Ben There, Dan That! New Comedy Point-and-Click Adventure

London, England. 21st of July 2008. Tea-time.

'Ben There, Dan That!' is a freeware comedy adventure game by Zombie Cow Studios, written by and somewhat-narcissistically starring the eponymous Dan and Ben, a couple of layabout geeks who always seem to find themselves knee-deep in high-adventure.

Through an improbable series of events, our heroes find themselves aboard an alien vessel, and must puzzle their way through multiple madcap dimensions to make their way home.

'Ben There, Dan That!' is bursting with bold cartoon graphics, reams of laugh-out-loud dialogue, colourful characters, and an incredible musical score by Mike Watts of Encore Music.

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About Ben There, Dan That!:

Written by Dan Marshall and Ben Ward, this knockabout comedy is a labour of love between two lifelong chums. It's an independent freeware title built using Chris Jone's Adventure Game Studio. You can find out more about that at

There will be an in-depth 'making of Ben There, Dan That!' article in the October issue of PCZone, and the game will be supplied on the coverdisk.

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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: cartoon deathmatch hilarity in 'Gibbage' and block-dropping puzzle action in 'Cruxade'.

You can find out more about Mike Watts and his phenomenal talents at Encore Music:

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