Three bits of GOG news in one for you DRM-free shopping fans today, as not only are they doing a big sale they also recently revived two more classic games.
First up, the classic 1992 comedy adventure Eternam was released on GOG earlier this month. Little late on picking it up since the Linux build wasn't actually available right away but now it is. Next up is Leo the Lion (original Polish name: Lew Leon), another retro classic action-platformer from 1996. GOG just released it today!
GOG are also doing "The Baguette Days", a week long sale to celebrate some fantastic French titles. Some good Linux picks are in there like:
- Zombie Night Terror - 80% off
- Mother Russia Bleeds - 75% off
- NeuroVoider - 70% off
- Blocks That Matter - 50% off
- Tetrobot and Co. - 49% off
- Helium Rain - 30% off
- Dead Cells - 20% off
In their French classics selection you can also find Arx Fatalis (67% off) to use with the open source Arx Libertatis game engine, along with 75% off Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition. The rest of the classics aren't on Linux.