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Sam & Max -- Season 2 Episode #1: Ice Station Santa Videos and Trailers - PC

Sam & Max -- Season 2 Episode #1: Ice Station Santa
Game Description:Sam & Max are back for a second season of warm, melty episodic goodness. The new season promises a number of improvements, including changes to all the recurring locations (and a few brand new ones), a more lively populace in each locale, all-new, unique mini-games in every episode, updated driving game with improved controls (plus you can now upgrade your DeSoto), and even more bizarre scenarios that will take Sam & Max from the arctic to the tropics and beyond! Ice Station Santa puts a whole new spin on the season of giving, peace, and joy. With Christmas presents on the attack and carols of gunshots drowning out the bells, Sam & Max must storm the North Pole to bring down a less-than-jolly foe. Can they make sense of this Christmas conundrum in time to save the world's children from a holiday tainted by tears, turmoil, and Torture-Me-Elmer?
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