Posted on February 4, 2013 - 11:22am by Video Game Vault
Point and click your way into this 90s adventure game from LucasArts, in the latest installment of the Video Game Vault!
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Reminds me alittle of Ren and Stimpy
I remembered this on Gametrailers. Good stuff.
oh man.I watched the show.So awesome.
Sam: "Where should I throw this bomb so it doesn't hurt anyone we know or care about?"
Max: "Out the window, Sam! There's only strangers out there!"
Sam: "Hope there wasn't anyone on that bus..."
Max: "No one we know at least!"
My childhood. Right there. Thank you.
For sure. They're awesome, but I still miss the old style a little more. Wouldn't it be awesome if Telltale made a game entirely out of 2-d sprites like this?
Lucasarts just made the best adventure games...
It's sad that they don't do it anymore, because it's not lucrative enough.
At least we got Telltale trying to fill this spot. It's different, but in a good way. If you play the walking dead, you know how good these games are becoming.
Where did you get this? I could never seem to find it.
It's a really enjoyable diversion, but I'd say Day of the Tentacle has the edge over it.
I love Sam & Max! That and Monkey Island.
One of my childhood games.
Though I never played escape from monkey island only watched it.
Anyone else noticing the elephant in the room that's called 'Sam and Max: Freelance Police'?
Oh yeah, VGVs about the good old Point and Click Adventures! These games have a big place in my gamer's heart. Not only Sam and Max but Monkey Island, Indiana Jones, Day of the Tentacle and these.
One of the greatest games of all time.
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