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The group heads to Macon, Georgia where they meet a group of survivors, led by a woman named Lilly, who saves them from a herd of walkers.Lilly's group is situated in a drugstore which Lee's parents owned.
Episode 1 was released on April 24th, 2012 on PC, Xbox 360 and, PS3, and Episode 5 was released on November 20th for PS3 and November 21st for PC and Xbox 360.After fighting off the police man (who turned into a walker after the crash), Lee meets Clementine, a young girl who was hiding out in her tree-house, as well as Shawn Greene.Shawn takes Lee and Clementine home to Shawn's family farm, owned by his father, Hershel Greene.Ben's two companions die in the chaos of saving one from a bear trap, and the other dies and reanimates despite not being bitten. John from a nearby dairy farm offer food and shelter in exchange for gasoline for their generators that power their electric fence. While there, Mark is hit by a crossbow arrow from a group of bandits attacking the farm, and Brenda, the brothers' mother, takes him into the house for medical treatment.Ben reveals that being bitten is not the only way one can become a walker; simply the act of dying can cause one to turn. Lee goes with Danny to find the bandit camp but instead come across a crazed woman named Jolene, who appears to know something about the farm but is killed before she reveals it.Lee is forced to kill his reanimated brother in order to retrieve the keys.
Upon entering the pharmacy, the alarm sounds, forcing the group to leave the drugstore after giving Larry his medicine.
A retail disc version was released December 11th for PS3 and Xbox 360 in North America, A European retail disc version was released May 10th 2013.
The 'Game of the Year' disc edition was released for Play Station 4 and Xbox One on October 14, 2014.
Clementine helps their escape, and they quickly rescue the rest of the group from the St.
Johns, leaving them to their fate as the electric generators go and Walkers invade the farm.
The game is based on the graphic novels of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard; it was developed by Telltale Games as is Season 2.