Returning from their honeymoon, Guybrush and Elaine find that Elaine has been declared dead, a ruthless Australian land developer is buying up the Caribbean, and all are in a race to discover the terrible secret of the Ultimate Insult.

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Dominic Armato ...
Antonio Fernández Muñoz ...
Spanish Guybrush Threepwood
Charity James ...
Elsa Pinillos ...
Spanish Elaine Marley-Threepwood
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Ozzie Mandrill (voice)
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Peter Lurie ...
Pamala Tyson ...
Carla the Swordmaster (voice) (as Pamela Tyson)
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Castenada the Chess Player / Judge Kahuna / Parrot / SCUMM Bartender (voice)
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Dainty Lady Figurehead (voice) (as Pamela Segal)
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As they return from their honeymoon, Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley face yet another adventure: Elaine disappears (again) and is being declared dead - her mansion is scheduled for demolition and a scumbag politician with a suspicious name is after her job as governor. It is up to Guybrush to save his wife, and maybe... the world? Written by Meir Sadan <meir@sadan.com>

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6 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Monkey Island 4  »

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The character Guybrush Threepwood ranked #3 in Computer Gaming World's November 1996 listing of the 15 most memorable game heroes. See more »

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[Upon being told that a core belief in LeChuck's church is LeChuck's marriage to Elaine]
Guybrush Threepwood: Elaine can't marry LeChuck; she's already married!
Reverend Rasputin: The first church of LeChuck (orthodox) doesn't recognize Elaine's blasphemous marriage to the... Anti-LeChuck.
Guybrush Threepwood: Who?
Reverend Rasputin: The evil Anti-LeChuck, "He-Whose-Name-Must-Not-Be-Spoken".
Guybrush Threepwood: Guybrush Threepwood?
Reverend Rasputin: Ack, you said the name! Blasphemer!
Guybrush Threepwood: I'M the Anti-LeChuck?
Reverend Rasputin: Hahahaha. Don't be silly. The Anti-LeChuck is three meters tall, has a prehensile tail, a forked tongue, ...
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Crazy Credits

After the end credits have played out, Guybrush can be heard calling for assistance from the bottom of the cliff. He shouts the names of various people, including George Lucas and finally "Jar Jar". See more »

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References THX 1138 (1971) See more »

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Makes me wish I could play part II and III.
16 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

Yes, I played the first game and this one. I missed out on part two and three which is a bit sad as I apparently miss LeChuck as a zombie and demon. I also missed the amusement park and I am sure there were quite a few funny moments and puzzles to be had there. This one is rather funny too, and a rather straight forward kind of game. I really only had difficulty in one section and that is only because I was pushing the wrong button like an idiot. Speaking of idiots, Guybrush Threepwood is back and after a brief skirmish out on the high seas he and his wife return home to find out someone has taken over as governor of the island. There is an Australian making fools of the pirates when they do the insult sword duel and he seems to have an evil scheme. The local bar has become a nice little restaurant where you get your meal served to you on a conveyor belt, you get to go to a cool place and try to out cliff dive some dude, and you of course end up once again at Monkey Island! So lots of comedy bits, the game progresses rather smoothly to be sure with very little thinking needing to be done to get by most of the puzzles. A little more challenge could have helped a bit, and maybe some various endings or something but all in all an amusing game.


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