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  1. Here's a really, really badly made attempt at reconstructing spiffy I did a few years ago.
    2 points
  2. During the MixNMojo visit to LucasArts (and became a featured article), didn't the mojo crew snap a picture of some MI concept art that included the "pre-cannibal village lookout area"? I think that was the major first time that screen was made general knowledge. I couldn't find that image on MixNMojo so I had to go with this poor quality image from the internet. Ignore the red arrow and someone incorrectly thinking the image was of another part of Monkey Island topography. (The image is from this other article from a few weeks ago where other people just happened upon this image f
    1 point
  3. Marius, could you scan the other screenshots from that German box? I've been trying to find high-quality look at them for ages.
    1 point
  4. That big font again makes it look like digital concept art to me more than something that ever saw prime time, but who knows. I Still Want To Believe. It looks sort of like the copy protection/"Meanwhile" font, but isn't quite the same.
    1 point
  5. The Spiffy close-up was added back in the Ultimate Talkie Edition fan patch.
    1 point
  6. I think I took the image from the back of the box and tried to paint out the parts that were covered up (there's a monkey and a sword over the lower part) so it would look as close to the original image file as I could get it. But I'm no @Laserschwert so it doesn't look particularly good!
    1 point
  7. They might have been bold text at the bottom of the screen like in the finale.
    1 point
  8. But the original Spiffy remains lost to time...
    1 point
  9. After I made them aware of the fact that it's my restoration of the artwork they were using on their promo material, they were VERY humble about it. In fact, they found my version on Google and assumed it was the source artwork (and Disney apparently were okay with them using whatever they couldn't deliver themselves). They even had one of their artists remove the logo from my version, so they were somewhat shocked when I linked them my logoless version. Anyway, yes, I've got compensated and am now doing more or less regular paid work for them. I've contributed artwork to their releases of "Je
    1 point
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