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Celebrated classics like Tzar: The Burden of the Crown, Guilty Gear X2 #Reload, and Commandos included in the DRM-free digital distributor's promo lineup.
(29 November 2013) -- GOG.com wants gamers worldwide to skip on the queueing and take advantage of great Black Friday deals while staying cozy behind their PC/Mac screens. During the Black Friday Weekend Promo more than 60 classic titles available only on GOG.com--like Alone in the Dark, Capitalism Plus, and Tex Murphy: Under a Killing Moon--will be available 70% off. The deal runs until 10.59 AM GMT on 3 December 2013.
The titles available in the promo offer stalwart entries in almost every gaming genre. Simon the Sorcerer is sure to satisfy all the classic point-and-click adventure game aficionados, while more action-oriented gamers will appreciate the award-winning Chronicles of Riddick: The Assault on Black Athena--arguably one of the best entries in the Riddick franchise, lauded, among others, for its immersive voice acting. Fans of managerial sims will definitely enjoy the celebrated Rollercoaster Tycoon Deluxe whereas all trigger-happy enthusiasts of top-down shooters will have lots of fun with the classic 2D gem Raptor: Call of the Shadows.
With Black Friday Weekend Promo as well as recent addition of the updated "Kosher Edition" of The Shivah by Wadjet Eye Games, the recently-released American McGee's Grimm, and the recently-completed Wing Commander series on GOG.com, this winter is filled with great offers--exclusive and otherwise--on GOG.com.
GOG.com is a store that sells games for download. With more than 600 games in its catalog and 150+ partners, they have games from every big studio you’ve ever heard of—Interplay, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts—and games from indie studios that produce brilliant games in obscurity. Formerly known as Good Old Games, GOG.com has games from as far back as 1981 and as recently as yesterday. With the best games in history for PC and Mac, GOG.com has grown to be the #2 independent digital distributor on the ‘Net.