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The game implements an inventory system to allow Sam to store any items that the player picks up during the course of the game.[4] The player may select any of the items in the inventory and can then attempt to use them on objects in the game world or give them to other characters simply by clicking on the desired target.[8] Unlike Save the World's predecessor, Sam & Max Hit the Road, inventory items are context specific, and cannot be used together or combined to create new items.[9] Typically, Sam carries a gun that may be used to solve several puzzles.[7]




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Other characters include the Soda Poppers, a group of three former child stars from the 1970s. The three, each with their own trademark catch-phrase, first appear as victims of hypnosis in the first episode, later acting as the judges on a Pop Idol parody in the second episode. By the fourth episode, they are elected the governors of the Dakotas and plunge the region into civil war over ownership of Mount Rushmore.[18][23][24] Also making sporadic appearances is Hugh Bliss, an eccentric magician and leader of the Prismatology cult, a parody of Scientology.[25] He is often seen attempting to promote his self-help guides based on Prismatology.[23] Sam finds Bliss irritating, while Max almost idolizes him.[23] Minor characters include Agent Superball, a US Secret Service agent with a penchant for guarding doors;[24] Chuckles, the pit manager in a mafia-run casino;[21] Harry Moleman, a police mole who switches sides;[21] and the Computer Obsolescence Prevention Society (COPS), a group of outdated computers attempting to find purpose in the technologically advanced world.[26]


The next case given to Sam and Max involves dealing with a computer crisis that is causing the world economy to collapse. They discover the problem is a virtual reality program called Reality 2.0, powered by the Internet (which has gained sentience), which is hypnotizing people so they never want to leave the program. Sam and Max access the program themselves and introduce a computer virus that crashes Reality 2.0 and deletes the digital embodiment of the Internet. Prior to expiring, the Internet reveals that it was following the plans of one Roy G. Biv.[26] Sam eventually deduces that Roy G. Biv is actually Hugh Bliss, a character seemingly in the background of all their previous cases. The Freelance Police travel to Bliss' Prismatology retreat on the Moon, where Bliss is preparing a device to hypnotize the entire planet. Bliss reveals himself as a colony of sentient bacteria that feeds off of the endorphins produced by human happiness; by hypnotizing the planet, Bliss assures himself of a permanent supply of nourishment. Bliss activates the device, but is killed when Sam tricks him into a tank of water and boils it using the rocket engine of a lunar lander. Returning to Earth, Max takes great pleasure in reversing the hypnotism by personally knocking everyone on the planet unconscious.[27]


Critics commended Sam & Max Save the World's graphics and art direction; Dickens commented that "the cartoonish, absurdist nature of Steve Purcell's characters is captured perfectly" within an "enthusiastically colorful world that is at its best the stranger it gets",[137] while GameZone reviewer Anise Hollingshead praised Telltale for successfully upgrading the characters' graphics "without losing any of their cartoon appeal".[140] Kristen Reed, writing for Eurogamer, felt that the graphics reflected a "great degree of care and attention to everything from the locations to the standard of character modelling and animation".[110] They also praised the game for its sound, voice acting and music. In a review for The Entertainment Depot, Tim McGowan complimented Emerson-Johnson's soundtrack as "being quite excellent and listenable on its own",[14] and IGN's Alex Van Zelfdendate described it as a "breath of fresh air".[80] In contrast, PC Gamer UK's Alec Meer felt that the opening theme tune was "so busy trying to hint at [the theme for Sam & Max Hit the Road] that it forgets to have a memorable melody of its own".[7] Nowlin and Kasten's voicework also received a positive response.[136][137][139]


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It brings back an amusing comedic duo in an over-the-top world that'll always have you chuckling. So much so that perhaps it'll leave you feeling it's pushing its jokes a bit too much. Consequently, it highlights some jokes that might have been funnier ten years ago. However, this gets quickly overshadowed by just how fun and bizarre this world is. In addition, it offers nice puzzles despite its simple nature, reminding us why the point-and-click genre was such a hit back in the 90s. The story is so enjoyable that it's unfortunate the game doesn't offer multiple paths or endings as an excuse to do a second playthrough and hang out with the quirky crime investigators one more time.


With a registered version of any episode, hold Control, Shift, and D. Then, double click on the gear icon that opens the menu. You can now access any part of that episode, however you won't have anything except the items you already have in your current save, making some parts of the game impossible to pass.


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The real stars in Sam & Max Save The World is the writing and the relationship between Sam & Max. Sam is the straight-man in an absurd world, flanked by his psychotic, violent, childish, dumb friend Max. They are quite the pair, and the team that originally worked on the series certainly knew how to write for them! I constantly laughed at all of the jokes while Max showed his sadistic side, and Sam would just let it happen. All of the other characters are also great, whether you talk about Sybil, Bosco, or even smaller characters like the Soda Poppers. I genuinely had a smile on my face the whole time I played!


Skunkape Games, a small indie developer made up of former Telltale Games employees, will release a remastered version of Telltale's first episodic series, Sam & Max Save the World, for Nintendo Switch and PC on December 2. The game can be preordered starting today.Originally released in 2006 and 2007 as Sam & Max Season One, this six-part adventure was widely considered the first successful episodic game. Skunkape acquired the rights after Telltale closed down in 2018.AssetsTrailer: =vIajN-DDmIkScreenshots and original/remaster comparison shots: -savetheworld-assets-110920.zipPress kit with high-res screenshots: Store PagesNintendo Switch: -and-max-save-the-world-switch/Steam: GOG: _max_save_the_world_remasteredReview copies are available for Nintendo Switch and PC. To request one, please write back with your platform preference and region.About Sam & Max Save the WorldCreated by comic artist Steve Purcell, Sam and Max are a six-foot canine detective and a hyperkinetic rabbity-thing who dole out their own brand of comedic justice as the Freelance Police.In Sam & Max Save the World, the duo investigate a hypnosis plot that spins to global proportions to involve washed-up child stars, the media, the mafia, the US government, the internet, and the bright side of the moon. A wacky story, brain-tickling puzzles, eccentric characters, and oddball humor provide a casual gameplay experience that was billed as "gaming's first sitcom" upon its original release.About the Remastered VersionWhile the episodes were highly reviewed and won several awards, the series was a product of its time -- a 3D game made with an early version of Telltale's engine, that was created for download before high speed internet and platforms like Steam were commonplace. Compressed graphics and sound and the technical limitations of the day made for a game that shows its age in 2020.Sam & Max Save the World Remastered addresses these issues and more with overhauled graphics, gamepad support, restored audio, and numerous additions and tweaks made possible by the evolution of the development tools and the team's subsequent experience. For more details about what has changed in the remaster (and what hasn't), check out the Sam & Max Save the World Remastered FAQ.The game has English voice and subtitles in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Hungarian, Czech, and Russian.Preorder Today, Play on December 2Sam & Max Save the World Remastered is available for preorder on Nintendo.com, Steam, and GOG for $19.99 USD or the equivalent in local currency. European Nintendo Switch preorders will start on Wednesday.50% discount for previous customers: Through December 31, anyone who owns the original Sam & Max Season One on Steam or GOG will receive 50% off Sam & Max Save the World Remastered. People who originally purchased the game from Telltale's website can claim a Steam or GOG key through the Skunkape website to take advantage of this offer. 041b061a72


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