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GOG giving away Broken Sword: Director's Cut during their Winter Sale 2022

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Another chance for you to get a free game, and perhaps take a look at some tasty discounts too with the GOG Winter Sale 2022 now giving away Broken Sword: Director's Cut.

"Uncover the identity of a jester assassin. Unlock the legend of the Knights Templar. Unravel a plot as twisted as the catacombs you're about to prowl. As George Stobbart, an American in Paris, you find it odd when an accordion-playing clown darts out of a cafe clutching a briefcase. Moments later, you're sent flying, violently thrown through the air by the force of a massive explosion, right into a sinister, global intrigue. The coveted contents of that briefcase? A fiercely guarded manuscript penned by a clandestine medieval order - the Knights Templar. Reveal the truth behind a secret conspiracy and save the world from the Templars' evil plan." — Broken Sword: Director's Cut.

You have about two days left to grab it!

GOG also had a bunch more released on their store that include: RollerCoaster Tycoon, Tempest 4000, Dragonview, Impossamole, Final Frontier and more.

Some other deals they've recently noted include:

  • A Rogue-like 2-pack 65% cheaper than usual (including Curse of the Dead Gods and Loop Hero).
  • An Exploration 2-pack with a -78% discount (including Journey to the Savage Planet and Aquanox Deep Descent Collector’s Edition).
  • Atari Build Your Own Bundle with increased discount when buying 5+ games and even more when buying 10+ games.
  • Indie Build Your Own Bundle with 50 titles on increasing discount – the more games you buy (or already own), the discount increases (3% more if you buy or own 10 titles and 5% more if you buy or own at least 20 titles).
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4 comments

Pit 20 Dec, 2022
Ah, finally a giveaway that has a Linux version

But (of course) I already own it
BlackBloodRum 20 Dec, 2022
Quoting: PitAh, finally a giveaway that has a Linux version

But (of course) I already own it
I run into the "already own it" problem a lot for giveaways! I've only got what? 500 or so on steam, 100 or so on GOG and a bunch on itch.io so it's not really a lot of games, but the problem is a lot of the giveaways and bundles tend to be repeats and such
Pit 21 Dec, 2022
Quoting: BlackBloodRumI run into the "already own it" problem a lot for giveaways! I've only got what? 500 or so on steam, 100 or so on GOG and a bunch on itch.io so it's not really a lot of games, but the problem is a lot of the giveaways and bundles tend to be repeats and such

'only' is relative, I have 240 on GOG, maybe 130 from (old) Humble, plus some from stores that no longer exist (killed by Steam). But I think it's natural that after a while you own 'typical' candidates for giveaways or (large) price reduction. Nothing to complain about.
But in principle it's enough (now) to watch new releases, add interesting ones to your wishlist, and check that regularly
kokoko3k 25 Dec, 2022
Time to play it again, I guess.
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