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GOG is currently offering 30 free games from its growing collection of DRM-free titles to help gamers relax and pass time at home.

The free games collection includes a number of classics such as Shadow Warrior Classic Complete (a bundle of the original 3D Realms shooter and its two expansions) and POSTAL: Classic and Uncut, as well as more modern titles such as CD PROJEKT RED’s GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. It doesn’t appear that GOG has listed an end date for this promotion, but it’s an excellent opportunity for GOG users to grow their DRM-free game libraries and collection on the company’s launcher, GOG Galaxy.

Free Games Collection:

  • Symphonia
  • Loria
  • OpenTTD
  • Samorost 1
  • War Wind
  • Ascendant
  • Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-Adventure
  • Akalabeth: World of Doom
  • Beneath a Steel Sky
  • Bio Menace
  • CAYNE
  • Doomdark’s Revenge
  • Eschalon: Book I
  • Flight of the Amazon Queen
  • GWENT: The Witcher Card Game
  • Hello Neighbor Alpha Version
  • Janosik
  • Jill of the Jungle: The Complete Trilogy
  • The Lords of Midnight
  • Lure of the Temptress
  • Overload: Playable Teaser
  • POSTAL: Classic and Uncut
  • Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves
  • Shadow Warrior Class Complete
  • Stargunner
  • Sunrider: Mask of Arcadius
  • Teenagent
  • Treasure Adventure Game
  • Tyrian 2000
  • Ultima 4: Quest of the Avatar
  • Ultima World of Adventure 2: Martian Dreams
  • Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire

“Playing video games can be one of the best ways to relax and pass the time when you stay at home,” GOG wrote in a sidebar. “We’re here to help you choose your next great adventure with this selection of free games from our catalog. We also invite you to check the latest releases and best game deals on GOG.COM!”

Source: GOG

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12 Comments

  1. Giving away free games? Shouldn’t that be giving away games for free? I mean if a game is already free how is it a giveaway? I don’t know about the rest but I know for a fact that OpenTTD is a free open source title for example. Unless they are including the original TTDX assets with it.

  2. [QUOTE=”Tsing, post: 46444, member: 5″]
    [URL=’https://www.thefpsreview.com/2022/01/09/gog-is-giving-away-30-free-games/’]Continue reading…[/URL]
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    Thanks for the heads up.

  3. [QUOTE=”LeRoy_Blanchard, post: 46462, member: 137″]
    If its not on Epic Game Store I’m not bothering with it.
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    Sarcasm? It’s Monday, I can’t tell…

  4. I started looking down the list…

    don’t know this one, don’t know that one, and then all of a sudden I had to do a double take…

    Beneath a Steel Sky? Wow. that’s a blast from the past. Are we talking the original DOS adventure title from back in the day, or did someone release a remake or something?

  5. Yeah… I think these are just the DOS games packaged in DosBox. At least Ultima 4 was basically set to run in DosBox.

  6. So can someone list out the ones that are WORTH getting here? I don’t want to add them all to my library and it seems a bit tedious to do it in the GOG store app.

  7. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 46520, member: 215″]
    So can someone list out the ones that are WORTH getting here? I don’t want to add them all to my library and it seems a bit tedious to do it in the GOG store app.
    [/QUOTE]

    I mean, at this point, are any of them really worth it, except for the nostalgia factor?

    At least that is the case for all the titles I recognize (which granted isn’t many of them)

  8. [QUOTE=”Zarathustra, post: 46524, member: 203″]
    I mean, at this point, are any of them really worth it, except for the nostalgia factor?

    At least that is the case for all the titles I recognize (which granted isn’t many of them)
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    I think, probably not. Just for nostalgia. I tried playing Tie fighter in a tiny window (which is the only way it doesn’t look god awful on modern resolutions) and it was meh. Maybe for an old laptop….

  9. [QUOTE=”Burticus, post: 46551, member: 297″]
    I think, probably not. Just for nostalgia. I tried playing Tie fighter in a tiny window (which is the only way it doesn’t look god awful on modern resolutions) and it was meh. Maybe for an old laptop….
    [/QUOTE]

    Maye1:1 scaling? It would be pixelated, but it was originally, so…

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