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!
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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?

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Mac OS X
    • 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
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a singular weed
0.5 hrs
Posted: August 24
santa doesnt exist silly billy
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AlbinoNinja96
2.9 hrs
Posted: July 3
Help Santa help you.
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真 MUTANT OVERLORD
3.6 hrs
Posted: May 28
One of the best point and click adventure games on Steam.
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UthersonL [PL]
3.6 hrs
Posted: April 4
Episodic small-scale comedy point-and-click. The episodes are considerably longer and more difficult than they were in season one. A word of warning: it may look child-friendly, but at times it is not, and the writing doesn't feel like it was ever intended to be.
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[MoX]Arken
2.7 hrs
Posted: March 28
Entirely missing the comedy of the original game. Telltale should just stick to dramatic story lines, they have zero apptitude for comedy.
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Röbton
2.3 hrs
Posted: February 24
Not too much changes gameplay wise from season 1. It’s continuing to be a linear storyline driven point-and-click adventure where you have to solve puzzles, and fit pieces together by revisiting locations.

Story-wise, this game went even more out there than the previous season (which I adored), this season went more in-depth with older characters, introduced a whole lot of new ones. And in whole, tied up A LOT of loose ends from the first season. Telltale knew their ♥♥♥♥ back then too.

From the technical side, a lot of improvements was made here. Mostly in the engine, which now allowed me to play at my native resolution (1080p), and added functionality to use the arrow keys while in the driving sequences and stuff. Other than the game looked much better and was slightly better to navigate, not much was done to the feel of the game. It was played exactly like the previous season, which wasn’t a problem. (According to the steam discussions, this doesn’t work with Win10 either. You have been warned.)

I’m really liking the Sam & Max Series so far, it’s exactly my kind of humor. Recommended.
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FriendFive
8.2 hrs
Posted: December 30, 2015
I've played through all three seasons of these Telltale Sam & Max games now and I really enjoyed them all. They all sort of blend into one another in my mind, but I think season 2 was the most humorous and it certainly upped the craziness in terms of plot and the locations and situations that Sam & Max find themselves in. This season also introduced many new characters and started to phase out Bosco, who was really becoming tedious and tiresome for me over the course of the first season.

Backing up a bit: these episodic games from Telltale are point-and-click adventure games with quirky characters and surreal humor. If you know anything about the Sam & Max characters, then you should already own all three seasons as you will most likely enjoy them.

My one complaint about the games overall is that there is a little too much going back and forth between the several locations that comprise each episode, trying to solve the main puzzle (or puzzles) in each location, in order to get something you'll need to go solve another location's puzzles. When you get stuck, you do a lot of visiting each of the locations, looking for the one thing you missed that will let you proceed.
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Crazy Pyro
12.0 hrs
Posted: December 19, 2015
Still love Sam and Max and their priceless adventures, that and also just like Season one can't get enough of these two. Orh how much the games brought out my point and click love that was hidden for a long bit since of... Sometimes you miss the good ol' days. :3
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Coil_Whine
3.1 hrs
Posted: December 13, 2015
Solve a North pole mystery, investigate vampires, travel back in time and find Satan in the Freelance Police's second season. IMHO the best season in the series.
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The Enquirer
2.3 hrs
Posted: December 2, 2015
Just like Season 1, this series maintain's it's wit, humor, and certainly is as, if not more, difficult than the previous season. Plus the ghost of your dead gold fish is trying to kill you, so that's a thing. Certainly worth picking up even if you aren't into the point and click adventure genre just for the dialogue.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
15 of 15 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: November 30, 2013
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.
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19 of 25 people (76%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
4.0 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: October 2, 2014
✓ 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!
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 3, 2014
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.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 11, 2012
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.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 22, 2015
(Review counted as the Complete Sam and Max Series 1,2 and 3)
Really entertaining and funny point and click adventure game. Though I admit I am a bit dumb when it came to puzzles in this game...often ended up looking up guides >w> SHHHHH! In all honesty the puzzles (basicly everything you do in the game) are all well thought out so there isn't any super unrealistic answer to a problem that hasn't been hinted slightly in the game....Like pixel searching or using items together in a way that makes no sense to solve a problem.

Get it if you love point and click adventure games because this is as good as it gets!! ^.^ As long as you dont mind 15 games appearing in your games library after only buying 3.....
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 6, 2013
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.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 27, 2013
Takes everything from the first season and improves it. The storyline is really good by the last couple episodes.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 8, 2013
More characters, more episodes, more fun. These are some of my favorite games of all time.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 21, 2012
Better than Season 1. It's less repetitive and keeps the same humour. B
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 18, 2015
Sam & Max Season Two is made of five episodes and continues insane adventure of Sam and Max in this point'n'click "old-school" adventure game. "Old-school" stands for "has nonsense puzzles".

It didn't make any big change to the series formula, still having same system. You will notice it in the graphics the most, as they are on same technical level, which would start to feel outdated in 2008. Then again, Season One was kinda outdated too. But hey, it still looks nice artistically.

Positive thing that was added was hints system. You can choose how frequent you want to have main character throw hints at you, from none to often. They come from subtle to insultingly direct. Max may say to go somewhere else, he may hint you "remember how we did it the last time" or Sam may exclaim "Ah, I get it, it's <something that directly solves the puzzle>".
It's still helpful to have them as rare.

And well, the first half of season isn't exactly amazing. It's original, yet something you kinda expect from comedical adventure games, while it also has adventure games sin: mini-games! Thanfully, they are easy and nice. Most hate cheap'n'hard minigames in such games after all.
Then as the second half of season comes, it completely throws mini-games away and focuses on much more exciting setting. No spoilers, but you will get some fun things to do. Wink wink, time.
And episodes felt a bit longer than expected too.

So, if you nejoyed Season One, it will be worth it. And worth it for others too. Almost. Puzzles are still stupid at times. Not as stupid as some "classics" though, it's still weird at times. And not always hinted. Well, aside from straight hints from main characters.
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