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Tales Of Monkey Island For £4.95 - And Thats The Full Season Too!


Play Like a Pirate This Weekend!
Full Tales of Monkey Island for $4.95!


Avast me hearties! This Sunday, September 19 be International Talk Like a Pirate Day, and -- barnacles be danged -- we be celebratin' the entire weekend. The big news: we be takin' our sabers to our beauty of a pirate game and slashin' the p rice by 30 doubloons so that ye can Play Like a Pirate. This weekend and this weekend only, Tales of Monkey Island be $4.95. Yes, fer the full season, and yes ye be eligible fer the free end-of-season DVD (you pay shipping and handling).



The sale starts now and ends erlie on the morn of Monday September 20 (all times PST). Smartly navigate ye vessel (or ye browser) to our special International Talk Like a Pirate Day page to place yer order before the blasted privateers (or worse, LeChuck) catch wind of the booty and send it to the briny depths of Davy Jones' Locker! Don't be forgettin' to fill yer coffers with the other bounty available in our store including the Tales of Monkey Island Deluxe Edition, art portfolio, drinking vessel, and voodoo card set!

Claim yer treasure! The complete season of Tales of Monkey Island for only $4.95! Savvy?

The Great Adventure Bundle 2010
Sam & Max Game Unlocked In Final Days!




The Great Adventure Bundle 2010 sale is almost over: The last day to purchase the bundle is Monday, September 20! That's not all: We've decided to unlock Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space early in appreciation of all the support this bundle has received. Now, anyone who has or will pick up The Great Adventure Bundle gets all six of the adventure games included in the bundle for on ly $19.95! And 25% of the proceeds from every single bundle sold go to one, or all, of the five charitable organizations we've selected, so it's for a great cause!

The Great Adventure Bundle includes Whispered World, Jack Keane, King's Quest Collection, Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain Slick Precipice of Darkness - Episode 1, Puzzle Agent, and Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space. The five charitable causes include Child's Play, the World Wildlife Fund, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Nyota e.V.

Purchase The Great Adventure Bundle - 6 great games for a great price and for a great cause!

How To Talk Like a Pirate

The Telltale Games team looks forward to this day all year! This Sunday, September 19 is International Talk Like a Pirate Day and as purveyors of a pirate- themed game (Tales of Monkey Island), we d like to give our fans the basics of pirate speech.

Pirate speech has its intricacies, but before diving head first into talking like a pirate you should know some simple pirate jargon, courtesy of our friends at TalkLikeAPirate.com.

Ahoy » Hello or hey.
Avast! » Stop and give me (the speaker) attention.
Aye! » Yes, or agreement!
Aye aye! » Yes or agreement just less so than a simple aye.
Arrr! » Yes, agreement, no, di sagreement, ouch, anger, happiness, etc.

Telltale Tip for Facebook users: You can have your Facebook page talk like a pirate! At the very bottom of your page on the left side, click on English US (or whatever language is displayed). When the Select Your Language box appears, click on English; in the drop-down menu, choose English (Pirate) and check your page. Remember, you can change back to your original language any time.

For more pirate lingo, visit the original Talk Like a Pirate Day site.

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Telltale Blasts into PAX



The annual Penny-Arcade Expo has come and gone and Telltale was there in full effect. We announced Poker Night at the Inventory, which features some of the biggest characters in video games and released some new information on our upcoming Back to the Future game. Our presence at PAX this year was bigger than ever before; we had our booth where fans could play some of our games and purchase Telltale merch; huge escalator banners that everyone coming and going could see; and a DeLorean time machine in the South Lobby!

See more of the cosplayers that stopped by the DeLorean!
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