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Get a free copy of Immortal Redneck during The GOG Sale Finale

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The GOG Sale Finale is on and another game is being given away. This time it's Immortal Redneck, a pretty good FPS set in Egypt with rogue-lite elements. The giveaway will last until Monday, September 5th, 1 PM UTC. To claim it, you need to be logged in on GOG and scroll down the homepage to find the banner.

Initially GOG announced the giveaway but didn't turn it on, so we removed the article until it went live. Apologies for any confusion on that.

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Here's a bunch of useful lists they've put up for the sale too as a reminder:

See all discounted games here.

The GOG Sale will last until Monday, September 5th, 10 PM UTC.

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8 comments

StoneColdSpider Sep 2, 2022
This appeals to my inner aussie redneck.... YEEEEEEEEEHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!
Termy Sep 2, 2022
Really enjoyed that game back when...maybe i need to take it for another spin :D
leillo1975 Sep 2, 2022
Quoting: GuestSaid giveaway banner not present heh and the game page makes no mention of it. (yes I scrolled to the bottom, searched all the horizontal sliders/menus and ctrl F for it.)
I have the same problem
tfk Sep 2, 2022
Quoting: GuestSaid giveaway banner not present heh and the game page makes no mention of it. (yes I scrolled to the bottom, searched all the horizontal sliders/menus and ctrl F for it.)

Yup. Don't see nothing...
Liam Dawe Sep 2, 2022
I've emailed GOG to let them know. Seems they messed up on actually activating it...

Edit: now it's live so the article is live again, nothing to see here folks 👀


Last edited by Liam Dawe on 2 September 2022 at 1:08 pm UTC
Can anyone make a .sh script or a program that allow me to convert regular gog game links to GOL affiliate links?

Example:
If I paste this link:
https://www.gog.com/game/middleearth_shadow_of_mordor

The script must throw this link

https://af.gog.com/game/game/middleearth_shadow_of_mordor?as=1636858786
Salvatos Sep 3, 2022
Quoting: Comandante ÑoñardoCan anyone make a .sh script or a program that allow me to convert regular gog game links to GOL affiliate links?
You could do it as a JavaScript userscript if you want it to automatically replace links in your browser rather than manually transform them in an external program one at a time. You can run this in the browser console to test it or save it in Tampermonkey or a similar extension to have it always active:

const goglinks = document.querySelectorAll("[href*='gog.com/game']");
goglinks.forEach((link) => {
let url = new URL(link.href);
link.href = "https://af.gog.com" + url.pathname + "?as=1636858786";
}); 



Last edited by Salvatos on 3 September 2022 at 4:36 am UTC
Quoting: Salvatos
Quoting: Comandante ÑoñardoCan anyone make a .sh script or a program that allow me to convert regular gog game links to GOL affiliate links?
You could do it as a JavaScript userscript if you want it to automatically replace links in your browser rather than manually transform them in an external program one at a time. You can run this in the browser console to test it or save it in Tampermonkey or a similar extension to have it always active:

const goglinks = document.querySelectorAll("[href*='gog.com/game']");
goglinks.forEach((link) => {
let url = new URL(link.href);
link.href = "https://af.gog.com" + url.pathname + "?as=1636858786";
}); 

I only see hieroglyphics, but thanks. I'll see what I can do.
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