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Time Gentlemen, Please!

by thezombiecow

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File size: 40 MB
Downloaded: 4,139 times
Graphics: 800x600, 32-bit color
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Release Date:
22 Jun 2009
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Full Length Game
Short Game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium Length Game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full Length Game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
Non-Adventure Game Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
Joke Game You know when it fits this category ;)
Demo Unfinished Games / Commercial Games
Training Game Games made just to try out AGS
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Content Advisory:
Bad LanguageFrequent, strong
SexExplicit dialog


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14 people have rated this game so far:
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About this game

The sequel to 2008's Award Winning 'Ben There, Dan That!'.

It's a comedy adventure game! Sit back, relax, and put your mind to work solving puzzles, and reading funny dialogue. It's like a book, only good!

What's worse than finding out that your future evil selves have set about a series of events that wipes out all human life on the planet? Going back in time to fix things with half a mind on preventing coathangers from ever being invented, and accidentally setting up an alternate-universe Hitler with an unstoppable army of dinosaur clones instead, that's what! Whoopsie!
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AGS Awards Wins

Won, Best Game Created with AGS for 2009 2009

Won, Best Dialogue Writing 2009

Won, Best Non Player Character 2009

Won, Best Gameplay 2009

AGS Awards Nominations

Nominated, Best Player Character 2009

Nominated, Best Puzzles 2009

Nominated, Best Animation 2009

Nominated, Best Programming in an Adventure 2009

AGS Panel Review

"Very funny and British satire of the adventure game genre, especially the LucasArts branch of it. Long, non-linear, and extra tightly designed puzzle wise. For those who care - contains an unlimited number of custom-written comments to player interactions."

8 people commented on this game (newest first):

They sell this game for half what it's worth, and I say that as someone who rarely spends money on.... well, anything. But I'd have paid twice the price and still been happy. The writing is about seven leagues beyond hilarious, and the puzzles are simply brilliant. The artistic style is simple but captivating, and the music is catchy. A phenomenal game all around.
2010-03-09 02:58:19 by Baron (vanwijst)
I had to buy this after playing BTDT. This game is worth every penny, and then some! It's funny as hell, and the designers paid more attention to detail in the scripting and making of this AGS game than any other I've seen thus far.

I don't buy many games, but this was totally worth the money. Just think--bars sell beers for more than you'd pay for this game, and trust me, a beer won't provide you with nearly the level of enjoyment as this!
2010-01-11 02:43:48 by SKYY
Despite a couple illogical puzzles, this game is just amazing!

Go play it! NOW! Or in the future! Or in the past!
2009-09-03 21:40:12 by jkohen
A fun, well polished work. Definitely worth the money! If you enjoyed the first one, I see no reason why you wouldn't enjoy this.
2009-08-10 03:55:54 by MillsJROSS
I've just completed the game and had to come to AGS to sing its praises straight away. This brilliant game is easily the best AGS game made this year. I laughed my socks off too. :)
2009-07-10 06:58:50 by paolo
Bloody amazing! Really really good. Got to be the best adventure game I've ever played, and [i]I've[/i] played Ben There, Dan That!

The visuals are quirky, original, consistent and clear. The puzzles are funny, relevant to the plot, the perfect length, and with the difficulty spot on!

If this game doesn't get a five-cup rating, I'll, I'll... Well, I'll get as annoyed as I did when Ben There, Dan That! didn't get four!
2009-07-09 14:25:23 by Mark (markbilly)
And the visual side of it is just lovely!
2009-07-02 13:41:11 by Ray (rascal)
I'm reffering to the commercial full version, which I got for about 4,50 € and which is well worth it:
The complexity of the puzzles in this game really is amazing (while there are ample subtle and not so subtle hints to help the player figure thing out), the music is great, the setting is weird beyond description, the humour reaches from funny to abysmal, but the overall fun factor is close to unbeatable!
Keep up the good work, mates!

By the way, the gameworld-within-the-gameworld thingy is just as great as good old Infocom's puzzles in Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky!
Nuff said.
2009-07-02 13:39:37 by Ray (rascal)
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