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Time Gentlemen, Please!

Point-and-clicker arrives on Steam.

‘Time Gentlemen, Please!’, Zombie Cow Studios’ outrageous sequel to the award-winning ‘Ben There, Dan That!’, has seen unprecedented positive reviews from the media, and is now set to find a new audience through Steam.

Following a glowing 9/10 review from Eurogamer, and a 90% Classic Award from PCZone, ‘Time Gentlemen, Please!’ has gone on to receive enough praise to garner a hugely impressive score of 87 on Metacritic.

With its outlandish humour, skittish good looks, superb design and laugh-out-loud script, ‘Time Gentlemen, Please!’ is a love letter to the classic point-and-click genre we all remember so fondly, brought bang up-to-date with cuttingly-sophisticated satire and a veritable plethora of naughty swearwords.

‘Time Gentlemen, Please!’ is the successor to ‘Ben There, Dan That!’ which was voted Best Freeware Adventure Game of 2008 by both the critics and readers of The plot follows haphazard geeks Dan and Ben as they saunter through time trying to put a stop to an alternate-universe Hitler and his band of heavily-armed cloned Nazi dinosaurs.

Both games have now been bundled together and released through Steam, bringing you two classic full-length adventures for just $4.99.

"It’s been an amazing summer for us." said Dan Marshall, owner of Zombie Cow Studios. “Getting the games up on Steam now feels like a huge badge of honour. For such a tiny studio, it’s massively exciting to be bringing the games to a whole new audience.”

"...excellent scripting, consistent, cartoony design and delight in overtly, overly referential absurdity...even the Telltale titles are clunky and formulaic compared to the anarchistic invention of games like this...


“It's one of the most outrageous games I've ever played and for that alone I love it. 90%, Classic Award” PCZone

“Funnier than any game in years, and delightfully rude. Point-and-click adventuring done right for a change.


” PCGamer

“… this is the point-and-click re-imagined for the faintly jaded generation. By all means, check out Ben There, Dan That for a taster of what to expect but - especially given its miniscule asking price – this should be right at the top of your list.”–’s ‘

Best of 2009 So Far’.

‘Time Gentlemen, Please!’ is available for purchase at the preposterously low price of £2.99/ $4.99ish through Steam. It comes bundled with its predecessor ‘Ben There, Dan That!’.


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About Zombie Cow Studios

Zombie Cow Studios is an independent video game developer formed in July 2008. Also by the same studio: award-winning freeware adventure ‘Ben There, Dan That!’, cartoon deathmatch hilarity in ‘Gibbage’ and block-dropping puzzle action in ‘Cruxade’.


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