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Always loved that piece of art of Puerto Pollo. Shame it didn't appear in the game.

 

 

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I know we have the Puerto Pollo art somewhere, but I cannot find it for the life of me... Mind if we nab it for Mojo?

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With people rediscovering their old treasures, I hope we can get scanning contributions for the poster project up and running again. There's still a few exotic releases out there I could put to good use.

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At some point we want to get the Mixnmojo Games Database rebuilt, and exhaustive galleries of packaging art would be a big part of that. Just throwing that out there because if we've got people with LucasArts game collections, good scanners, and an uncommon generosity with their free time, we want to get all the mileage we can out of it. ;

 

Speaking of which, is anybody in touch with Freddie of The Lucasarts Museum fame these days?

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13 hours ago, Remi said:

I know we have the Puerto Pollo art somewhere, but I cannot find it for the life of me... Mind if we nab it for Mojo?

 

Oh no, it appears the whole manual fell into my scanner.

 

Feel free to download and archive.

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I have a German copy of CMI which came with a nice manual PDF:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rrWbxzphYnHKHvwLZGJ0YxBxJnf27IM0/view?usp=sharing (EDIT: fixed permissions, hopefully)

It seems to be stored as a JPG but with some weird colourspace, so here's a PNG version copy/pasted out of a PDF viewer.

Pollo.png

There's also a surprisingly hi-res version of the Monkey Island picture from the opening FMV, but the PNG's too big to attach here.

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Thanks!

 

I actually found that the GOG version comes with both the manual and the hint guide which are nice bonuses.

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The amount of detail in that picture is impressive. No wonder Bill Tiller said that if he would do it again he would try to simplify it a bit.

 

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