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More Sam & Max tracks released 22 Mar, 2007, 23:58 / 9 comments

After much forum clamoring, Telltale has posted four more selections from the Season 1 soundtrack on its site. Included is the Ted E. Bear theme, two tracks from Abe Lincoln Must Die!, and one from the upcoming Reality 2.0. Woah.

And for folks who take their games straight from the tap, Machinima Short #12, "Saving the Economy," is now available for viewing.

Reality 2.0 premieres on Gametap one week from today, and will show up on Telltale's site two weeks after that.

Comments

  • Bobbin Threadbare on 25 Mar, 2007, 08:23…
    They should make a track of the Ted E. Bear's Mafia Playland and Casino song when you click on the heads.
  • Glo_kidd on 24 Mar, 2007, 06:25…
    I had the Ted E. Bear theme stuck in my head for a week :)Hmm... Wait a second! I should stagger these tracks into mixed cd's and give them to people who sleep with music playing. Hopefully this would cause some sort of sleep-hypnosis and cause them to sing the song constantly throughout the next day, infecting all who he/she comes into contact with. Although, the subject would most likley have to be aware of the Sam and Max games, otherwise they might think they were possesed by a smattering of fifties musicians from different genres :P
  • Glo_kidd on 24 Mar, 2007, 07:42…
    darn doublepost ruining my jokes :P . sorry about that guys *oops*. For some reason it seemed to hang when I cliked submit so i thougt it wasnt going through. Fudge :(
  • Gabez on 24 Mar, 2007, 15:55…
    It's our bad really - we should have en edit/delete function. Remi...? ;-*
  • Glo_kidd on 24 Mar, 2007, 06:23…
    I had the Ted E. Bear theme stuck in my head for a week :)Hmm... Wait a second! I should stagger these tracks into mixed cd's and give them to people who sleep with music playing. Hopefully this would cause some sort of sleep-hypnosis and cause them to sing the song constantly throughout the next day, infecting all who he/she comes into contact with. Although, the subject would most likley have to be aware of the Sam and Max games, otherwise they might think they were possesed by a smattering of fifties musicians from different genres :P
  • The Tingler on 23 Mar, 2007, 17:06…
    Reminds me (much like the title) of that Virtual Reality bit in Sam & Max Hit The Road...
  • Mad Lord Snapcase on 23 Mar, 2007, 15:35…
    Awesome. I'm really looking forward to Reality 2.0!
  • MrSneeze on 23 Mar, 2007, 01:05…
    8-bit music! :D
  • pheeph on 23 Mar, 2007, 01:58…
    I was thinking the same thing... sounds like the average 8-bit NES game...