SAM & MAX HIT THE BEACH: BEYOND TIME AND SPACE - EPISODE 2 OUT NOW ON iOS

DOGS AND RABBITS LIVING TOGETHER - MASS HYSTERIA

The canine and the hyper-kinetic lagomorph are back again in another one of the duo's classic adventures, re-imagined for iOS, Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space - Episode 2: Moai Better Blues. Starting today, fans of Steve Purcell's beloved team can get the Telltale series' second episode in universal app form via the iTunes App Store for $4.99!

Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space - Episode 2: Moai Better Blues finds Sam & Max trading their big-city digs for something a little more tropical as they head to Easter Island to stop a volcano from destroying the famous islet. It's going to take some clever thinking from the Freelance Police to win over the gods and save Easter Island in their latest sojourn.

Episode 2 - Moai Better Blues is chock full o' the nifty extras created exclusively for Beyond Time and Space including a competitive Whack-da-Ratz minigame and a sound board for Sam & Max fans to create their own string of crazy quotes straight from the mouths of their favorite characters.

The Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space - Episode 2:Moai Better Blues universal iOS app is available now in the iTunes App Store for $4.99. The series' first episode, Ice Station Santa,is also available in the App Store for just $4.99 so getting into latest Sam & Max's adventure is now easier than ever.

Screenshots, trailers and assets are easily accessed at vip.telltalegames.com

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Alan Johnson

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