Celebrate Telltale's anniversary, get epic discounts 14 May, 2009, 20:22 / 7 comments

Telling is turning five years old, and to celebrate the occasion Telltale is offering a unique promotional deal on their products.

The way it works is this. Visit this page for a unique coupon code that will enable you to buy any individual Telltale game for $5. This coupon code can be shared with anyone, and every time a person uses your coupon code, you get $1 of credit on Telltale products. The more people you share your code with, the more credit you'll receive! The promotion lasts 34 days.

If that doesn't interest you, there's still the fact that Telltale's main page is now decorated with a huge image of pretty much every character that has appeared in a Telltale game. Which is pretty awesome.

Update: The event's press release reveals an interesting little statistic - over one million Telltale episodes have been sold since the company began.


  • hierohero on 17 May, 2009, 22:29…
    heres my guestimate of the sales break down.. taking sum vgcharts figures and extrapolating

    strong bad about 110, 000 episodes

    samnmax s1 on wii sold abt 60,000 so thats 360, 000 episodes

    and sam and max season 1 n 2 on pc has sold about 500,000 episodes across all platforms..

    so thats about a million..
  • DeadKyle on 16 May, 2009, 00:56…
    Isn't it awesome that TT have only been around 5 years and they've put out so much stuff. And consistently good stuff. They have to be the most reliable game company out there. The variety of games. I know they are mostly the same style of games but the characters and franchises they've done. Big round of applause.
  • Laserschwert on 15 May, 2009, 13:07…
    Why billions if you could sell MILLIONS??!! *bwahahaha*
  • Sp0tted on 15 May, 2009, 12:10…
    1 Million... that's it? I know Telltale is a small operation, but I was under the impression they were selling more than that.

    It's still a great milestone, don't get me wrong. Maybe this doesn't include the Valve/Steam episodes of SnM?
  • neon_git on 15 May, 2009, 12:52…
    "Selling over 1,000,000 game episodes worldwide across all channels, platforms, and formats"

    That's around around 50,000 sales per episode. Not too shabby if you ask me.
  • Sp0tted on 19 May, 2009, 02:14…
    But, at 8.95 an episode, that's only $8.95 million in 5 years...... that's not exactly a financial windfall.
  • jp-30 on 15 May, 2009, 12:15…