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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 ...
Charity James ...
Elaine Marley-Threepwood (voice)
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Charles L. Charles / LeChuck / Pirate C (voice)
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Ozzie Mandrill (voice)
Darryl Kurylo ...
Admiral Casaba - Monkey 3 (voice)
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Bagel the LUA Bar Patron / Heckler / Pegnose Pete / Pirate 6 (voice)
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Bank Manager / Gunner Sinkins / Pirate 5 (voice)
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Brittany the Bank Teller (voice)
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Caricature Artist / Ned (voice)
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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Clive the Jambalaya Tourist / Meathook (voice)
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Dainty Lady Figurehead (voice) (as Pamela Segal)
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Daisy / Mabel the Tourist (voice)
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Deadeye Dave / Thrawtle the Lucre Lawyer (voice)
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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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Trivia

When you are trying to pick up or use the trees standing around Pegnose Pete's secret bounty cave, Guybrush answers he's done with tossing cabers. Winning a game of caber tossing was one of the things Guybrush had to do in the previous game, The Curse of Monkey Island (1997). See more »

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Guybrush Threepwood: That's the second biggest monkey head I've ever seen!
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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 Sam and Max Hit the Road (1993) See more »

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The best of the four...
17 May 2001 | by See all my reviews

Normally, sequels are worse than their predecessors. This is generally more true for movies than computer games, but mostly holds true for computer-games too. Escape from Monkey Island is an exception to this. It is in my opinion the best of the four games, and then I think the three predecessors to this one were great too.

You will like this game the most if you have played the previous three, since there are a lot of flashbacks, and characters from the old games in this one, so you will miss out on a lot of the jokes and story if you haven't played them.

But if you did play the three other Monkey Island games, and loved them as I did, you MUST play this one. It is truly great, and everything is perfect. It's true they moved to 3D this time, but it wasn't at all disturbing as I thought it would be. The graphics is great, the story is even better, and the humor is fantastic! It's a must-play!

The monkeys are listening...


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