Während Guybrush Threepwood mit viel Schall und Rauch dem teuflischen Piraten LeChuck seinen dämonischen Talisman entwendet, wird dabei unvermeidlicherweise die gesamte Karibik mit einem Voodoo-Zauber belegt, der alle Seefahrer in geradezu unbeherrschbare Piratenmonster verwandelt.
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Veröffentlichung: 7. Juli 2009
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Über dieses Spiel

Während Guybrush Threepwood mit viel Schall und Rauch dem teuflischen Piraten LeChuck seinen dämonischen Talisman entwendet, wird dabei unvermeidlicherweise die gesamte Karibik mit einem Voodoo-Zauber belegt, der alle Seefahrer in geradezu unbeherrschbare Piratenmonster verwandelt. Threepwood segelt hinaus in die sieben Weltmeere auf der Suche nach La Esponja Grande, einem legendären Seeschwamm mit unvergleichlichen Voodoo-Austilgungsfähigkeiten, und wird von einem skrupellosen Piratenjäger und einem gruseligen, französischen Arzt verfolgt und wer hätte gedacht, dass Guybrushs infektionsgeschwängerte Hand den Schlüssel zum Geheimnis ewigen Lebens birgt. Aber Guybrush ahnt nicht, dass seine Reise nur Teil eines viel größeren, dunkleren Plans ist, bei dem Gut und Böse nicht leicht auszumachen sind...
Wem kann Guybrush trauen? Wem kann er sich zuwenden? Alles, woran Sie glauben, wird in Tales of Monkey Island auf den Kopf gestellt bis hin zu einem unvergleichlichen Finale!

Über Kapitel Eins


Die Saga beginnt mit einem hitzigen Gefecht mit dem mutigen und auch etwas tollpatschigen Piraten™ Guybrush, seiner geliebten Gattin Elaine und ihrem schlimmsten Albtraum, dem Piraten LeChuck. Nachdem die entscheidende Kraftprobe in Flammen aufgeht, wacht Guybrush auf einer seltsamen Insel auf, auf der alle Winde immer landinwärts wehen. Wie wird unser Held von dieser meteorologischen Anomalie entkommen? Was wurde aus LeChuck und Elaine? Und was hat es mit den infektiösen Voodoo-Pocken auf sich, die sich über die ganze Karibik ausbreiten und die Guybrush und andere Piraten zu unbeherrschbaren Hooligans mutieren lässt? Dies sind nur einige der Fragen in diesem ersten Kapitel von einer der lustigsten Spielerlebnissen dieses Sommers.

Über Kapitel Zwei


Guybrushs Abenteuer auf hoher See geht weiter als pocken-infizierte Piraten sich drauf und dran machen die unschuldigen Mer-Menschen zu belagern. Während er die Mer-Menschen verteidigt und dabei ein ums andere Mal seinem Verfolger, dem Piratenjäger, entkommt gelingt es Guybrush seine geliebte Gattin wiederzufinden — aber das Wiedersehen ist nur von kurzer Dauer. Jetzt muss sich Guybrush darauf vorbereiten die Pocken von LeChuck auszuradieren, bebor sie mehr Unheil anrichten können. Und je näher der furchtlose Pirat einem Heilmittel näherkommt, so werden die Gewässer um ihn herum in diesem Kapitel der epischen Saga nur noch unheilvoller.

Über Kapitel Drei


In dem dritten Kapitel der Tales of Monkey Island begibt sich Guybrush (sprichwörtlich!) in die Tiefen auf seiner Suche nach den Anti-Voodoo Seeschwamm La Esponja Grande -- in die Tiefen der Gedärme einer gigantischen Seekuh!
Gefangen im Bauch einer Bestie begegnet unser Held überraschenderweise einigen Schiffbrüchiger, inklusive dem lange vermisst-geglaubten (und furchtbar zwangsneurotischen) Entdecker Coronado De Cava. Kann unser furchtlose Pirat das Vertrauen De Cavas gewinnen? Wird sich die sexy Piratenjägerin Morgan LeFlay als ruchlose Feindin herausstellen oder als unverhoffte Verbündete? Wird die Gruppe letztendlich La Esponja Grande rechtzeitig finden und Elaine vor LeChucks Pocken gerettet werden? Und wird die Welt von den knirschenden Zähnen eines gewissen dämonischen Schädels zertrümmert werden? Tales of Monkey Islands bislang spannendste Episode 'Lair of the Leviathan' wird einige dieser dringlichen Fragen beantworten -- und weitere Fragen eröffnen!

Über Kapitel Vier


Guybrush kehrt nach Flotsam Island zurück, aber es ist kein freudiges Willkommen. Guybrush wird von einem wütenden Mob verhaftet und den De Singe von der hinterhältigen Morgan LeFlay übergeben! Im Angesicht mit einem seidenzüngigen Ankläger und dem Henker im Nacken muss Guybrush sich selbst gegen die Anschuldigungen verteidigen. In der Zwischenzeit lenkt der entschlossene Marquise seine Aufmerksamkeit auf ein neues, attraktives Testobjekt. Wie, um Himmelswillen, kann der furchtlose Pirat diesem Schlamassel entkommen? Es bleibt Spannend in Tales of Monkey Islands:"The Trial and Execution of Guybrush Threepwood". Bereiten Sie sich auf eine schockierende Enthüllung vor, die die Welt im Mark erschüttern wird.

Über Kapitel Fünf


Unser Held steht dem ultimativen Gefecht mit dem Piratengott unmittelbar bevor. Kann die Welt von Monkey Island gerettet werden? Finden Sie es heraus in den Tales of Monkey Island und diesem spannenden Finale.

Systemvoraussetzungen

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP / Vista
    • Prozessor: 2.0 GHz + (3 GHz Pentium 4 oder vergleichbar rec.)
    • Speicher: 512MB (1GB rec.)
    • Grafik: 64MB DirectX 8.1-kompatible Grafikkarte (128MB rec.)
    • DirectX®: Version 9.0c oder besser
    • Sound: DirectX 8.1
    • Betriebssystem: Mac OS X 10.5 oder besser
    • Prozessor: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Speicher: 256 MB RAM
    • Grafik: Nicht empfohlen für: Macs mit integrierte Grafik
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Oktober
Warum schreibt steam, es ist NICHT auf deutsch?

Denn es ist auf Deutsch... komplett ;)

Super spiel, tolle Witze :)
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11 von 15 Personen (73%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. August
I cannot really say 100% if this game was worth it or not. I've played all the other Monkey Islands in the past, and besides Monkey Island 4, I enjoyed all of them.

I will review this game from different points of view:
1) CHARACTERS: Guybrush never gets boring, he is still able to make you laugh and give some funny commentaries on what is happening to him even if the situation seems hopeless. His wife Elaine is even more annoying than she ever was, and also this time she's one of the main causes of Guybrush's trouble. Le Chuck is seen for the first time as a human, and the Vodoo Lady has some nice corpse paint on her face. Even some old acquaintances have found their place in the game. There are a couple of good characters which worked well, like De Singe and Morgan, and the side characters also were well thought and hilarious (like the sailors belonging to De Cava's troupe). All characters were well thought and well designed.

2)STORY: The story is "innovative" and well thought, and has some nice little twists in it which keep you interested. The fact that it develops over 5 episodes, though, makes it sometimes "slow paced", but overall the whole idea works very well, and keeps you wanting to know what happens next.

3)GAMEPLAY: that's the main point which ruined the whole experience for me. Until the 4th episode I was able to manage everything by myself, without getting any "help" on the internet. Starting with the fourth episode, I had some troubles understanding the map the Voodoo Lady gives you to make the Esponja grow, and after some failed attempts I had to look it up to continue. The game also had a bug I could only solve thanks to a German blog, and some of the stuff I found in the fourth episode was pointless (the liquid glass, the wax, etc.), and made me loose a lot of time trying to find out how to use it. In episode 5 I got REALLY frustrated and had to look up for a solution too many times. I can say I am an experienced point&click adventurer and always manage to solve everything by myself, but this time the connections between objects and effect was "absurd" at times, so that I would never ever have thought about the combinations that were needed to go on. The whole going back and forth through the Crossroads was kind of an annoying time loss I would have avoided, and the "advises" the Voodoo Ladies gives you are not really helpful in finding out what to do next.

So, overall, the game was well done (even if there were some mistakes in the German synchronisation, and sometimes you could even hear the same guy giving voices to two different characters, which is never good), the story was nice and worked very well, but the Gameplay ruined my overall experience, so that I just wanted the game to finally be over in the last chapter.
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. November
The Monkey Island Series was and still is my favourite series of games to play.

This does not disappoint. It has the humour and puzzle fun of the Original series. It also has a much better interface and graphics. Oh and Elaine, Guybrush and Le Chuck, still the three greatest games characters ever created.

The end credits for each chapter should not be missed, they are hilarious and contain old favourites and nods to the original games. I just loved each chapter of the game.

Oh and no glitches. Take note you other games developers, this is how gaming should be done.
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6 von 8 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. September
Welcome back to the hilarious pirating world of Guybrush Threepwood. Aye, Matie - the nostalgic, comic, misadventures continue in this throw back of days gone by.

Fantastic point & click adventure from LucasArts. Great purchase on sale and highly recommended for fans of the genre. I remember this debut in 1990 on an old 386 SX 16 MHz.

This return has much improved graphics, great storyline, clever puzzles and the fun escape that video games draw us to.

Highly recommended after finishing Chapter 1. I will indeed complete the series in this one.
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9 von 14 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Oktober
I demand my money back. I wasn't supposed to break down in tears because of this game.
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. November
Just plain awesome and hilarious. I had a really hard time taking a break in between chapters because I wanted to know what was going to happen next. Highly recommend.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. September
Tales of Monkey Island (all the 5 chapters) are great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

great story,great puzzles and one of the funniest game of all time!

if you really like puzzle games or you are a fan of the monkey island games is a must buy!
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. Oktober
Tales is divisive among the Monkey Island fanbase. As a long time player, I happened to love it. In typical TTG fashion, the story even gets pretty emotional.
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. September
Guybrush ThreepWood Mighty Pirate! A 5 episode adventure filled with funny dialogue and brain cracking puzzles. Never gets so hard that you give up and yet not simple enough to be labelled a cakewalk either. Its monkeys and its just right.

7.5
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Januar
Beste Monkey Island Unterhaltung ;)

man muss nur die Datei "env_flotsamJungleNight.dlg" löschen, damit das Spiel ab Chapter 4 nicht dauer-crashed (oder auf Englisch spielen - was manch einem Gag durchaus gut tut)
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1 von 3 Personen (33%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Dezember 2011
Der absolut SCHLECHTESTE MonkeyIsland-Verschnitt den ich gesehen habe!
Man merkt das dies keine LucasArts-Produktion ist.
NICHT ZU EMPFEHLEN! Die Story ist lahm und gradlinig. Hat absolut nichts vom LucasArts-Charme. Die Grafikengine ist (wie alle Spiele von TellTale-Games) einfach nur schlecht, ineffizient, lahmt wie Sau und hässlich.
Die "Sprachunterstützung" ist komplett auf Englisch. Es gibt nicht mal Untertitel und das Menü ist auch auf Englisch.

Also man kann sehr gut ohne diese Geschichten leben.
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27 von 30 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. April
Tales of Monkey Island (all 5 chapters)

I thoroughly enjoyed Tales of Monkey Island, I simply couldn’t put the games down and finished all chapters within a few days. First off though I’ll say that I can’t recall if I have played the old Monkey Island games, and if I did it was when I was too young to remember the game’s title! So I won’t be basing my review of this game off of comparisons with previous games.

Puzzles
The puzzles are really well done, definitely what you’d expect from a good adventure game. Personally I enjoy puzzles that lean towards being logical and not being pixel hunting, and this game definitely satisfied me on that department. Usually when you need to find an item/ have found an item while exploring, you can pretty much imagine what you’d be able to do with the items. That doesn’t mean the puzzles are flat out easy though, it just means that you can fuzzily see how the solution would come about, but would need some more exploring or twists and turns to complete each step.

Controls
The controls are something I didn’t really like, you have to drag your mouse in the direction you want Guybrush to move, so it’s not as easy as clicking a point on the screen and having him walk there (certain highlighted areas excluded). Most of the time was spent “swiping” my mouse to and fro while holding down the left mouse button, which really gave my hand and wrist cramps (well, I was playing for long periods too, but no thanks carpal tunnel)! I tried using the keyboard arrow keys for a bit, but as they usual in 2D/3D games it’s clunky so I stuck with using the mouse.

Story
Story is good enough, none of it seems like filler, just quality swashbuckling pirate adventure! I really liked the character Morgan LeFlay, badass pirate hunter, and hope to see her around more! Other characters like the Voodoo Lady appear again and they are well developed as well. Bonus: so many innuendos!

Other aspects
Playtime for me was roughly 4 hours per chapter, which pretty much corresponds with the time on HowLongToBeat, totalling slightly less than 20 hours for me. Voice acting and soundtrack wise, they’re both great especially the voice acting (as expected), though I wish they could have some more loops for the background music.
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15 von 16 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. August 2013
It's sort of surreal to be playing what is essentially a spiritual successor to what is essentially a spiritual successor, but the game's alright, even if it feels like a charicature of the previous iterations.

I like the game. The 5-part episodic structure seems silly and always feels to me like a cash-grab. Each of the 5 episodes is tragically short so there aren't too many puzzles, but their solutions are as obtuse, but obvious as the older ones so at least it's being done right. The mechanics try to dumb-down the nature of point-and-click adventure as it forces the 2D characters into a very rough 2.5D/3D interpretation. I am quite unfond of the character models as they make it look poor, but that's because it's the same version of the game that was dumbed-down for mobile. The audio leverages references to the remarkable (not for sale) soundtracks of the originals so it's pretty good. The writing is adequate and brings in some really interesting characters, situations and concepts, although some of the older characters certainly don't seem like themselves, but that's the cost of being so far removed from the source. If they cleaned up the pointy-clicky bits and made the characters not look like beginner's guide to 3D, I would love this much more than I do.
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12 von 13 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2011
Monkey Island 1-2-3 un atmosferine yaklaşmış. Gayet lezzetli olmuş. nom nom

Oynanış Videosu : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEhONjj9nLA
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14 von 17 Personen (82%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Dezember 2013
I cannot believe I actually found a new Monkey Island adventure that felt as funny, challenging and interesting as the original old series. Lots of nostalgia feelings, quotes and recognizable characters and interactions that made this game so loveable. A must have for Monkey Island adventurers!
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11 von 13 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Februar
This is a franchise that I had grown up playing. It holds a really, really special place in my heart and I was so afraid of playing this game.

Prior to playing this game I had had no previous exposure to any Telltale games, little did I know that not only was this game in safe hands but it was in caring hands.

Yes the puzzles might be a little simple, but the soul of the game is the same, this is a Monkey Island game in everyway that it should be.

A more detailed review can be found here on my blog: http://mouseandcontroller.blogspot.com/2012/11/tales-of-monkey-island.html.
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9 von 11 Personen (82%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Dezember 2013
If you are a Monkey Island fan, this game will not disappoint. The episodic way Telltale put it out on is a little clunky on Steam, but totally fits in with previous titles in story progression. It's interesting, wacky, puzzle-solving piratry at its finest. I highly recommend burning a few hours on this game. It's full of twists and turns, love triangles, and multiple surprises. You will enjoy this game if you liked any of the previous Monkey Island titles.
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35 von 63 Personen (56%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. März
First and foremost I am a GIANT MI fan, I grew up playing 1,2 and COMI (we are pretending 4 does not exsist). My expectations were obviously too high for such a sub-par addition to an amazing series. As a standalone adventure game this might have been decent enough but it perverted a few core elements of the MI experience. First and foremost is the UNFORGIVABLE control scheme that was obviously puked into exsistence so that Telltale could make these games work on console. Thanks to the way the controls are set up many puzzles can be solved by furious mashing of the keyboard and mouse. I am also not a fan of the story and lackluster (in comparison to 1,2, and 3's) artwork.

Guybrush starts as a "famous pirate"... that was the first part I hated as guybrush is supposed to be a bumbling idiot savant, not some hyped up pirate celebrity. Also the whole trying to shoehorn in another romance thing just for the sake of drama was very UUUUGGGHHHH worthy. The artwork was much too chibi and telltale esque, Monkey Island simply has not ever translated well to 3d and this is far from the exception. Overall it is worth getting if you like adventure games, but will likely be dissapointing if you are a true fan of the MI series.

EDIT: For those saying I did not even play it long enough to form an opinion, I played these before they were on steam then added them later during a holiday sale.
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4 von 6 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. Dezember 2013
A nice ending to the 5 part series of Tales of Monkey Island. I had previosuly played Curse of Monkey Island, and there were a couple things to get used to. The some-what awkward camera changes, the saving lag spikes, and some of the REALLY random puzzles I admit to looking up.

By no means is this a bad game, I loved the game and the story. You may not want to buy it at full price though, I bought it at 75% off, so for 5 episodes at around $8.75, that's a pretty good deal. Each of the tales are funny and challenging, and just like in Curse of Monkey Island , ask "What's Sharper, Your Sword or Your Wit?".

I played this alongside one other person, and I found it more enjoyable, as two heads trying to solve the logical puzzles helped when I couldn't solve something or vice versa. Fans of the series will enjoy this game!

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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Juni
More like random thoughts than a review.

Chapter 1- A good start to the Tell-Tale Monkey Island set. I spent the majority of this chapter with a big grin on my face along with occasional chuckles. I love me some Monkey Island..

Chapter 2 - was good as well, Winslow is really beginning to become a favorite character. "Uh... the map.. I like it when you point on the map sir.."

Chapter 3- Oh man! I'm so happy Murray made an appearance. I was starting to get worried, he is my favorite evil demonic skull.

Chapter 4 - Not really my favorite.. I didn't find as many chuckles and it was darker.

Chapter 5 - As far as endings go, it was alright. I wasn't fond of "standing still until I can finally click on something" near the end.
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