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Author Topic: GOG Running DRM-Free Time Machine Sale  (Read 1900 times)

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GOG Running DRM-Free Time Machine Sale
« on: January 28, 2014, 11:07:38 AM »
DRM Free Time Machine Sale

Starting at 1983, GoG is going through the years with one highlight of that year (well, since some are in bundles, they're wonky... seemed to be based on an average).

To add to the fun of the sale, each game has a +1/-1 sec and you can vote whether to make the time it's available longer or shorter.  You also vote with your money; each buy increases the time it's available on sale by 3 seconds.

GoG's been having some decent DRM-free discount goodness lately with fun little gimmicks on top of them.

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Re: GOG Running DRM-Free Time Machine Sale
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2014, 12:03:18 PM »
GoG's been having some decent DRM-free discount goodness lately with fun little gimmicks on top of them.

Can be a little aggravating however if you have better things to do than leave their website up and watch it on your browser all day.

I went in with supposedly 1 hour and 29 minutes to spare on the Zork Anthology for $1.49. Don't know what happened, but in the time it took me login (5-10 sec?), the offer had been replaced by something else. Not that the regular price is all that much (and quite resonable) ...but it's still annoying.