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Let's do the time warp again*!

Welcome to our DRM-Free Time Machine Sale! Fasten your seatbelts and prepare for a fascinating ride to the early days of PC gaming and back again, with 30 excellent titles selected from the years 1983-2013, available up to 90% off (that is for as little as $0.59!). You'll find amazing games in amazing prices featured one by one on main page, and before the sale is done you'll be able to complete your very own display of gaming history on a budget below $65 (because this would be the cost to get every single game in the sale). Are you ready?

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There's more than just buying games incredibly cheap to our DRM-Free Time Machine Sale! We're ready to pass its steering wheel (or rather the control console) to YOU. Each game in the sale is offered for a limited time only, and how long we stay in its year is up to you! Each time you see a new game on sale you can vote to either add or subtract 1 second from the timer. Each time you buy a game, you add 3 seconds to the time of it being on sale. We begin with 1983's Zork, bundled with the rest of the Zork Anthology of 6 games in total, for only $1.79. How long will it last on the front page? You'll be the judge. What comes next, as the game of 1984? Let's find out!

Let's take a trip in's DRM-Free Time Machine Sale! 30 great games from 1983-2013 will be available up to 90% off, and you get to decide how long each game is on sale. Ready? The technomagical gateway to 1983 opens NOW!

* "Again?", you might ask, "when did they ever do the time warp?". Well, once you embark on a journey through time, all becomes relevant and there's absolutely no guarantee that what you are doing, you are doing for the first time. In fact, that's highly improbable. After all, time isn't linear. It's more like a giant wobbly-bobbly goggy-boggy ball of gaming awesome!
Post edited January 28, 2014 by G-Doc
IAmSinistar: Raises a glass to the time when the forum was fun and this was the most popular thread, rather than what's currently leading the pack.
I can drink to that.

*raises glass and swallows, sipping slowly.*

Now to binge on the hard liquor and commiserate on the current changed realities.
adamhm: 4WLCVA8G
NR but +1
Akalabeth: You snooze you lose.
hedwards: That's not what "you snooze you lose" means. It means when you wait too long. It doesn't mean that you should lose if you have to sleep or I don't know, have an actual job.

It's an obnoxious sale and having it on the weekend would have greatly reduced the obnoxious aspect to it.

The sale was incredibly annoying, and I'd be curious as to how many people, like myself, didn't buy anything because the only games we wanted came up when we were asleep or at work.
I agree with celestial bunny. I did not like the way the sale was organized. Some really cool games went on sale when I was asleep or at work. It was annoying.