Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse

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Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse

Requires Docker and the AWS CLI. See installation instructions

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AWS SAM is an extension of AWS CloudFormation, so you get the reliable deployment capabilities of CloudFormation. You can also define resources using CloudFormation in your SAM template and use the full suite of resources, intrinsic functions, and other template features that are available in AWS CloudFormation.

Requires Docker and the AWS CLI. See installation instructions

Use SAM to organize related components, share configuration such as memory and timeouts between resources, and deploy all related resources together as a single, versioned entity.

SAM integrates with a suite of AWS serverless tools. Find new applications in the AWS Serverless Application Repository, use AWS Cloud9 IDE to author, test, and debug SAM-based serverless applications, and AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodeDeploy, and AWS CodePipeline to build a deployment pipeline. To start with a project structure, code repository, and CI/CD pipeline configured for you, try AWS CodeStar.

Use SAM CLI to step-through and debug your code. It provides a Lambda-like execution environment locally and helps you catch issues upfront.

AWS SAM is an extension of AWS CloudFormation, so you get the reliable deployment capabilities of CloudFormation. You can also define resources using CloudFormation in your SAM template and use the full suite of resources, intrinsic functions, and other template features that are available in AWS CloudFormation.

Deploy your infrastructure as config to leverage best practices such as code reviews. Enable gradual deployments through AWS CodeDeploy and tracing using AWS X-Ray with just a few lines of SAM config.

Make pull requests, report bugs, and share ideas to improve the full AWS SAM template specification

Add new commands or enhance existing ones, report bugs, and improve documentation for the SAM CLI

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Macintosh, Windows PC, PlayStation 3

Sam And Max Games Free

Comic Mischief
Drug Reference
Mild Blood
Mild Language
Mild Suggestive Themes

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This is a 'point-and-click' adventure game in which players control private detectives, a wily dog named Sam and a sarcastic rabbit called Max, through a comical episode of mystery case-solving. The storyline is infused with one-liners and running jokes that are based largely on 'play-on-words' suggestive innuendo; for example, 'I'd like to inspect your trunks' and 'Restrain your nut-lust.' Other lines contain more direct suggestive phrases and references to drugs; for example, '. . . dragged underground by sex-crazed anarchist sewer rats!' and 'Oh, I thought I'd smoke some drugs and get pregnant, that's all!' Characters use language such as 'damn' and 'hell,' and the word 'a*shole' is partially bleeped/censored in dialogue. During the course of the game, a villain uses a 'cartoony' gun to shoot at characters, though there is no depiction of injury; the central characters also beat up elves off screen amid the sound of screaming. In a couple of scenes, blood is briefly depicted: characters find a note written in blood; an elf-vampire hiccups as a drop of blood falls from its mouth.

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