Free on GOG: Narita Boy, a Radical Action-Adventure with Retro Visuals

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For a limited time, GOG users can claim a free copy of Narita Boy, a “radical” indie action-adventure with retro aesthetics from the developers at Studio Koba and Team17 Digital that stars a pixel hero who is trapped as an echo within a digital realm.

A story synopsis for Narita Boy, which launched last year:

Flashback to the 80s. The Creator, a genius of his time, creates a video game console called Narita One with its flagship title being a game called Narita Boy.

Narita Boy becomes a tremendous hit! Copies of cartridges are flying off physical shelves worldwide. Within weeks Narita Boy is the best-selling video game of all time, critically acclaimed for its power-fantasy wielding the Techno-sword and taking players on a journey like no other.

Meanwhile, inside the binary code, the digital realm connects with reality. Him has returned and deleted The Creator’s memories. Supervisor program, Motherboard, and her agents have activated the Narita Boy protocol.

The Stallions are coming, and the Digital Kingdom needs a hero.

Narita Boy is available to claim from GOG until Friday, November 25.

GOG also launched its Black Friday Sale today, putting over 4,000 products on sale, with discounts of up to 90% off.

Some of the deals include The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition and Cyberpunk 2077, which are down to $9.99 and $29.99, respectively.

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Tsing Mui
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