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You can play the Monkey Island Insult sword fighting game from your browser

Play The Insult Sword Fighting Game From Your Browser

I am rubber you are glue! The interweb is now complete. Yes you can play the famous insult sword fighting game from Lucasarts Monkey Island right here on your browser. That clever modder Karza has done a service so great I think he should be given a T-shirt saying "I created this insult game and all I got was this lousy T-Shirt"
The game is well polished. You get an introduction just like in the original game with Guybrush Threepwood talking to two pirates around a camp fire. After a brief conversation you then select your opponent from the map and that's it you are thrust into your first insult sword fight. Featuring great retro music and sound effects this will bring back memories of the original. It features two difficulty settings, easy which contains insults from the original game and hard which takes insults from the third. All this and its free! Definitely added to my favourite links.

Play the game now

Rob Wainfur


  1. Outstanding blog post, I have marked your site so ideally I’ll see much more on this subject in the foreseeable future. get more info

  2. There's a flash version that has the insults of all the games in one. You have no chance to fail tho so it's quite unforgiving. managed to beat it a couple of years ago. here's the link


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