With the gash left by the LucasArts shutdown still a bit raw, this one’s either going to feel like salt in the wound or a spark of hope.
Ron Gilbert, creator of LucasArts’ much-loved Monkey Island series, has published a list outlining the sequel he’d make if he could. The bad news: he swears up and down that he’s not making it. Yet.
For those of you who don’t keep track of where legendary game developers end up (Hey! Everyone needs a hobby), here’s what you need to know: after leaving LucasArts in the early 90s, Gilbert went on to found Humongous Entertainment (remember Putt-Putt or Freddi Fish? That was them), which is now owned by Atari. In 2010, he joined DoubleFine, the game development house which you’d remember as having one of the biggest Kickstarters ever, led by fellow LucasArts alum and industry legend Tim Schafer. Last month…
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