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Das Spiel lebt von seinem Humor, doch dabei geht es derb zu. Wem Sam & Max nicht weit genug ging, wer mit Nonsense statt tiefgründiger, realistischer Story leben kann, wem es nichts ausmacht, seinen Weg in einem Adventure mit Leichen zu pflastern, und wer bei niedrigen Auflösungen und ruckeligen Animationen nicht davonrennt, der sollte sich dieses Spiel anschauen. Gefällt einem der Humor, ist dieses Adventure Pflicht.
Pros: Brilliantly written dialogue and fantastic scenarios keep you laughing the whole time. Can’t go wrong for the price (FREE). Cons: Puzzles aren’t very difficult. Game is relatively short. Lack of music is disappointing. Humor may be too adult for some.
The dialogue is very well written, with lots of humour. The plot is brilliant with the aliens keeping Ben and Dan occupied as they try to take over the world. Zany graphics and bright colours really add a lot of appeal to the game, and make it fun to play, although the slow walking speed can get slightly annoying at times. Conversations are shown as text on screen, but can drag on a little bit sometimes. Sound effects are quiet, and don't over power the game, and adds a little bit of suspense. Any adventure fan is sure to love this game. So what are you waiting for? Start downloading it.
Ben There Dan That is pretty much totally awesome. It's free (huzzah) and is a faithful and sly homage to games of yore and send-up of the games of today. The game is filled with cheek and loaded with old school adventure game charm. Sure, like all adventure games it has its interface quirks (I got pretty tired of right-clicking through my interactivity options and began to wish I could double-click to jump to locations instead of having to watch my guys walk everywhere), but it's a gem beyond that, and for me the far and away highlight of the month. I laughed out loud more than once and played it right on through to the end. By and large, it has much less frustrating and obscure puzzle solving than most adventure games offer, as well.
Ben a Dan jsou dva nerozluční kamarádi a za svůj život spolu zažili mnohá dobrodružství. Co na tom, že je jeden chytřejší a druhý… ne moc důvtipný. Už na první pohled je zřejmé, že je před námi zábavný a ztřeštěný příběh plný humoru a zvláštních situací.
By the way, I'm giving Ben There, Dan That a final score of B. You may be thinking, how can you lavish all this praise on these guys and cough up a measly B? Frankly, this is a game that is going to strike different constituencies quite differently. If you are a Maniac Mansion maniac, you are going to love BTDT. If you're easily offended, you're going to hate it. So, to be fair to all, the game gets a mean of B. However, you gamers all know who you are, and can judge your interest in BTDT appropriately. Just remember -- Green stamps. In the new green economy they're going to be even huger. And greener.