Sam & Max: Season One

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Description

Includes all Six Episodes from Season One:

  • Episode 1: Culture Shock

  • Episode 2: Situation: Comedy

  • Episode 3: The Mole, the Mob, and the Meatball

  • Episode 4: Abe Lincoln Must Die!

  • Episode 5: Reality 2.0

  • Episode 6: Bright Side of the Moon


  • Episode 1: Culture Shock

    The former child stars of the Soda Poppers TV show are wreaking havoc all over the neighborhood! But this is no ordinary tale of child stars gone awry. There's a dark force behind the Poppers' baffling antics. Using only their wits and a slew of heavy household objects, it's up to Sam & Max to save the day!

  • Episode 2: Situation: Comedy

    Talk show host Myra Stump has gone berzerk! Sam & Max head down to the WARP TV studio to find out why she's holding her audience hostage. But getting onto Myra's stage isn't going to be easy. First the Freelance Police will have to prove they're worthy of fifteen minutes of fame.

  • Episode 3: The Mole, The Mob, and The Meatball

    The commissioner is looking into an underground operation at the Ted E. Bear Mafia-Free Playland and Casino, but the mole he sent in has suddenly gone quiet. To find the mole, Sam & Max must infiltrate the operation and become members of the Toy Mafia themselves.

  • Episode 4: Abe Lincoln Must Die

    The president's lost it. Federally mandated group hugs, a pudding embargo... what's next, gun control? Sam & Max are off to Washington to take care of this bozo, but the political climate will only get stormier... and a new power will rise...

  • Episode 5: Reality 2.0

    With an internet crisis looming and a viral video game holding its players hostage, Sam & Max will need to slip into a new reality to set things right. But can the Freelance Police crack this virtual case in time to avoid worldwide system failure?

  • Episode 6: Bright Side of the Moon

    What started out as a local mind-control scheme has grown to global proportions, and Sam & Max are off to the moon to save the entire planet from a lifetime of hypnotic enslavement. But when chaos collides with tranquility, have the Freelance Police finally met their match?

Customer reviews

70

A great throwback to late '90s style point-and-clicks

Maghook | July 4, 2013 | See all Maghook's reviews »

Great series, great humour... if you're into that kinda oddball, quirky stuff. The controls are a bit awkward at times, and I had to use a walkthrough to get past a few ridiculous puzzles, but I had loads of fun. Really loved the various characters in each episode. You don't need to be a fan of the comic or television series to appreciate them. Each episode takes roughly 2 hours to finish and they're all quite different from the last, especially Reality 2.0. Probably best to wait for a big sale to get the complete pack.

90

If they were real detectives, we would all be in trouble.

TimothyD | May 30, 2013 | See all TimothyD's reviews »

Sam and Max made their glorious return from the LucasArts years in this first modern adaption and extension of their story. It is well worth the wait. Telltale did a perfect job in writing the story for season one, making Sam and Max the Arrested Development of adventure-puzzle games. The story, given where it is coming from, is strange, (War! What is it good for?) but that is the glue that holds the series together. It's hilarious and outrageous from the kid-gang sodapoppers to the strange and airy Hugh Bliss. Each episode brings a different scenario, but small pieces of each episode lead up to the ending, using every character as they go. The series needs to be played episode by episode to get the most laughs and entertainment pertaining to the story, but that is no problem seeing that every episode is original, entertaining and a pleasure to play.