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Game company profile: LucasArts

LucasArts was a renowned American video game developer and publisher that operated from 1982 to 2013. Founded as Lucasfilm Games by filmmaker George Lucas, the company initially focused on creating games based on the Star Wars franchise. Over time, LucasArts expanded its portfolio to include a wide range of original titles and collaborations.

LucasArts gained recognition for its adventure games, such as "The Secret of Monkey Island," "Maniac Mansion," and "Grim Fandango." These games were renowned for their engaging storytelling, memorable characters, and witty humor.
In addition to adventure games, LucasArts developed and published titles in other genres, including action, strategy, and simulation. They released the popular "Star Wars: X-Wing" and "Star Wars: TIE Fighter" flight simulators, as well as the critically acclaimed "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic" role-playing game.

Unfortunately, LucasArts ceased game development in 2013 when the company was acquired by The Walt Disney Company. Since then, the Star Wars franchise has been licensed to other developers and publishers.

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Games by LucasArts

A chronological list of games published or developed by LucasArts from 1987 to 2001 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.
  • maniac-mansion
    1987DOSLinuxMacadventureprotected point and click adventure

    Maniac Mansion is one of the most famous point and click adventure games developed by Lucasfilm Games and designed by Ron Gilbert (who later created Monkey Island) and Gary Winnick. The story is a blend of old sci-fi and horror B movie. You can choose between many characters, each one with a peculiar ability useful to solve some of the puzzles. Maniac Mansion was also the first game to use the popular SCUMM interface.

  • battlehawks-1942
    1988DOSvehicle simulation flight simulation
  • zak-mckracken-and-the-alien-mindbenders
    1988DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure

    Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders is a graphic adventure game developed and published by Lucasfilm Games (now known as LucasArts). It was first released in 1988 for various platforms, including the Commodore 64, MS-DOS, Amiga, and others.The game follows the adventures of Zak McKracken, a tabloid newspaper reporter, as he uncovers a plot by aliens who plan to dumb down humanity using a mind-bending machine. Zak, along with his companions, must travel around the world to prevent the alien plot and save the Earth.

  • indiana-jones-and-the-last-crusade
    1989DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure

    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure is a point-and-click adventure game released in 1989 by Lucasfilm Games. The game was designed by Ron Gilbert, David Fox, and Noah Falstein. It is based on the 1989 film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade", directed by Steven Spielberg.The game follows the plot of the movie closely and includes a mix of exploration, puzzle-solving, and dialogue interactions. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was originally released for various platforms, including MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, and others.

  • indiana-jones-and-the-last-crusade-the-action-game
  • pipe-dream
    1989DOSWindows 3.xpuzzle tile-matching

    Pipe Mania (also known as Pipe Dream is a tile-matching (sort of) puzzle game about flowing liquids developed by The Assembly Line in 1989. You must build a path made of pipe pieces to let a green liquid (sewer goo?) flow. It's simple, original and addicting, that's why Pipe Mania was cloned a number of times.

  • strike-fleet
    1989DOSvehicle simulation naval simulation
  • their-finest-hour-the-battle-of-britain
    1989DOSvehicle simulation flight simulation

    Their Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain is an abandoned historical combat flight simulation game set in Great Britain (obviously) during World War 2. Their Finest Hour was designed by Lawrence Holland, developed and released by LucasArts in 1989 for DOS, Amiga, Atari ST.

  • loom
    1990DOSLinuxMacadventureprotected point and click adventure

    Loom is one of the first graphic adventures released by Lucasfilm Games. It was designed by Brian Moriarty and it follows a fantasy theme. There's no inventory and it lacks classic commands like "look", "take", etc. You can play tunes using a combination of notes in order to interact with the world.

  • night-shift
    1990DOSpuzzle action puzzle, platform
  • the-secret-of-monkey-island
    1990DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure

    The Secret of Monkey Island is perhaps the most popular point and click adventure game developed by Lucasfilm Games and designed by the trio Ron Gilbert, Dave Grossman and Tim Schafer. In Monkey Island you're the would-be pirate Guybrush Threepwood on a quest to become a fearsome pirate in the Caribbean. Monkey Island uses one of the most friendlier interfaces for adventure games: the SCUMM engine.

  • masterblazer
    1991DOSsports unconventional sports, racing: futuristic
  • monkey-island-2-lechuck-s-revenge
    1991DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure

    Monkey Island 2 is the second game of the Monkey Island series, a point and click adventure game set in a world of pirates and mysterious treasures. Monkey Island 2 utilizes a command-based SCUMM interface and a branching dialogue system.

  • secret-weapons-of-the-luftwaffe
    1991DOSvehicle simulation flight simulation
  • indiana-jones-and-the-fate-of-atlantis
    1992DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure

    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis is a graphical point and click adventure game created by LucasArts and published in 1992, based on the popular movie character. As the famous archaeologist Indiana Jones, you will travel the world searching for the mythical land of Atlantis. Fate of Atlantis is the sequel to the acclaimed Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

  • super-star-wars
    1992DOSshooter platform, run and gun
  • day-of-the-tentacle
    1993DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure
  • sam-and-max-hit-the-road
    1993DOSWindows XP/98/95adventureprotected point and click adventure
  • star-wars-rebel-assault
    1993DOSMacshooterprotected rail shooter
  • star-wars-x-wing
    1993DOSvehicle simulationprotected space simulation, space combat
  • star-wars-tie-fighter
    1994DOSvehicle simulationprotected space simulation, space combat
  • full-throttle
    1995DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure
  • star-wars-dark-forces
    1995DOSshooterprotected first-person shooter
  • the-dig
    1995DOSadventureprotected point and click adventure
  • afterlife
    1996Windows XP/98/95simulationprotected god game, city building
  • indiana-jones-and-his-desktop-adventures
    1996Windows 3.xMacaction-adventure
  • star-wars-jedi-knight-dark-forces-ii
    1997Windows XP/98/95shooterprotected first-person shooter
  • star-wars-yoda-stories
    1997Windows XP/98/95action-adventure
  • star-wars-rebellion
    1998Windows XP/98/95strategyprotected real-time strategy
  • star-wars-galactic-battlegrounds
    2001Windows XP/98/95Macstrategyprotected real-time strategy

    Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds is a science fiction real-time strategy game set in the Star Wars universe, focused both on the first and the second Star Wars trilogy. Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds was developed by LucasArts Entertainment in 2001. SWGB was developed using the Genie engine, the same used for Age of Empires.