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Date Posted: Friday, Sep 15
Author: Ian
Subject: Re: LucasArts... ¿Canon, or not?
In reply to: Rottingham 's message, "LucasArts... ¿Canon, or not?" on Sunday, Sep 03

I have to say, I really don't think these games are connected at all. Apart from the referrences to each other, which are invariably jokes.

Having said that, perhaps the early ones (namely Maniac Mansion, Zak McKracken and Jast Crusade) do have a connection. Indy's referrences to the "flakes in San Fransisco" and the section in the library on Skolarian and Caponian cultures being great cases in point. That and the chainsaw fuel on Mars :P

As far as a full game universe? I think not. But those three seem to share a connection.

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