Monkey Island Game Cover

Picture Of Monkey Island


The cover for The Secret of Monkey Island, by Steve Purcell.

The picture is used to identify the video game The Secret of Monkey Island, a subject of public interest.

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Pirate Fiction

Today, pirate fiction is stronger than ever. No matter if you are looking into the world of books, movies, comics or any other form of entertainment, you can easily discover countless fictional worlds where pirates live their adventures on rough seas (or in some cases even space) and forge their code of honor and narrowly surviving incredible obstacles created by men, nature and even supernatural foes. While this type of fiction is very different from reality, it can wake up in us a spirit of adventure that regularly keeps our eyes glued to the page, film or stage.

Secret of the Monkey Island

Classic point and click adventure from the 90's.

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