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  • Summary: The press calls it "gaming's first sitcom," we call it the world's first truly episodic game. Sam and Max: Season 1 is comprised of six self-contained game episodes that are tied together by a larger mystery that will emerge as the season builds to a climax. You can play theThe press calls it "gaming's first sitcom," we call it the world's first truly episodic game. Sam and Max: Season 1 is comprised of six self-contained game episodes that are tied together by a larger mystery that will emerge as the season builds to a climax. You can play the episodes in any order you want, but you'll appreciate the full story more if you start with Episode 1 and solve them in chronological order. Expand
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  1. Apr 15, 2015
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    Not as good as other Telltale Games, as the characters are in my opinion not that memorable and the humour is very often really hard toNot as good as other Telltale Games, as the characters are in my opinion not that memorable and the humour is very often really hard to understand for a non-native English speaker, but it is not that bad either. Actually, this is probably the hardest-to-understand-jokes game I've played so far, as the English in this game is on a pretty high level. Otherwise, it's your typical point-and-click adventure game, Each episode takes place mostly in the same locations and you mostly meet the same characters. It is quite easy to get stuck on this game and not know what to do, but if you are better at these games than I am, prepare to breeze through this game at the speed of light, taking around 90 minutes with each episode. Expand