Telltale Games has just launched its Christmas Sale, with cheap and free games from across the company's range of serial adventures. Telltale fans will be able to complete their collections on the cheap, while there's free sample episodes for those yet to become acquainted with the studio's signature style...
Nov 9, 2007 It's been just six months since dog-and-rabbit detectives Sam and Max wreaked their particular brand of havoc on the point-and-click adventure genre, and already they're back again to deliver more punishment. Christmassy punishment. Santa's gone crazy and started shipping out presents that are either useless, deadly, or both, and it once again falls to Sam and Max to hurt people and ruin things by way of response. Sam & Max Season Two, Episode 1: Ice Station Santa (available for
Sept 25, 2007 When we first learned that the new adventures of Sam & Max would be structured like a TV show - episodic and parceled out into single-story-arc "seasons" - we didn't realize how far indie developer/publisher Telltale Games would take the metaphor. Just like most American TV shows, the first season of Sam & Max ended just shy of summer 2007, and now that fall has arrived, it's time to roll out the new stuff. Sam & Max Season Two begins on Nov. 8, as the first of the new monthly
Aug 29, 2007 Season Two of Telltale's next Sam & Max adventure kicks off this autumn, but in the meantime the developer's entertaining us with first in-game screenshots and a cinematic trailer, which is viewable here. In addition to all that, Telltale's highlighted new stuff it's creating for the next season that accompanies the obvious new characters and stories. "Changes to all the recurring locations, and a few brand new ones! More lively NPCs who move around the world instead of standing
Telltale's not leaving it long to return Sam & Max to super-sleuthing with the developer revealing that Sam & Max Season Two is to kick off this autumn. As yet, there's no concrete details on the first episode in the new season but Telltale has explained it'll retain the "quick wit and bizarre scenarios" seen in Season One, "and more!" "We're keeping the general structure and gameplay, and focusing on telling farther-reaching, crazier stories. You'll see some changes to the world, too;