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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1846d ago | review

Digital Chumps: Sam and Max: Season Two Review

Back in the day when LucasArts ruled the genre of point-and-click adventures, life was good. You had games that ran on almost all storylines and the gameplay was included. During those days, LucasArts produced such huge hits as Maniac Mansion, Monkey Island, and Sam and Max: Hit the Road. The basic concept was that you led these characters around with your mouse, pointing and clicking on objects while giving your characters commands on what to do with those objects. (PC, Sam and Max Season 2) 7.4/10

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