Sam & Max: Culture Shock
Here it is, the first episode of Sam & Max! It all starts with a case about cheese, at that point I was confused. Well, anyways I finished the first case and moved on. I noticed that it was a point and click game (I was expecting something else), and I thought it was stupid. That was until I actually went on to the story and realized how funny it was. Sam & Max is not for everyone, but if you like humor you will love this game.
Sam & Max: Situation Comedy
No wonder why it is called "Situation: Comedy," because this episode has even more humor than the first. Then something had gone wrong... I beat this episode in two hours. That was the only thing that made me mad about this episode, but other than that, good. In here you go to different T.V studios.
Sam & Max: The Mole, The Mob, and The Meatball
The Mole, The Mob and The Meatball has better Gameplay, although it is about as long as the previous episode. You play a game where you shoot the singing rats (no not real ones), and a mini-game slot machine (Which you always win on...). Also, in the middle you go on a scavenger hunt. It really doesn't take long to beat, I beat it on the floor watching television...
Sam & Max: Abe Lincoln Must Die!
It may sound like a horrible concept but it's pretty cool. Sam & Max go against a *SPOILERS* robotic Abraham Lincoln in a humorous election. Too bad it also suffers from only two hour syndrome, making it also less enjoyable. Max is the most important in this episode (FINALLY)!
Sam & Max: Reality 2.0
In this immersive episode Sam, Max and others go to a simulation related to real life (the title is pretty self-explanatory). Cool, new jokes, new gameplay, new objects, it's actually quite different from the other Sam & Max episodes. Not only is it funnier but it has a better replay value making it better.
Sam & Max: Bright Side of The Moon
It's so sad that it has to come so soon, the last episode of Sam & Max Season 1. A lot of people might be mixed up to this point but there is literally a bright side of the moon (this involves Hugh Bliss the guy who like colors. It's pretty creepy...). You have to save the world yet again from being taken over. To me this episode is a fitting end to season 1