Time Gentlemen Please! and Ben There Dan That! Special Edition Double Pack

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Description

one of the most outrageous games I've ever played and for that alone I love it. - PC Zone – 90%

Funnier than any game in years, and delightfully rude. Point-and-click adventuring done right for a change. - PC Gamer – 87%

pitch perfect comedy writing…they truly understand how to exploit the genre’s strengths… an indie masterpiece. - Wired

...excellent scripting, consistent, cartoony design and delight in overtly, overly referential absurdity…even the Telltale titles are clunky and formulaic compared to the anarchistic invention of games like this... - Eurogamer.net — 9/10


Ben There, Dan That! and Time Gentlemen, Please! are a couple of rip-roaring point-and-click adventure games . With tongue firmly in cheek, sit back, relax, and put your mind to work solving puzzles, and reading some very funny dialogue. It's like a book, only good!

From an horrific and untimely death in deep, dark Peru, via preposterous-and-suspect alien invasions, to whipping back-and-forth in time to stop Hitler and his army of robot Nazi dinosaur clones, this is one set of adventures you're unlikely to forget.


Key Features:

  • Funny words that'll actually probably make you laugh out loud!

  • Graphics AND sound effects!

  • Thousands of unique responses for almost every action you can think of!

  • NAZI DINOSAURS!

Customer reviews

80

Two Great Modern Point and Click Games

sycomantis1991 | May 16, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »

Crudely hand-drawn, hilarious and intriguing point and click games. The stories are creative, and the dialog is stellar in both of these games. They're very similar when it comes to the broad details, so I'm sorry if it's annoying that I'm not seperating them. They're surprisingly lengthy games, with great references for the huge nerds out there, clever quips, and interesting puzzles to solve. Easily worth the $5 for two great games, assuming you like this type of game

73

Old school fun

samtahbou | May 12, 2015 | See all samtahbou's reviews »

I laughed my way through the entirety of the games. The games are uncomplicated, and the they do not introduce anything new to the genre in terms of play. Old school point and click, one solution to situations and a linear story that goes along with your progress. But the humour and story line are excellent, they keep you engaged all the way through, the characters are lovable quirky and well written. for a cheap indie title, this little package has a lot to offer.

80

In the vain of LucasArts games

ficha13 | June 18, 2014 | See all ficha13's reviews »

If you are a fan of old point & click games, especially Lucas Arts, you will probably love this game. It's inspired by their games of old, and sports a similar sense of humor only a bit more crass. It's very well written, has really good puzzles, and is very entertaining. Some of the solutions can be a bit obscure which can be taken as a positive or negative considering that LucasArts did the same thing back in the day. The second game, "Time Gentlemen, please!" will especially give you a challenge as it progresses. The only minus is that both games are a bit on the short side with the first one lasting about 3 hours and the second one taking a bit more time, about 5-7 hours, but considering the price and quality of the game, I have to say it's a steal.

100

Very Funny Point and Click Adventure

WhoElseButBen | June 11, 2014 | See all WhoElseButBen's reviews »

"Ben There, Dan That" and "Time Gentlemen, please!" are two amazing point and click adventure games. There is a lot of great humor involved, the story is interesting, and the puzzles provide a reasonable amount of difficulty.

80

Point, Click, and Laugh

PredatorDrone18 | June 8, 2014 | See all PredatorDrone18's reviews »

These games are simple point-and-click adventures with a very humorous tone. I found myself laughing out loud at some parts. The games have an extremely casual feel, like the developers are making a connection with the player through jokes and comical events. The stories themselves are interesting, although not as good as one might hope. The bottom line is if you're looking for a laugh, this package is definitely worth the purchase, but not so much if what you're looking for is a great story.