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Disney releases eight old-school games by Lucas Arts on Steam

Disney has decided to release some more Lucas Arts classics on Steam. And yes, I'm aware they've been around on GOG for a while. But not everyone is a fan of digital distribution platforms other than Steam, so there's that. Meanwhile, these old-school games are discounted until November 23, so that might be a good enough reason to pick them up now.

These are the latest old-school games available for purchase (along with their discounted prices).

Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders
$3.59

A title that introduced many a gamer to point and click adventure games.

Escape from Monkey Island
$5.24

The 4th part in the Monkey Island series. Lost a bit of the charm of its predecessors (popular opinion), but still a great adventure game.

Escape from Monkey Island is one of the old-school games by Lucas Arts that Disney released on Steam.

Sam & Max Hit the Road
$3.59

One of the funniest games in existence. Another adventure classic.

Afterlife
$3.59

I won't blame you if you've never heard of this decent (and funny-ish) heaven-and-hell building sim. Not something you'd expect from Lucas Arts back in the day.

Star Wars Episode 1: Racer
$7.49

A lot of Star Wars fans would tell you that this is the best thing that came out of prequels.

Outlaws + A Handful of Missions
$3.59

A fantastic western FPS that's criminally underrated. It's got the atmosphere, the soundtrack, and all those cowboys trying to take you down.

Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
$5.09

I remember this being a very buggy game. Not the best attempt to bring Indiana Jones into the 3D world, but still has its fans.

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb
$3.59

The second attempt. Much better and more polished. Was overshadowed by other - apparently better - games of the same genre. Definitely get this one if you can only afford one 3D Indiana Jones game.

So, do you feel nostalgia setting in? I don't know about you, but I'll definitely be getting a few of these old-school games. Time to sail the Caribbean once again, deal with a bunch of cowboys, and shout "Now, THIS is podracing!"

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