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Sam (a shamus canine) and Max (a hyperkinetic rabbity thing) are Freelance Police and are based on the comics created by Steve Purcell. Hit the Road is their toughest case yet as they have been hired to find an escaped Bigfoot from a carnival. You then control Sam and Max as they work their way around locations to find and solve clues to what's happened to Bruno, the escaped Bigfoot.The game interface is a simple one to get the hang of. You click on things to interact with them, but what you do ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Sam & Max has been in my hands in both floppy disk and CD form. It's been one of my favorite childhood games for a while, since my family really liked playing point and click adventures together. I've been playing this game almost annually since the early 90's, and this new millennium didn't change a thing.The game features Max, a rabbit with a horrific attitude (yet so cute), and Sam, a K-9 with a suit. Both of these animals are Freelance Police. They live and work out of a run down office...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Dynamic duo Sam & Max are not your typical cops, they are for rent and besides being animals they are truly mental and hardcore, not holding anything back. The dialogue is never over the top, only borderline and spot on, hits just right and is always genuinely funny. The duos banter will make you laugh out loud while investigating the mystery crime. Silly story The plot doesn't hold much back either, blending yetis, country singers and carnies in many different location, all voiced and anima...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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