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Sam & Max Save the World Remastered Available Now on PC and Nintendo Switch

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Sam & Max Save the World Remastered is now available on Steam, GOG, and the Nintendo eShop. The critically acclaimed first season of Telltale’s episodic Sam & Max franchise has been remastered by a small team of the original developers who acquired the rights after Telltale shut down in 2018.

The remaster is now available for USD 19.99 and includes English voices and subtitles in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Hungarian, Czech, and Russian.

Check this trailer down below:

Players will take the role of Sam as he is joined once again by his hyperkinetic rabbit sidekick Max to solve a baffling mind-control mystery. Upgrades to this 2007 point-and-click classic include higher-quality graphics and sound, dynamic lighting and lip-sync, widescreen and gamepad support, five new musical tracks, and several tweaks to make the aesthetic and overall experience smoother and more enjoyable by 2020 standards.

Fans of the franchise can join the developers and the game designer, Dave Grossman in a live stream today at 5 pm PST, all the money will be sent to a charity organization.

GOG customers will be happy to know that if they own the 2007 download version of Sam & Max Save the World (a.k.a. Sam & Max Season One) on Steam or GOG, they can get 50% off the remastered version through December 31. People who originally bought the game on Telltale’s website can take advantage of this deal by visiting: https://upgrade.skunkapegames.com

Jared Emerson-Johnson’s jazzy Sam & Max Save the World soundtrack has also been released today on Bandcamp, Steam, and GOG. It’s available to buy for 9.99 USD standalone, customers can also save 15% on both the soundtrack and the game with a cost-saving bundle.

This nearly 3-hour digital album includes newly mixed versions of the original live music from all six episodes, the full cutscene score, an extended version of the new opening credits theme as well as the now-retired credits theme, and instrumental and vocal versions of the fan-favorite War Song — a massive 82 tracks in all

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