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TellTale, I salute you!

posted by Smollie on - last edited - Viewed by 190 users

I want to thank you for a very enjoyable past six months!
It has been fun going through the feelings of anticipation waiting for every new episode, the joy of playing the games, reading and contributing to the forums and all the other zaniness you guys and guyettes posted on your site.

Looking back I can savely say I want more of this seasonal Sam & Max to follow in the future.
And I have to say I think the music is just sooooooo bloody awesome!

And now this DVD is coming!!!!
Is there no limit to your powers of philantropic spoiling?

I wish I could visit and give you all a big hug!!!!;)

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  • Don't forget the reprint of Surfin' the Highway!

    In the history of Sam & Max I believe Telltale should have the biggest chapter. They've done more for Sam & Max then any other. Sure Lucas Arts put out the first game that made them popular and also attempted to make another, but they never showed as much love for them as Telltale has.
    Plus making an adventure game of one of my most beloved comics ever, Bone!

    Oddly enough, I got into Bone and Sam & Max around the same time back in the mid 90's. Weird how over ten years later one company would bring them both to life again. Weird.

  • @Hero1 said: theres so many australian sam and max fans its crazy

    So... considering Sam and Max have been all over the USofA (now the US of Canada?) and even to the moon... maybe in Season 2 they can go worldwide and even come and visit us Aussies in the land down under?

  • @xChri5x said: In the history of Sam & Max I believe Telltale should have the biggest chapter. They've done more for Sam & Max then any other. Sure Lucas Arts put out the first game that made them popular and also attempted to make another, but they never showed as much love for them as Telltale has.

    I dunno, part of the reason Sam & Max are even famous is because of their frequent cameos in LucasArts games and magazines. At the time, I think, they liked Sam & Max a lot.

  • @FesterShinetop said: Ditto!! :D

    I got myself a credit card just to be able to play this season! Nice work Telltale! I am allready looking forward to the next season, the episodes of the 1st season definately improved a lot to the end, so I am sure the next season is going to be even better!

    Oh, and my 1st post here... so hi all!

    Did you, by any chance, hang out at IRC channel #monkey-island some years ago? Just... wondering. :)

    --Erwin

  • I'd also like to congratulate TellTale for creating yet another satisfied customer. The games were a very huge surprise and I was able to start playing them almost instantly after purchasing and downloading them.

    In fact, if it weren't for these new games, I would never have even known about Sam and Max. Fortunately, I'm glad to say I do now!

  • @Molokov said: So... considering Sam and Max have been all over the USofA (now the US of Canada?) and even to the moon... maybe in Season 2 they can go worldwide and even come and visit us Aussies in the land down under?


    Drawn without reference material, of course.

  • @Frogacuda said: Drawn without reference material, of course.

    Oh, I completely agree. People walking on their heads, Kangaroos in the city streets, all of Australia's famous landmarks in the one spot....

  • @Molokov said: Oh, I completely agree. People walking on their heads, Kangaroos in the city streets, all of Australia's famous landmarks in the one spot....

    Yeah, sounds about right to me. Don't forget the Sydney Harbour Bridge that connects Sydney and Auckland though ;) (Yes, several visitors - who shall remain nameless - from other countries asked me about this).

    More congratulations for Telltale from me - Season One was a must buy for me, and I was not disappointed in the slightest. Looking forward to my disc and case file coming (and Season Two of course) :D

  • telltale is wonderful y'all resurrected S&M and realized many dreams.:D

  • @Molokov said: Oh, I completely agree. People walking on their heads, Kangaroos in the city streets, all of Australia's famous landmarks in the one spot....


    Famous landmarks? Pah. I demand nothing but boomerang stores and babies with dingos in their mouths roaming the streets.

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