GOG.com launches fall sale by discounting 700+ DRM-free games
GOG.com has launched its Big Fall Sale which discounts over 700 games until November 25.
GOG has had quite the past couple of months as they secured classic LucasArts games and celebrated the launch of its French website. Today, the digital marketplace that offers DRM-free software is launching its Big Fall Sale.
In case you don’t have enough to play this fall, GOG has over 700 games for up to 90% off of their original price, “tons” of flash deals, deep-discount daily bundles, and free gifts which include a free copy of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and The Gamers: Director’s Cut movie. To kick off the start of the sale, Mount & Blade will be available for free for the sale’s first 48 hours.
Returning customers will also receive a free copy of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and The Gamers: Director’s Cut movie. All you’ll need to do is click on the “+” button to redeem a stamp, Collecting seven stamps will reward returning customers with a copy of the game and film.
GOG.com's Big Fall Sale will run until November 25, which gives you quite a long time to take advantage of the service's deep discounts on DRM-free software.
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In poking around the site I came across this game: http://www.gog.com/game/a_bird_story
Looks pretty short but pretty cute! I haven't played the other game they mentioned, To The Moon.