Ron Gilbert, creator of Monkey Island, has asked Disney to sell back his gaming IP.
Six new Lucasfilm classics have appeared DRM-free on GOG.com.
Cast your mind back to 1991, when PC gaming consisted almost entirely of pointing at things, then clicking on them. It was so much simpler then. Apart from all the impossibly hard puzzles that could only be solved by combining random objects in an arbitrary order, of course.
Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert is not currently working on a new Monkey Island game. He wants to make that clear.
Ron Gilbert wishes he owned the rights to Money Island and Maniac Mansion, two of the games he co-created while at LucasArts.
Eurogamer is standing in a dark dungeon of a room in a ridiculous ark-shaped building in west London. Cloth flames flicker melodramatically in the corner, and a bearded man is wiggling a fake skull behind our head. That would be Tim Schafer, he of Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango immortality.
Seen the trailer for the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie? Well a bloke called Ron Gilbert has, and he's not too happy about it.