For the next 5 days pick 5 games in bulk from the list at the link below and get 80% off. Alank Wake, The Witcher, Sam and Max and many more. Take a look and get these already low priced games for even cheaper.
It’s like Spelunky gone heavy metal.
99 LEVELS TO HELL?!
Yes – well, actually there’s 100 levels to descend in this game. No, you won’t survive. By now you should have got around to playing Spelunky and have surely got a taste for challenging indie roguelikes with a focus on platforming. 99 Levels To Hell is cut from the same cloth as Spelunky but comes coated in a metal soundtrack and more guns, blood, and top hat tomfoolery than anything else before it (probably).
GOG.com helps you prepare for the end of the world by putting all of their holiday bundles on sale; more than 125 games for up to 75% off!
GOG.com, the digital distributor of games for PC and Mac, has just announced it’s preparing for the inevitable End of The World, in true gamer fashion. Whether the Mayans were right and tomorrow spells the end of everything is anyone’s guess, however GOG.com urges the gamers worldwide to remain calm and play games like there’s no tomorrow. Just in case. The End of the World Sale has just started and will last for 24 hours, that is until Thursday December 20 at 14:59 GMT, which should give gamers some time to enjoy their games before the 21st arrives and a wave of fiery pudding engulfs the world.
With $190+ worth of Interplay games on sale, 3 indie new releases, more than 50 games for Mac and even more news from GOG.com, the CD Projekt RED & GOG.com Special Event was packed with news.
GOG.com, the digital distributor of the best games in history, just finished its CD Projekt RED & GOG.com Special Event, and they’ve announced an incredible new deal on Interplay games, many new releases, and even that they’re bringing their games to a new operating system-the Mac OS!
GOG.com, the digital distributor of DRM-free gaming goodness, would like to remind you about CD Projekt & GOG.com Special Event that’s taking place on the Thursday, the 18th of October at 11 AM Pacific Time, streamed live to the web from www.gog.com or www.facebook.com/gogcom. GOG.com will have a lot of news about new games, classic games, and even big news about an exciting new direction that the digital distributor formerly known as ‘Good Old Games’ will be taking. The crazy minds behind GOG.com posted this video today to get you wondering what the annoucement is:
After GOG.com finishes thier part of the presentation, developer CD Projekt RED will take the stage of the live stream to share news of their own about The Witcher 2, their in-development modding toolset called the REDKit, and even some tantalizing new details about the upcoming Cyberpunk® RPG that they’re working on.
Anyone looking to watch should go to www.gog.com or www.facebook.com/gogcom at 18:00 GMT (That’s 2PM in New York and 11 AM in Los Angeles) to check it out live.
GOG.com, the prodigious provider of premium PC games, is proud to announce that for the first time in its history, a “Pay What You Want” bundle is available on GOG.com. This fantastic deal, prepared in close partnership with the well-liked developer of the Divinity series; Larian Studios, allows GOG.com gamers to pay as little (or as much!) as they want for the epic RPG adventures Divine Divinity, Beyond Divinity, and Divinity II – Developer’s Cut. The bundle can be purchased at www.gog.com/divinity until 01:00 AM GMT, 18 October 2012.
GOG.com, the scrappy upstart digital distribution provider that’s all heart (and ethernet cable) has just turned four, and they’re celebrating in their usual fashion. As a distribution service, they’ve changed a lot over the last four years, and in the process of doing so the people who’ve been making the weekly (or more often!) trip to the digital storefront to see what’s new has also changed: many people come to GOG.com to buy newer games, and they may have been missing out on the classics that got the site started.
To help make sure that gamers who haven’t played the great games in the GOG.com classics catalog can pick them up cheaply, GOG is giving away gifts to celebrate its birthday. Just last week, they had all of the D&D games on sale. Today, they have such timeless classics as Total Annihilation, Outcast, Master of Orion 1+2 will be available for $2.39, while other 23 Atari games will also be offered 60% off. Visit the Atari All-Star promo page to check all the games. There will be three more weeks of “birthday celebration” sales where gamers can pick up some of the greatest games ever made, all on GOG.com for substantial savings, so be sure to keep checking the site out.
On Thursday, October 11, one week before the grand finale, an unheard-of deal with one of the finest indie developers of video-gaming magic will be announced, and finally, on the 18th of October, GOG.com will go public with the biggest change to the serviece since launching from beta-and will have tons of other great news, releases, and announcements as well. Stay tuned to GOG.com, GOG.com Facebook page and Twitter account to not miss any special broadcasts in coming weeks.
GOG.com (Good Old Games) has a great promo with Hasbro / Dungeons & Dragons games, including Baldur’s Gate 1 & 2, Planescape: Torment, Neverwinter Nights, Icewind Dale 1&2, Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone, D&D: Dragonshard, and Temple of Elemental Evil.
These games will be available up to 65% off-that means you could pay as little as $3.49 for Baldur’s Gate 2 or Icewind Dale.
It will be a stacking promo, meaning that you will receive a 30% discount when buying one game, 33% for two, and finally, up to 65% off when buying all 9 games. If you already own some of the games on GOG.com, these will be added to your stacking discount: if you own 5 games, and want to buy the other 4, you qualify for the biggest discount.
If you don’t own any of those fantastic RPGs and want to buy the complete collection it’s only $31.41-that’s nine of the greatest for half the price of a new PC game. Good Old Games has plenty of other game sales going on to. If these titles don’t do it for you than peruse their catalog and see if their is something you would want.
Click the link below to go to GOG.com and take advantage of these deals.