Three great adventure games from Telltale games are now available on GoG.
From gog.com: We have launched a new developer today–Telltale Games, the finest purveyor of episodic adventure games–and we’re starting off with three fantastic adventures: Sam & Max Save the World, Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space, and Tales of Monkey Island.”
“All three games are on a huge “Welcome to GOG” sale for Telltale, and will be 60% off until 3 July.”
You can get all three games for: $37.97 which means you would save: $57.00 which seems a good saving.
Sam & Max Save the World
“The first Telltale Game to feature vigilante private investigators Sam & Max–an anthropomorphic dog in a suit and a “hyperkinetic three-foot rabbity thing” that together form the Freelance Police. Based on Steve Purcell’s comic series, the game follows the wacky duo through 6 episodes/cases involving conspiracy, cyborgs, hypnotism, and Moon-travel. It was the first Telltale Game to be released in monthly episodes, a revival of a classic adventure gaming franchise, and additionally a proof that there’s a demand for classically designed point-and-click adventures.”
Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space
“The second season of the series and features another five episodes filled with humor, terror, and craziness, while the wacky duo faces a pagan god, volcanic eruption, vampires, zombies, and Satan himself. The game has more dynamic NPCs, an updated engine, and more mini-games in each of the episodes.”
Tales of Monkey Island
“The fifth game in the beloved Monkey Island series. The game follows fair-haired Guybrush Threepwood who, along with his new wife Elaine Marley-Threepwood, finds himself on a new adventure. This time, our heroes are on a goal to destroy two things: Guybrush’s arch-nemesis–the zombie pirate LeChuck–and a voodoo pox that Guybrush accidentally unleashed upon the world. The entertaining story, stunning visuals, clever puzzles, and faithful adherence to the original Monkey Island games earned a lot of praise from critics and great commercial success as well.”
All three games are worth buying.
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