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Grab a free copy of BUTCHER during the GOG Made in Poland Sale

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GOG are doing their annual celebration of Polish game developers with the launch of the Made in Poland Sale, along with a FREE copy of BUTCHER you can grab. For those curious on why GOG do this, it's pretty simple: since they were founded and have their headquarters in Warsaw, Poland.

If you just want to go and pick up the free gab, head to the homepage and look for the big banner to redeem your copy - you can't miss it. The giveaway ends on November 18 at 2PM UTC. As for the sale, there's quite lot going for cheap right now so I went over to pick out a few titles I think you will enjoy:

The full list of what's in this special sale can be found here and the sale ends November 23, 2PM UTC.

Additionally, today GOG also launched their Daedalic Extra Autumn Sale which also has a number of high quality titles from a developer and publisher that quite often supports Linux directly. Some worth a look including the likes of 85% off the brilliant Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun.

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whizse 16 Nov, 2020
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Some good pickings there, also a beckoning "SELECT ALL" checkbox... Nice try GOG!
undeadbydawn 17 Nov, 2020
RUINER is an excellent and sorely underrated dual-stick blaster with possibly the best soundtrack ever. Well worth grabbing at the frankly ridiculous £3.79
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