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Posted by James on 4th November 09 - Comments: 0
Apologies about the huge amount of spam in the comments recently. A couple of months ago I added reCAPTCHA which worked for a while, but now somehow seems to be useless against spam bots.
So, I've disabled the ability to comment until I can come up with a better solution (maybe that won't be until I release the new version of the site). If anyone has any questions or suggestions you'll have to let me know by private message or with the contact area.
Again, sorry to anyone who got a load of 'new comment on your creation' emails.
Posted by James on 1st June 09 - Comments: 16
In a surprise move, close to a decade after the release of the last in the series, it was announced today that Telltale Games will be developing the episodic Tales of Monkey Island, with the first installment to be released July 7th on PC. Many of the original team are involved with the project too, including Dave Grossman, Mike Stemmle and Dominic Armato as the voice of Guybrush.
LucasArts also revealed that they are creating a Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition for PC and Xbox Live Arcade, featuring enhanced graphics and voiceovers!
(For anyone who's unaware, Monkey Island was another adventure game series released by LucasArts which is similar in style to Grim Fandango.) Latest News from our Hosted Sites: - Site Information and About Pages Are Up A Lift Underground - Lost Souls Alliance - Track 25 The Blue Casket
Random Fan Art
By Eric Hughes - 11th May 05 - Comments: 2
A painting of Manny from Year 2 of the game. Thanks to Randy for sending this in on Eric's behalf
By MannyAQUE - Gallery - 29th November 06 - Comments: 3
Don't be too happy, I would like it too (GF2). This is my very first 3D model of manny in grim2. Sorry for the cubic look...Took long to render.
By Leegrimfan - Gallery - 24th March 07 - Comments: 3
This is it folks, the last of the cafe's. The challenge has been dead for a few weeks now, and these were the last two. Great job everyone who partici...
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Millymoo_22 (guest) 03 Nov 09
Hey mister, we don't want your Ugg boots. Thanks for the comment though
Guest 01 Nov 09
Now THIS would make an outstanding movie, giving us not only the chance to see Manny & co. again, but also to give Burton a perfect chance to display all his weirdo talent. If somebody could do such a flick, that's him.
christain f alavar 07 Oct 09
i like this because this is my favorite