Return to Monkey Island: A ten-second clip shows the iconic Melee Island
Dave Grossman has released a ten-second gameplay clip showing the Melee Island pier and the exterior of the famous Scumm Bar.
Return to Monkey Island is back in a new ten-second clip posted on Twitter by Dave Grossman. The very short video, which you can see in the tweet below, shows our fearsome pirate Guybrush Threepwood as he walks the pier of the iconic Melee Island . In the background you can see a cursed ship and the sign of the historic Scumm Bar that longtime fans will certainly remember.
New surveillance video for #MonkeyIslandMonday ! Strange man seen striding purposefully on Melee dock, ignoring the pelicans and bar as though he had somewhere to be, some devilish puzzle to solve… @grumpygamer have you seen this? pic.twitter.com/Hplm9h9IHc
– LeDave Grossman (@phrenopolis) July 18, 2022
Unfortunately, the movie does not offer us further details regarding the puzzle and the interface, but it allows us to take a further look at the new Melee Island and the renewed graphics that recently has been the subject of heavy criticism from those fans who would have wanted a return. to pixel art graphics.
Let’s read the official description of the game:
A daredevil pirate returns! Return to Monkey Island marks the unexpected and exciting return of series creator Ron Gilbert and is the sequel to the legendary adventures The Secret of Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge. Inside, players can enjoy modern point-and-click gameplay as they explore islands and solve puzzles. Return to Monkey Island is a console time exclusive coming to Nintendo Switch this year.
Before leaving, we remind you that Return to Monkey Island does not yet have a release date. The highly anticipated new chapter of the historic point and click series will be available by 2022 on PC and exclusively on Nintendo Switch consoles.