What can I play Monkey Island on?

What can I play Monkey Island on?

Monkey Island
Publisher(s) LucasArts (1990–2010) Devolver Digital (2022)
Creator(s) Ron Gilbert
Writer(s) Ron Gilbert Dave Grossman Tim Schafer
Platform(s) Atari ST, Amiga, DOS, Windows, Classic Mac OS, macOS, Mega-CD, PlayStation 2, XBLA, WiiWare, PSN, iOS

How do you beat Monkey Island?

When you land in Stan’s used ship emporium, then pick up the bottle of root beer off the ground and use it on poor old LeChuck. Congratulations! You beat Monkey Island!

How many hours is Secret of Monkey Island?

So, too, is its length—at around six hours, assuming you suss every puzzle without too much trouble. It’s a game that’s going to cause some gamers, and we’ve all met the type, to stink up the place up with their thoughts on its value, based on some fictional ratio between money spent and screen time.

How long are the Monkey Island games?


Single-Player Polled Median
Main Story 105 8h
Main + Extras 19 9h
Completionists 45 9h 40m
All PlayStyles 169 8h 12m

How do you get grog in Monkey Island?

Guybrush Threepwood is able to order grog at the Gooddoup Hotel bar. He usually downs it after shouting ‘skoal!’

How do you get the sword master in Monkey Island?

Talk To the storekeeper and ask him about the Sword Master. When he leaves, follow him out of the shop and to the Fork on the island map. Inside, just go through every opening that he does, and eventually you’ll arrive at the [[Sword Master’s house]].

Can I visit Monkey Island?

First of all to get to Monkey Island you must travel by boat across and along the Panama Canal, which is an adventure in-and-of itself! Make sure you have a guide who is familiar with the operation of the Canal so that you can get the most out of the trip to the Island.

Do they still test on chimps?

As of 14 September, no U.S. labs will be conducting invasive research on chimps. Zero. That’s the number of labs that have applied for a permit to conduct invasive research on chimpanzees in the United States, as required by a new U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) rule.