Ben There, Dan That! PC

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6.4

Mixed or average reviews- based on 25 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
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  1. Sep 17, 2012
    5
    It was fun playing and it has this special humour ... British one! But for me the puzzles and the soundtrack were disappointing! But IIt was fun playing and it has this special humour ... British one! But for me the puzzles and the soundtrack were disappointing! But I recommend this game for some pause-gaming with expecting nothing more than funny entertainment! Full Review »
  2. Jun 30, 2011
    8
    Two absolute bare bones point-and-click adventures. If you aren't into British humor, it is probably going to be painful to read through theTwo absolute bare bones point-and-click adventures. If you aren't into British humor, it is probably going to be painful to read through the game dialog. But if you like Benny Hill / Monty Python type humor, they are bearable. Although separate games, they really should be treated and played as one single long adventure since Time Gentlemen, Please! is an immediate sequel to the much shorter Ben There, Dan That! Combined, these two games hold overwhelming entertainment value for their wild and crazy adventures, completed by truly bizarre and humorous inventory item uses. In comparison Ben There, Dan That! is simply a prototype for the much more refined Time Gentlemen, Please!, but together they complete a highly enjoyable adventure game. They take me back to simpler times when games like Space Quest and Leisure Suit Larry were king. Full Review »
  3. May 17, 2017
    8
    A small but perfectly formed adventure game for less than the cost of a pint; Ben There, Dan That is a bargain and well worth a look for fansA small but perfectly formed adventure game for less than the cost of a pint; Ben There, Dan That is a bargain and well worth a look for fans of the genre. Full Review »