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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Ozzie Mandrill (voice)
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Peter Lurie ...
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Castenada the Chess Player / Judge Kahuna / Parrot / SCUMM Bartender (voice)
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Storyline

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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Trivia

The only Monkey Island game to not have Alexandra Boyd as the voice of Elaine Marley. This also explains why this is the only game in the series where Elaine speaks with a Northern-American accent instead of a British one. See more »

Quotes

Guybrush: Ozzie! I had a feeling you were working for LeChuck
Ozzie: I'm afraid you've got it backwards pirate boy LeChuck's working for me
Guybrush: Well that makes me feel better...
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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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Look! A three headed monkey!
25 March 2004 | by (Harlow, Essex, England) – See all my reviews

In days of yore, there was a pirate. Not a very good one. His name struck fear into the hearts of many a terrified schoolchild! Yes, This marks the return of everyones favourite pirate with a silly name: Guybrush Thropweed..erm...Threepwood. I found The Secret Of Monkey Island and Monkey Island II very good. It had laughs, the puzzles and good graphics. But....11 disks for the Commodore Amiga version of number Two! Appart from that, they were enjoyable because they were cleverly thought out. The graphics at the time where excellent. This one is a worthy addition to the series. It marks a departure for the point and click system: say hello to a 3d control system that makes the game a tad hard. Especially on a PS2! But it's a small niggle to a good game. Oh, if anyone finds out how to get through the gate in the swamp and fight Pegnose Pete, it would mean alot to me!! I'm that rubbish at it!


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