I downloaded the demo of Sam and Max Culture Shock two days with the unbridled enthusiasm to play the game. I'm sure this has been said before, but Sam and Max and DOTT, where the first games I was introduced to on a friends 286. It was the reason I bought my first computer (well the reason my parents bought me my first computer) which got me hooked on the dark side of gaming genres. Anyway...
So as excited, stupid people do, I slammed the left mouse button down over the big red sign saying "Purchase me!"
All went well (or so I thought) and I received a congratulations! email with my order ID. I entered my order ID and password, only to receive an error telling me "Your key/password is not valid" Thinking silly me!, I've probably entered it incorrectly ( being stupid and all...) I went about meticulously re-entering it over and over to no avail.
Giving up, with a tear in my ear errm... eye. I decided to swing an email over to activation support, being the next big red button to hit.
I received the automated response telling me the usual.
Tediously waiting years or what seemed it but really turned out to be a day, I decided to send one over to support as well.
Two days have now pasted with no reply, and all this poor, feeble uni student wants to do is bask in endorphin filled memories of simpler times. Why is it that Telltale hates uni students and there simple memories?
Is it the smell?