The Mighty If!

251 notes

Well, folks, it’s a sad day. Disney has decided to shut the doors on game developer LucasArts, the game development studio founded in 1982. While this isn’t exactly unexpected, and their point-and-click adventure days (which many consider to have been the company’s heyday) are long past, I still think that it’s okay to mourn a company that gave us not just one or two, but several of the greatest video games ever made. The game boxes shown here are from the era of their history that I personally loved most, but even these were a fraction of their output, which included many more fantastic titles over the years. For those of us who played them at their best, I believe LucasArts will always hold a special place in our hearts.

You can check out an extensive list of their titles here.  

Filed under video games history loss lucasarts adventure games nostalgia

  1. andybor reblogged this from fyeah-adventure-games
  2. davidlynchhung reblogged this from themightyif
  3. thedrake reblogged this from axeman72 and added:
    Miti.
  4. onepercentaboutanything reblogged this from axeman72
  5. fabribart reblogged this from axeman72
  6. axeman72 reblogged this from unoetrino and added:
    Eccetto DIG… fatti tutti… :-)
  7. fezonil reblogged this from unoetrino and added:
    è stata l infanzia migliore che potevo desiderare
  8. unoetrino reblogged this from scarligamerluss
  9. jogibear reblogged this from the-shadow-beast
  10. carlet reblogged this from scarligamerluss
  11. dashingyounghero reblogged this from apocalypse-pancake
  12. sum0kum0 reblogged this from apocalypse-pancake
  13. apocalypse-pancake reblogged this from iwasacactus and added:
    My childhood :D,…I have some on these on my computer at the moment XD.
  14. iwasacactus reblogged this from the-shadow-beast
  15. justafortunatepirate reblogged this from nocturne-shadow
  16. nocturne-shadow reblogged this from the-shadow-beast
  17. the-shadow-beast reblogged this from yarrvich and added:
    Lucasarts Adventures… i don’t care if Disney closed Lucasarts Games, the day they stopped to make adventures years ago...
  18. solastalgia reblogged this from sparkling-gurl and added:
    no no no no NO NO NOOOOThere goes all hope of a Day of the Tentacle sequel, I guess :(
  19. nolimeoblivisci reblogged this from onakagasukimashita and added:
    ;n; grim fandangooooooo