At this point I thought I had done all I could. There were pages missing, but they appeared not to be archived. I later discovered that the missing pages were within the noframes tag of the pages. So, I copied the relevant HTML code from within the noframes tag and pasted it into a new page with the correct filename. I was able to restore all the missing pages with this method. I had the pages, but most were still missing images. This included the products pages. At first, I tried to recreate the missing images as best I could. I decided to search the archives of the Humongous Entertainment site on the Wayback Machine for the missing images. I was able to find 99% of the missing images this way. That included all the original screenshots for the game product pages and most of the original box art images. I was also able to find all the images for the gallery and People of the Week pages. Interestingly, all the images seemed to have been archived on the same day, May 25th, 1998. A few missing pages were found this way as well. For the images I was not able to find this way I either had to recreate, substitute with another image from the site, or bring in from elsewhere. I also had to remove some pages or use pages from a slightly later archive of the site. This was done if a page had too many missing images that could not be found or easily recreated. This led to a more complete, functional site.
Overall, I am very happy with how the restoration turned out. It was very satisfying to see the site slowly come together. You can access the site through ProtoWeb at www.humongous.com.