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Cave 50% off on GMG
http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/it/en/pc/games/adventure/cave/

And you can use the 20% code on it

GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS

And if you are not registered simply make an account using this link and you will gain 2 € after your first purchase
http://www.greenmangaming.com/?gmgr=lolafiwe
Always the best deals when I'm broke ... :(
FYI on the Sleeping Dog clothes DLC's. You don't get the individual items, you get a costume. You can't modify them in anyway.

I guess there used to be a way to do it, but they patched it out.

Pretty much completely worthless if you like tinkering with your look at all.
Well, after reviewing what DLC I'd want, taking the recommended DLC into account I put together a package for $17.50 with everything I wanted which seems a good deal to me for all I got there. I did skip the overpowered cheat stuff. :D
Solium Infernum has had a permanent price drop. It's now $15.

Armageddon Empires is also $15 now.
Post edited March 11, 2013 by johnki
Ok,
on GG we have today:
Dead Island Midweek but the Steam Key is region locked, at least here in Germany.

The Daily is Gratious Space Battles Complete Pack for €5.

Then there is also The Guild Midweek with everything down by 75%

and Binary Domain down 79% for $6.24, €4.77
Post edited March 11, 2013 by dyscode
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johnki: Solium Infernum has had a permanent price drop. It's now $15.

Armageddon Empires is also $15 now.
Armageddon empire looks interesting.have you tried it? will check out demo later :)
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ne_zavarj: Is it playable with a HD5850 card ?
you mean Sleeping Dogs?

I plays nice on my intel HD3000 so it should blast on the HD5850
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nijuu: Armageddon empire looks interesting.have you tried it? will check out demo later :)
No, I haven't but I have tried Solium Infernum and if I had the cash, I'd have bought it already haha.
Yesterday i bought Shattered Haven (Beta) the new Arcen Game from GG.
A Valley Without Wind / 2 was a blast, already.

This 16 bit survival puzzler is also damn cool and still 25% off, $7.49 instead of $10 until March 16.

There is a gameplay video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViJtVxH5vPI
Post edited March 11, 2013 by dyscode
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nijuu: Armageddon empire looks interesting.have you tried it? will check out demo later :)
It's awesome, especially if you enjoy board game-like strategy titles and are okay with your units having (gorgeous) still-frame art instead of animations.

Word to the wise, though: before you play, you're going to need to invest an hour or so in just reading the manual and coming to grips with how the game works. It's not that complicated once you understand it, but you will not figure this one out just by playing.
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dyscode: Yesterday i bought Shattered Haven (Beta) the new Arcen Game from GG.
A Valley Without Wind / 2 was a blast, already.

This 16 bit survival puzzler is also damn cool and still 25% off, $7.49 instead of $10 until March 16.

There is a gameplay video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViJtVxH5vPI
I would like to add that (imho) the developers (Arcen) really deserve support. When they felt that AVwW 1 didn't quite worked out as they hoped to, and required a redesign, they fixed it up as good as they could, and then gave everyone who owned it a free copy of AVwW 2. And the first game wasn't even bad. I'll probably get Shattered Haven simply because I want to show them how much I appreciate the way they are doing business.
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dyscode: Yesterday i bought Shattered Haven (Beta) the new Arcen Game from GG.
A Valley Without Wind / 2 was a blast, already.

This 16 bit survival puzzler is also damn cool and still 25% off, $7.49 instead of $10 until March 16.

There is a gameplay video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViJtVxH5vPI
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Psyringe: I would like to add that (imho) the developers (Arcen) really deserve support. When they felt that AVwW 1 didn't quite worked out as they hoped to, and required a redesign, they fixed it up as good as they could, and then gave everyone who owned it a free copy of AVwW 2. And the first game wasn't even bad. I'll probably get Shattered Haven simply because I want to show them how much I appreciate the way they are doing business.
signed :)
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dyscode: Yesterday i bought Shattered Haven (Beta) the new Arcen Game from GG.
A Valley Without Wind / 2 was a blast, already.

This 16 bit survival puzzler is also damn cool and still 25% off, $7.49 instead of $10 until March 16.

There is a gameplay video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViJtVxH5vPI
"This game works a bit differently from our other titles. In our prior titles, a simple license key check was required. This let us have a demo that could be turned into the full version via the classic shareware fashion, and it let players register their games via the CD key on Steam. However, it also barred us from certain distributors that require games to be completely DRM-free, and was a mild annoyance. With this game, therefore, we're giving it a shot as 100% DRM-free. This means no CD key, and you get a secure download of the game once you buy it. "

Confirmed for coming out on GOG?

I can't think of many other places that require games to lack a CD-key for single player in order to be sold.

Indievania might be the only other place?
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dyscode: Yesterday i bought Shattered Haven (Beta) the new Arcen Game from GG.
A Valley Without Wind / 2 was a blast, already.

This 16 bit survival puzzler is also damn cool and still 25% off, $7.49 instead of $10 until March 16.

There is a gameplay video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViJtVxH5vPI
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Immoli: "This game works a bit differently from our other titles. In our prior titles, a simple license key check was required. This let us have a demo that could be turned into the full version via the classic shareware fashion, and it let players register their games via the CD key on Steam. However, it also barred us from certain distributors that require games to be completely DRM-free, and was a mild annoyance. With this game, therefore, we're giving it a shot as 100% DRM-free. This means no CD key, and you get a secure download of the game once you buy it. "

Confirmed for coming out on GOG?

I can't think of many other places that require games to lack a CD-key for single player in order to be sold.

Indievania might be the only other place?
Nope, like for the oldies GOG could use one serial number for an unlocked version in it's own installer. Personally I also don't see a problem for Indievania or Arcen to do the same, maybe I'm missing here something.
Post edited March 11, 2013 by DukeNukemForever