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Because we like you so, we have a gift for you.

A while back, we started to sell EA games--great classics such as Wing Commander, Privateer, and Alpha Centauri. A few people--just a few!--noted that we didn't have the expansions and that made them sad panda.

Well, panda, be sad no more! As a holiday gift from us to you, we're bringing everyone who bought (or buys in the future!) the expansions for Wing Commander 1 + 2, Wing Commander Privateer, and Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri for you today! These expansions are free updates, so just download the new installers for each game from your account and start playing now! Note that these EA games will not be part of any Daily Deal bundle, so go ahead and pick them up now for only $2.99 each.

The expansions are:
Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri--Sid Meier's Alien Crossfire.
Sid Meier's Alien Crossfire brings you seven new factions (two that are non-human), new technologies, new facilities, new secret projects, new alien life forms, new unit special abilities, new victory conditions (including the new "Progenitor Victory") and several additional concepts and strategies, making it a "must-have" expansion for the award-winning game.

Wing Commander 1 + 2--Wing Commander: The Secret Missions, Wing Commander: The Secret Missions 2 Crusade, Wing Commander II: Special Operations 1, Wing Commander II: Special Operations 2.
The Wing Commander expansions bring new missions, new ships, a new storyline, and an increase in difficulty in The Secret Missions, and in Secret Missions 2: Crusade, we see a whole new alien race, a new challenge, and a mysterious defection all raising the stakes of both the game's storytelling and its combat. In Wing Commander II: Special Operations 1 we see a layered web of deceit, lies, betrayal, and action all bringing that trademarked Wing Commander cinematic feel, while Special Operations 2 sees the player ambushed while escorting a traitor, and soon the player (as Col. Blair) will find himself undertaking one of his most dangerous missions of all: an undercover one infiltrating the very traitors he was escorting in the first place!

Wing Commander Privateer--Privateer Righteous Fire.
Finally, in Righteous Fire the player squares off against a crazy fundamentalist sect called the Retros as the open-ended space sim world's story continues with more action, ships, and missions to keep player occupied for hours.

A special thanks goes out to Paul Barnett and Jeff Skalski at Mythic (@MythicNews) for their help getting these add-ons secured (finally!) and available to you. :)
Hmm, still no word on the expansions for the Mac versions of the games. I'm sad.
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dirtyharry50: Hmm, still no word on the expansions for the Mac versions of the games. I'm sad.
They may have to get EA to sign off on/obtaining a licenses to distribute the expansions on the MAC which given how long it took to get those expansion for PC users it may be a loong time before MAC users get them.
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dirtyharry50: Hmm, still no word on the expansions for the Mac versions of the games. I'm sad.
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DCT: They may have to get EA to sign off on/obtaining a licenses to distribute the expansions on the MAC which given how long it took to get those expansion for PC users it may be a loong time before MAC users get them.
Or, they may simply not have gotten around to updating the Mac installers yet.

Accentuate the positive! ;-)
The Mac versions got the expansions. No mac installer changed to 2.0.
Better late than never to make up me mind I guess...

...Now that the expansion was included, I was going to wait for the next Sale on Alpha Centauri before buying it. But, I decided (finally) that the non-sale price is still very reasonable and GOG put out the effort to give us what we wanted and secure the rights to the expansion. They came through for the community and then didn't decide to charge extra for Alien Crossfire. I'm voting with my wallet by buying AC at the regular price to show my appreciation for the business practices of GOG and hope that by doing so, we will get more goodies like this in the future. Great job on this GOG!
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workingstiff: I'm voting with my wallet by buying AC at the regular price to show my appreciation for the business practices of GOG and hope that by doing so, we will get more goodies like this in the future.
Really good choice.
I know i am way late on this comment but...

THANK YOU GOG!!!!
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nlriehl87: I know i am way late on this comment but...

THANK YOU GOG!!!!
Ha, reminds me of this: http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/350/732/527.jpg
please bring Clive Barkers Undying to life on GoG, from EA...
i want it so bad...
Still waiting for expansions to Bullfrog games...
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keeveek: Still waiting for expansions to Bullfrog games...
Yeah! Where are the Bullfrog expansions GOG? Don't forget Syndicate and Populous 1! (I believe POP1 had 2 expansions, correct me if I'm wrong.)
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keeveek: Still waiting for expansions to Bullfrog games...
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CO9207: Yeah! Where are the Bullfrog expansions GOG? Don't forget Syndicate and Populous 1! (I believe POP1 had 2 expansions, correct me if I'm wrong.)
Populous: The Beginning had an expansion, that's what I know for sure :P
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CO9207: Yeah! Where are the Bullfrog expansions GOG? Don't forget Syndicate and Populous 1! (I believe POP1 had 2 expansions, correct me if I'm wrong.)
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keeveek: Populous: The Beginning had an expansion, that's what I know for sure :P
Here are the names of Expansions to Bullfrog games (I looked it up)

Syndicate: American Revolt
Populous 1: The Promised Lands
Populous 1: The Final Frontier
Populous 3 The Beginning: Undiscovered Worlds

That`s all I can think of for now.
Post edited March 02, 2013 by CO9207
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keeveek: Populous: The Beginning had an expansion, that's what I know for sure :P
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CO9207: Here are the names of Expansions to Bullfrog games (I looked it up)

Syndicate: American Revolt
Populous 1: The Promised Lands
Populous 1: The Final Frontier
Populous 3 The Beginning: Undiscovered Worlds

That`s all I can think of for now.
Well, Dungeon Keeper's Deeper Dungeons is one everyone wants; however,
I've been hearing mixed information as to whether it works in DOS or not. Also, "A revised edition, Magic Carpet Plus, included the Hidden Worlds expansion pack, adding 25 levels and a winter-themed tileset."
Syndicate also had an expansion.