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Sam & Max are back with dancing corpses


6:30 PM on 03.09.2012
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This time Sam and Max star in Night of the Raving Dead and will head to Germany where they will go up against an emo vampire and zombies who like to get their freak on. The third episode in Beyond Time and Space is out now for the iOS for $4.99. Along with the new adventure, it will feature a new mini-game and soundboard to mess with.

I'm sure you're excited if you're a Sam and Max fan and own an iOS device. For the rest of us, well maybe they'll release it for Android devices too. Bitter? Me? Nah. Well, maybe a little. And in case you were wondering, the full title for this is Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space - Episode 3: Night of the Raving Dead. Try saying that five times fast.








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