LucasArts is partnering with episodic gaming guru Telltale to revive the beloved Secret of Monkey Island adventure games. The first episode of Tales of Monkey Island will premiere July 7 on WiiWare with four additional episodes to follow. Telltale is well versed in the art of episodic gaming with series like Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People and the new Sam & Max adventures. The developer even has artists and designers that worked on the original Monkey Island games.
Tales of Monkey Island again stars Guybrush Threepwood in a story that sounds a bit reminiscent of Pirates of the Caribbean. Threepwood accidentally releases a voodoo pox that transforms pirates into monsters.
"The Monkey Island series set the standard for storytelling and character development in games," said Telltale CEO Dan Connors. "The next several months should be filled with all kinds of surprises as we continue the dramatic stories of Guybrush, Elaine and LeChuck."
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