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Sam and Max Hit the Road

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Grab your nightstick, squeal like a siren, and Hit the Road with Sam & Max, Freelance Police, as they attempt to crack their toughest case. Sam (a canine shamus) and Max (a hyperkinetic rabbity thing) are hot on the trail of a runaway carnival bigfoot across America’s quirky underbelly in this deranged animated adventure!

Solving this case is up to you! You direct the actions of Sam & Max, tearing down the road with mayhem on their minds and Corn Duds on their breath, on a peril-fraught mission to make the world safe for Sasquatches and sentient mammals everywhere!

Based on Steve Purcell's unconventional cult comic books, Sam & Max will take you on an irreverent road trip adventure that will put hair on your back. Collide with tacky tourist traps and intimidate their bizarre denizens.

Help our frightening, furry flatfoots find the fugitive freak! Do it now!

  • Enjoy edgy animation and twisted humor!
  • Endless hours of fun playing mini-games like Wak-A-Rat and CarBomb!
  • Indulge in gratuitous antisocial behavior!
  • Roadside attractions your parents refused to stop at!



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