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  • Publisher: Telltale Inc
  • Genre: Puzzle
  • Device: iPhone
  • Size: 320.5 MB
  • Version: 1.1
  • Price: $2.99
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App description: COMPLETE THE SAGA - THE ENTIRE SERIES IS NOW AVAILABLE!

Start your adventure!

NOTE: This app is compatible with an iPhone 3GS or third generation equivalent iPod or later.

"Rich in humor, character, puzzles, and reverence to its forerunners, this is the ultimate adventure game for Monkey Island fans." -TouchArcade
"Confident continuation of the franchise..." -PocketGamer
"Looks great and sounds even better; good puzzle variety; witty dialogue" -SlideToPlay

EPISODE 2: THE SIEGE OF SPINNER CAY
Guybrush's adventures continue on the high seas as pox-plagued pirates lay siege to the innocent Mer-People. In between defending and dodging the persistent pirate hunter hot on his trail, Guybrush manages to catch up to his beloved wife and despised arch-nemesis -- but their reunion is short-lived. Now Guybrush must focus on eradicating the Pox of LeChuck before more harm can be done. And as the Mighty Pirate draws closer to a cure, the waters will only grow murkier in this thrilling chapter of the epic saga.

* The second part of a five-episode saga with an intriguing storyline that becomes deeper and more entangled as it unfolds
* Series favorites Guybrush, LeChuck, Elaine, Stan, and the Voodoo Lady are joined by a new cast of characters
* Streamlined adventure gameplay with all the humor, romance, and swashbuckling excitement that made the franchise famous

Useful control tips:
* Two-finger touch to view selectable items on screen
* Double-tap to skip dialog
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12-14-2011, 07:16 AM
#2
Anyone wana bet that it will run as Laggy as the HD Version?

12-14-2011, 08:20 AM
#3
Im getting this. I enjoyed the first part. I hadnt played a new monkey island game since MI2.
12-14-2011, 12:43 PM
#4
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Sweden
Posts: 2,868
Quote:
Originally Posted by robertgarcia View Post
Im getting this. I enjoyed the first part. I hadnt played a new monkey island game since MI2.
Then you should at least give MI3 a good chance. Not up to par with MI1 and MI2 it might be, but it is still one of the better classic adventure/puzzle ever, and still full of that monkeying spirit

(The fourth Monkey Island title actually has many good moments as well, but ironically, thanks to the 3D graphics, it is looking rather dated now.)

I'm so glad Telltale finally saw the wisdom of releasing Tales for the iPhone/iPod Touch. Hopefully, they will inspire other iPad-specific developers to forego their own doubts about whether their game will be a good fit for the iPhone, and just let us decide (Jeff/Spiderweb, I'm looking at ya ).

Former editor in chief of teknikapan.se (due for an eventual relaunch)
Vocalist of Neverlast
Game Center/OpenFeint/Plus+/[insert arbitrary game network, online character or multiplayer account here]: Ayjona
12-14-2011, 12:58 PM
#5
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ayjona View Post
Then you should at least give MI3 a good chance. Not up to par with MI1 and MI2 it might be, but it is still one of the better classic adventure/puzzle ever, and still full of that monkeying spirit

(The fourth Monkey Island title actually has many good moments as well, but ironically, thanks to the 3D graphics, it is looking rather dated now.)

I'm so glad Telltale finally saw the wisdom of releasing Tales for the iPhone/iPod Touch. Hopefully, they will inspire other iPad-specific developers to forego their own doubts about whether their game will be a good fit for the iPhone, and just let us decide (Jeff/Spiderweb, I'm looking at ya ).

Is MI3 available for iPhone? I played MI1 and 20 years ago on my PC but then I stopped playing video games in the mid 90s for 20 years and I just started playing them again on my iPhone a few months ago. Tales 1 was very nice and I'll play 2 and 3 4 5.
12-14-2011, 01:22 PM
#6
Quote:
Originally Posted by robertgarcia View Post
Is MI3 available for iPhone? I played MI1 and 20 years ago on my PC but then I stopped playing video games in the mid 90s for 20 years and I just started playing them again on my iPhone a few months ago. Tales 1 was very nice and I'll play 2 and 3 4 5.

3 is available to play on the iPod touch through the Scumm Emulator and a copy of the original game. It's just the ship combat is difficult.

It's a shame the iPod/iPhone port isn't getting more love, it's absolutely amazing that this is playing on my iPod considering my computer lagged like crazy playing it.

Hopefully Back to the Future is next
12-14-2011, 01:24 PM
#7
Quote:
Originally Posted by elimcfly View Post
3 is available to play on the iPod touch through the Scumm Emulator and a copy of the original game. It's just the ship combat is difficult.

It's a shame the iPod/iPhone port isn't getting more love, it's absolutely amazing that this is playing on my iPod considering my computer lagged like crazy playing it.

Hopefully Back to the Future is next
On the graphic adventure department LOOM brings me good memories
12-14-2011, 06:15 PM
#8
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Sweden
Posts: 2,868
Quote:
Originally Posted by robertgarcia View Post
Is MI3 available for iPhone? I played MI1 and 20 years ago on my PC but then I stopped playing video games in the mid 90s for 20 years and I just started playing them again on my iPhone a few months ago. Tales 1 was very nice and I'll play 2 and 3 4 5.
If run through ScummVM (an adventure game emulator), it runs very well on most iDevices, but requires you to be jailbroken. Should you happen to be, it opens the door to hundreds of classic adventure games, and, should you lean towards that kind of experience, offers more fun than half of all the games in the App Store combined

As for gaming, yer story kinda resembles mine. One day I upped and realized I was no gamer anymore. The coming of iOS changed that, but only in a small way. I prefer it this way, by far

Former editor in chief of teknikapan.se (due for an eventual relaunch)
Vocalist of Neverlast
Game Center/OpenFeint/Plus+/[insert arbitrary game network, online character or multiplayer account here]: Ayjona
12-14-2011, 11:44 PM
#9
Episode 2 is great so far!

PS: Episode 1 is FREEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!! Go get it if you had any doubts!