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GOG are doing another sweet giveaway of some classics for the next two days so don't miss out if you love RPGs. Consider this your quick tip of the day!

The Eye of the Beholder Trilogy with 1991's Eye of the Beholder and Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon plus the 1993 title Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor. If you just want to run on over and grab it, find the page for all three here. The giveaway ends 19th June, 5 PM UTC.

Also now on is a big Dungeons & Dragons themed sale on GOG with some true classics including:

While we have you here, what's your all time favourite PC RPG? Let us know in the comments.

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Mountain Man 17 Jun, 2020
I have 65 games in my GoG library, and I think I only bought like 10 of them. All the rest have been give aways.
barotto 17 Jun, 2020
Eye of the Beholder I & II are timeless classics.
I remember playing the first one on a 286 @ 10MHz with 1MB of RAM back in the day.
I like that the GOG page suggests a 1.8GHz CPU with 1GB RAM to play it today...
Mohandevir 17 Jun, 2020
Just grabbed EotB trilogy and bought the DragonLance trilogy too. I played these games while I was a teen on a 80386 and 486 DX2-66, at the time. Pure nostalgia! Couldn't resist!
Mountain Man 17 Jun, 2020
Quoting: barottoEye of the Beholder I & II are timeless classics.
I remember playing the first one on a 286 @ 10MHz with 1MB of RAM back in the day.
I like that the GOG page suggests a 1.8GHz CPU with 1GB RAM to play it today...
Probably because of DOS Box.
Mohandevir 17 Jun, 2020
Talking about GoG... It seems, but I'm not sure what to make of that, that one of the threads requesting a Linux port of the GoG Galaxy client just got changed to "In progress"... What does that could mean?

https://www.gog.com/wishlist/galaxy/release_the_gog_galaxy_client_for_linux


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tuubi 17 Jun, 2020
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Quoting: barottoI remember playing the first one on a 286 @ 10MHz with 1MB of RAM back in the day.
I'm pretty sure I played it on an Amiga 500 @ 7MHz with 512 KB of RAM. Did I win?
Lightkey 17 Jun, 2020
You can use ScummVM for the first two to play it on your toaster.
Mohandevir 17 Jun, 2020
Yeah... Talking about old hardware... Did I mentionned that I have played The Bard's Tale and Wizardry on an Apple IIE, with the green monochrome screen?

Anybody on a VIC-20?


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Raaben 17 Jun, 2020
Quoting: MohandevirTalking about GoG... It seems, but I'm not sure what to make of that, that one of the threads requesting a Linux port of the GoG Galaxy client just got changed to "In progress"... What does that could mean?

https://www.gog.com/wishlist/galaxy/release_the_gog_galaxy_client_for_linux

I want to believe. I love GoG but I won't lie that most of my purchases by far are on Steam. If we got better support I'd definitely start buying alot more over there.
robvv 17 Jun, 2020
I got into RPGs playing the Eye of the Beholder series in the early 90s (all pirated, but now I have legit copies!).

My favourite series of that era was the Might & Magic games, though, which I started with M&M 3. Currently, my all-time favourite RPG is Skyrim though I am really enjoying the Atom series :-)
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