Top 10 Classic LucasArts Games

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Every Star Wars game you’ve ever enjoyed probably came from this amazing developer. They gave us the best and funniest point-and-click adventure games, the adventures of Indiana Jones, and of course, the most memorable titles set in a galaxy far, far away. Welcome to and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Classic LucasArts Games.

00:35 #10. “Maniac Mansion” (1987)
01:08 #9. “Zombies Ate My Neighbors” (1993)
02:02 #8. “Full Throttle” (1995)
02:56 #7. “Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis” (1992)
03:42 #6. “Sam & Max Hit the Road” (1993)
04:38 #5. “Star Wars XWing vs. TIE Fighter” (1997)
05:30 #4. “Day of the Tentacle” (1993)
06:14 #3, #2 & #1: ????

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  1. Lucas Arts was one of the reasons why we call the 90s the golden age of PC gaming. If anyone fortunate enough to be old enough and owned a PC back them, there was no shortage of innovated and fun games to play. I remember Jedi Knight II was the reason why I got my very first Graphics accelerator. Going from software render to hardware render was a religious experience for me lol. Plus, our CRT monitors ran slightly faster than modern standard LCD monitor. I remember we had 72 or 75hz as standard and response time on CRT was very low.

    Also, anyone remember MSN gaming zone?

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