Nazi Dinosaurs abound in 'Time Gentlemen, Please!'

London, England. July 2009.

‘Time Gentlemen, Please!’ is the hilarious follow-up to 2008’s award-winning comedy adventure game‘Ben There, Dan That!’.

After their original outrageous misadventures, layabout geeks Dan and Ben find themselves as accidental and somewhat-neglectful Rulers of the Earth and as such, proud owners of 6 billion corpses. What’s more,‘fixing everything up’ by craftily popping back in time has resulted in an alternate-universe Hitler with an entire army of goose-stepping Nazi dinosaur clones! Whoopsie!

Now they’re going to need your help to get out of what is, let’s be honest, a thoroughly preposterous mess.

‘Time Gentlemen, Please!’ is a classic point-and-click adventure game, dragged into the 21st century with over-indulgent use of all the different colours, a full glorious soundtrack and those trendy particle effects the kids seem to need, to enjoy themselves these days.

All this for only£2.99/ $5ish, which is pretty much the same as a pint in an overpriced London boozer. Bargain.

Being a low budget indie studio, we’re keen to garner as much attention for the game as possible, so please direct any questions or requests for review copies/ exclusive site content (interviews, etc) to, and I’ll be more than happy to help. is the direct link to the game's page.

About Zombie Cow Studios:

Zombie Cow Studios is an independent video game developer formed in July 2008 as a label under which all games written by Dan Marshall (with a little help from his friends) will be published. Also by the same studio: freeware adventure‘Ben There, Dan That!’, cartoon deathmatch hilarity in‘Gibbage’ and block-dropping puzzle action in‘Cruxade’.

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