"I cursed my luck again as I slid down the monkey's throat. Have my dreams of guzzling grog and plundering galleons been reduced to this. "Three small trials and you're a pirate like us." Fair enough. If only I could stomach the foul brew these scurvy seadogs swilled, the rest would be easy. How could I have known I'd meet a powerful and beautiful woman with a jealous suitor too stupid to realize he'd been dead for years? And how can I crawl through this great stone monkey to find a man who walks three inches above the ground and sets fire to his beard every morning?"

Excerpted from "The Memoirs of Guybrush Threepwood: The Monkey Island Years"



When only few people knew what the Internet was, when the computer was a misterious machine that only the lucky ones possessed, when my sister was still a fan of Joey Tempest (whois Joey Tempest?)

In that misterious times, for us, the lucky ones, those possessing "the machine", there was only one indisputable hero.
That hero was a pirate, a mighty pirate, the mightiest of all pirates (no, it wasn't Jonny Depp. Jonny Depp was still a stupid teenager at that time). That hero was...


Guybrush Threepwood !! --->





You may know him for his decise attitude...
You may know him for his legendary courage...



...or for his mastery in sword fighting ...



You may know him for his award-winning pirate ship...



...or his mighty crew...



You may know him for his intricate love story with Governor Elaine...



...and his sworn enemy, the death pirate Lee Chuck... ehm...Guybrush!!
Guybrush Threepwood, the mightiest of all pirates, awaits you in the misterious Caribbean Islands for new fabulous adventures!!



Download The Secret of Monkey Island Saga from squakenet.org

Watch some video to have an idea of the game



This page is dedicated to all who love the Internet as it once was (without advertising, facebook, and blogs) and never will be anymore; those who used to spend days solving the misteries of Monkey Island, Indiana Jones and the Lemmings; those that used their computer responsibly and with intelligence, without losing touch with reality; those who knew that computer was a big game (but still a game) and the real life was somewhere else. This page is dedicated to the pioneers of videogaming and Internet, and those who loved the adventures of the mightiest of all pirates!
Watch out behind you... a three headed monkey!