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 Sam & Max Hit the Road

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PostSubject: Sam & Max Hit the Road   Sam & Max Hit the Road EmptyMon 21 Jan 2013 - 19:20

Loads of people became Sam & Max fans as a result of TT Games' entries into the (what is now a) series, but who here has enjoyed the wonderful, wonderful original? If you haven't, I insist that you do, assuming you like a bit of classic point and click.

Even to this day, I think the sprite art and animation is some of the best I've ever seen in a 2D game, and the sense of humour screams classic LucasArts. If I'm being honest, the only fault I can find with it is its slightly lame conclusion. Can't have everything, though.

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