Includes all Five Episodes from Season Two: Episode 1: Ice Station Santa Episode 2: Moai Better Blues Episode 3: Night of the Raving Dead Episode 4: Chariots of the Dogs Episode 5: What's New Beelzebub? Episode 1: Ice Station Santa - He’s the most ancient and powerful opponent they’ve ever faced, a hairy, bloated, pagan God - Santa Claus!
User reviews: Positive (20 reviews)
Release Date: May 16, 2008
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Includes all Five Episodes from Season Two:

  • Episode 1: Ice Station Santa
  • Episode 2: Moai Better Blues
  • Episode 3: Night of the Raving Dead
  • Episode 4: Chariots of the Dogs
  • Episode 5: What's New Beelzebub?

Episode 1: Ice Station Santa - He’s the most ancient and powerful opponent they’ve ever faced, a hairy, bloated, pagan God - Santa Claus! With Christmas presents on the attack and carols of gunshots drowning out the bells, Sam & Max must storm the North Pole to bring down a less-than-jolly foe. Can the Freelance Police make sense of this Christmas conundrum in time to save the world's children from a holiday tainted by tears, turmoil, and Torture-Me-Elmer?

Episode 2: Moai Better Blues - A surprise trip to the tropics turns into a working vacation when Sam & Max sign up to stop a massive volcano eruption. Will their special blend of bewildering wit and renegade justice be enough to win over the gods? (Not to mention the locals?)

Episode 3: Night of the Raving Dead - Zombie attack! Droves of undead are converging in the streets. Now Sam & Max must confront their leader - a Eurotrash vampire with a style all his own. Are the Freelance Police cool enough to outsmart this emo before his flesh-eating army usurps the western world?

Episode 4: Chariots of the Dogs - Bosco’s vanished from the face of the Earth—literally! When Sam & Max manage to track him down, what they find is so mind boggling, you'll have to see it to believe it. Can the Freelance Police set things right, or will life as they know it fall victim to the capricious whims of T-H-E-M?

Episode 5: What's New Beelzebub? - Judgment day is at hand, and it’s time for a showdown with the guy downstairs to bargain for Bosco’s soul. But in the corporate wasteland known as Hell, not even the Freelance Police are safe from eternal damnation. Can Sam & Max fight free from Satan’s grasp, or have they reached the end of the line?

System Requirements

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Mac
    • Supported OS: Microsoft Windows® XP or Vista
    • Processor: 1.5 MHz or higher
    • Memory: 256MB (required), 512MB (recommended)
    • Graphics: 32MB 3D-accelerated video card
    • DirectX Version: DirectX® 8.0 or higher
    • Hard Drive: 2GB
    • Sound: DirectX-compatible sound
    • OS: OS X 10.5 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 256MB of RAM
    • Graphics: Not Recommended For: Macs with integrated graphics
Helpful customer reviews
1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
4.0 hrs on record
✓ Goofy universe, strange situations and storyline
✓ Having recurring characters is actually not a bad idea
✓ Excellent soundtracks, reminiscent of the first season's

✘ Voice tracks are of rather poor quality sampling
✘ Still no Linux support!
Posted: October 2
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5.6 hrs on record
The first series killed my sanity. This one was such a wild ride that it somehow killed it all over again. Every insane, high concept idea is thrown in and somehow it all works together and overlaps in such brilliant ways.
Posted: October 5
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5.1 hrs on record
Not the best game, but still pretty fun and clever.
Posted: September 23
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.0 hrs on record
Sam and Max: Season two offers a greater variety of locales, but still maintains the gameplay from the first season. If you're a fan of the series, season two is a no-brainer and a welcomed continuation of the duo. Season two now supports widescreen resolutions.
Posted: November 30, 2013
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.5 hrs on record
Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space (AKA Season 2) is a point and click adventure game made by TellTale Games where you play as the Freelance Police, Solving Crimes and Kicking Butt.

At first, you have to go on a case about Santa Claus, but it gets far, far, Deeper. I will say that if you are going to get this instead of Save the World (AKA Season 1), Play Ice Station Santa through What's New, Beelzebub. Trust me, there is a Bonus at the final episode of the season that you get if you go through the order it was made for.

While you are playing through the game, You can get rad Decals from the C.O.P.S and even upgrades to your DeSoto if you grab all the decals each episode.

Sam and Max: Beyond Time and Space is an experence that is worth the ride. if you have 30 bucks and been wanting to buy a good Point and Click adventure, then by all means, get this.
Posted: January 3
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
One thing is, I cannot comment on weather this is better or worse than the first season. The main reason I play these games is for the story and comedy. This is overall a great adventure game, which I though was more difficult than the first season. Deffinately recomended if you like Sam & Max in any shape or form.
Posted: December 6, 2013
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Takes everything from the first season and improves it. The storyline is really good by the last couple episodes.
Posted: July 27, 2013
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Sam and Max Season Two has its moments. While i enjoy the last 3 episodes just fine and Ice Station Santa was fun, I just didn't like Moai Better Blues. In my opinion it is the weakest episode in the pack. 7/10
Posted: November 28, 2013
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
Pretty much the same as the first one, with overrall improvement in a thing or two. Have fun :)
Posted: April 18, 2012
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0 of 30 people (0%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
What's with the sudden proliferation of mini-games in this series? The first episode sends you off on a hunt for 4 special items, at least half of which are won via stupid mini-games. This does not bode well for the rest of the season. It's as if the game is tired of coming up with puzzles for me and is now resorting to handing over the solution so long as I can do a simple pushup every now and then. If only the laziness ended there! Well at least the main characters are still funny.
Posted: November 26, 2013
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3.3 hrs on record
Better than Season 1. It's less repetitive and keeps the same humour. B
Posted: May 21, 2012
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2.9 hrs on record
More characters, more episodes, more fun. These are some of my favorite games of all time.
Posted: January 8, 2013
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4.2 hrs on record
Pretty good Point-and-Click Adventure game series. This does have widescreen support. Voices, graphics, writing, and comedy is good. Each episode takes about 3-6 hours, depends on if you have hints on, trying to hear all the dialog, etc.
Posted: October 21, 2011
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2.6 hrs on record
'Sam & Max: Season Two' improves upon the first season with better graphics and voice acting, as well as more challenging puzzles and witty dialogue. A very worthy installment to the 'Sam & Max' game franchise.
Posted: October 20, 2012
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5.5 hrs on record
Go read my recommendation regarding Season 1 (http://steamcommunity.com/id/blue_award/recommended/8200) as pretty much everything still applies here.

The story in Season 2 is a rather direct continuation of the previous season. There's some exposition regarding the recurring characters and what has happened previously, so it's not absolutely required, but generally you are missing out if you haven't played the first season.

Mechanics are pretty much the same, although the hint system has changed. If the game decides you are lost, one of your main characters will offer a comment without your prompt (and you get to choose the frequency of this happening.. down to "never"). Also as a side note, support for widescreen is there :3 And I'd say episodes feel slightly longer not sure if this is because there's more content or if they are slightly more challenging.

Anyway, the wicked humor is still there and that's what you are for!
Posted: January 27, 2013
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6.0 hrs on record
Season 2 of Sam and Max was even better overall than the first one. The episodes are longer, the puzzles are more challenging, and the stories are exponentially more ludicrous. Although none of the episodes in this season top Episode 5: Reality 2.0 from the first season, as a whole season 2 is much improved over season 1. Episode 4: Chariots of the Dogs is easily the best episode with extremely clever and satisfying puzzles. Both seasons 1 and 2 are well worth the playthough and should not be missed.
Posted: February 11, 2012
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3.1 hrs on record
Season Two is more of the same, which is high praise indeed. But you'll really need to play through Season One first. In a franchise known for embracing randomness, the characters and plot fling around and slam together like a honeybaked ham in a laundromat dryer (that anaolgy sounds random, but makes *perfect sense* to the initiated.) So you'll really want to play these in order.

Like all point-and-click games you'll probably get frustrated in a part or three, but unlike when Hit the Road came out in 93, now you've got internet walk-thrus right at your fingertips.
Posted: September 18, 2011
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