it as "utterly enthralling". ACE ' s Steve Cooke also found the controls convenient, and he praised the game's atmosphere.

He wrote that, "in graphics and sound terms Monkey Island , along with King's Quest V , is currently at the head of the pack. He singled out the game's writing, characters and plot structure as its best elements.

The reviewer also praised the control scheme, noting that it allows the player to "more or less forget about the specifics of what [they are] physically doing Writing for The One , Paul Presley stated that "Lucasfilm appears to have taken all of the elements that worked in its previous releases and, not only incorporated them into this tale of scurvy swashbuckling, but even improved on them in the process!

He also lauded its "hilarious storyline, strong characters and For an adventure you'll long remember, raise your cup of grog".

Like the original release, The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition received positive reviews from critics.

Sean Ely of GamePro praised its updated audio, and said that the new graphics "blow the old clunker visuals He cited its script, humor, plot, puzzles and balanced difficulty level as high points, and finished, " The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition is impressive, hilarious and downright worth your money.

He summarized it as "one of the best times you'll ever have pointing and clicking", and noted that "few games are this funny.

He finished by stating that "few games can stand the test of time with such confidence". The Secret of Monkey Island spawned four sequels.

The first, Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge , was released in and focuses on LeChuck's return. Elements of the game have appeared elsewhere in popular culture.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Michael Land Patrick Mundy. Tim Schafer left, photo and Dave Grossman right, photo co-wrote the game's plot with Gilbert and supplied programming.

Below the scene, the game displays the list of the verb commands and items in the player's inventory in a point-and-click menu.

The same scene in the special edition. The verb portion of the screen has been removed as part of a control overhaul, while the background artwork has been made more elaborate to build a much more vibrant environment.

Archived from the original on June 23, — via Internet Archive. Archived from the original on December 14, Retrieved December 14, The Monkey Island Interview".

Archived from the original on February 14, Retrieved December 10, The Secret of Monkey Island". Archived from the original on February 4, Retrieved November 26, Archived from the original on November 9, The Secret of Monkey Island Manual.

Tension and the tentacle". The Secret of Monkey Island. Archived from the original on June 10, Archived from the original on March 1, Retrieved February 13, Retrieved November 15, Archived from the original on October 5, Archived from the original on August 12, Archived from the original on December 23, Archived from the original on July 23, Retrieved March 21, Archived from the original on June 20, Retrieved June 21, The Ultimate Retro Companion.

Maniac Mansion " Flash Video. Archived from the original on March 24, Retrieved March 23, Archived from the original on November 16, Archived from the original on January 29, Archived from the original on July 12, Archived from the original on October 21, Archived from the original on November 26, Archived from the original on October 24, Special Edition Tech Info".

Archived from the original on April 2, The Secret of Monkey Island: Archived from the original on May 27, Special Edition release info". Archived from the original on April 26, Archived from the original on July 7, Retrieved November 16, Archived from the original on June 21, Retrieved November 3, Computer and Video Games Archived from the original on September 4, Retrieved September 4, Tim Schafer at Double Fine".

Archived from the original on July 9, Archived from the original on June 6, Archived from the original on April 27, Retrieved December 21, Archived from the original on April 8, Retrieved March 25, Archived from the original on January 30, Retrieved November 18, Archived from the original on September 18, Retrieved September 16, Retrieved April 5,

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