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name=Escape from Monkey Island|
 
name=Escape from Monkey Island|
 
release=2000|
 
release=2000|
alternateNames=Monkey Island 4;<br/>Monkey4; MI4;<br/>EFMI; EMI|
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alternateNames=Monkey Island 4, Monkey4,<br />MI4, EFMI, EMI|
publisher=[[LucasArts]]|
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publisher=Electronic Arts, [[LucasArts]]|
 
developer=[[LucasArts]]|
 
developer=[[LucasArts]]|
platforms=Macintosh, Playstation 2<br/>Windows|
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platforms=Mac OS, PlayStation 2,<br />Windows|
 
engine=GrimE|
 
engine=GrimE|
 
support=Not supported. [[Residual]] may<br/> support it in the distant future<br/>but this is far from promised.
 
support=Not supported. [[Residual]] may<br/> support it in the distant future<br/>but this is far from promised.
 
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'''Escape from Monkey Island''' was the fourth game in the [[Monkey Island series]], and the second game to use the GrimE [http://www.lua.org/ LUA]-based scripting language.  The game follows Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley as they return to Mêlée Island from their honeymoon.  There they discover that Elaine Marley's position of governor has been revoked, her mansion is scheduled to be demolished, and a politician named Charles L. Charles is running for the governorship.  Guybrush learns that the islands are being purchased one by one, and pirates are being forced out in favor of tacky Carribean-themed tourism.  Guybrush must find out who is threatening his way of life, piracy, and also find a way to save Elaine's mansion.
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'''Escape from Monkey Island''' was the fourth game in the [[Monkey Island series]], and the second game to use the GrimE [http://lua.org/ LUA]-based scripting language.  The game follows Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley as they return to Mêlée Island from their honeymoon.  There they discover that Elaine Marley's position of governor has been revoked, her mansion is scheduled to be demolished, and a politician named Charles L. Charles is running for the governorship.  Guybrush learns that the islands are being purchased one by one, and pirates are being forced out in favor of tacky Carribean-themed tourism.  Guybrush must find out who is threatening his way of life, piracy, and also find a way to save Elaine's mansion.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escape_From_Monkey_Island Wikipedia article on Escape from Monkey Island]
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escape_from_Monkey_Island Wikipedia article on Escape from Monkey Island]
  
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[[Category:GrimE Games]]
 
[[Category:Unsupported Games]]
 
[[Category:Unsupported Games]]
[[Category:GrimE Games]]
 

Revision as of 06:58, 19 August 2007

Escape from Monkey Island
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First release 2000
Also known as Monkey Island 4, Monkey4,
MI4, EFMI, EMI
Developed by LucasArts
Published by Electronic Arts, LucasArts
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms Mac OS, PlayStation 2,
Windows
Resolution (unknown)
Engine GrimE
Support Not supported. Residual may
support it in the distant future
but this is far from promised.
Available for
Purchase
No

Escape from Monkey Island was the fourth game in the Monkey Island series, and the second game to use the GrimE LUA-based scripting language. The game follows Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley as they return to Mêlée Island from their honeymoon. There they discover that Elaine Marley's position of governor has been revoked, her mansion is scheduled to be demolished, and a politician named Charles L. Charles is running for the governorship. Guybrush learns that the islands are being purchased one by one, and pirates are being forced out in favor of tacky Carribean-themed tourism. Guybrush must find out who is threatening his way of life, piracy, and also find a way to save Elaine's mansion.

External links

Wikipedia article on Escape from Monkey Island