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× has the complete Pajama Sam pack for $24.99.

To me, on GOG that would be $9.99 for two games (PS 1 & 2), another $9.99 for two games (PS 3 & 4), and $5.99 for the two arcade titles.

Overall, imo that seems pretty reasonable pricing for GOG - maybe not perfect, but certainly a better deal than $5.99 per each game.
Because this would have been sooooo impossible to get released anywhere without Night Dive's help, I mean, it's not like Tommo has a presence on Steam or something.
Austrobogulator: If one were to pick up one of these games, which would one pick up?
I'm biased, but I would go with Spy Fox in "Dry Cereal" . This was my favorite growing up.
Too bad these aren't on GOG. I think I'll get Putt-Putt Joins the Parade. I only had Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo, which is surprisingly absent from the Putt-Putt pack, and I always liked it as well.
Post edited 2 days ago by OvaltineJenkins
Maybe they were too busy filling the release schedule with "fantastic launch day releases, preorders, and other exciting new content".
Fingers crossed this'll come around eventually, at least for tfishell's sake and all the "gog's work" he's been doing :salute:
Man those Pajama Sam screens make me wanna point'n'click.
I've taken the liberty of listing of all the HE games not on the Steam release schedule. Hopefully Tommo might be convinced to release some of these in the future.

Really should happen:

Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo
- The only reason I can think of why this one isn't on the list is that it was released a while back on Big Fish Games. Perhaps there was some sort of exclusivity deal with that release?
EDIT: Night Dive posted on Reddit saying that Saves the Zoo will be coming to Steam in August. Since it was released on Big Fish in August of last year, I would guess there is in fact a one year exclusivity deal.

Pajama Sam: Games to Play On Any Day
-Really hoping for this one. It's an mini-game compilation, similar to the already planned for release Putt-Putt and Fatty Bear's Activity Pack. Plus it's extremely hard to find, so a digital re-release would make it a lot easier to (legally) get a hold of.
EDIT: In that same Reddit thread listed above, Night Dive mentioned "There is a rare Pajama Sam game that slipped through the cracks as well..." Nothing definite, but nice to see they at least know it exists.

Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise
-Other than Saves the Zoo mentioned above, this is the only "Junior Adventure" not on the Steam list. I wouldn't be "surprised" if it was eventually re-released.
EDIT: Again, Night Dive responded on Reddit to someone asking about Fatty Bear, saying "That's something I'll be looking into."

Could potentially happen:

Putt-Putt's Fun Pack
Fatty Bear's Fun Pack
-These two games were combined into Putt-Putt and Fatty Bear's Activity Pack. As such, they probably couldn't be sold alone, but it'd be nice to see them as freebies when you buy the Activity Pack.

Putt-Putt's One-Stop Fun Shop
Freddi Fish's One-Stop Fun Shop
Pajama Sam's One-Stop Fun Shop
-These weren't really "games" but rather HE themed versions of those "print studios" that were popular in the late 90's. They do contain some unique artwork and voice acting, so it'd be nice to see them for completion's sake.

Big Thinkers! Kindergarten
Big Thinkers 1st Grade
-More on the "edu" side of edutainment, these games were made to directly compete with the JumpStart series. The only thing is I'm not sure if Tommo got the rights to these along with the other HE games.

Let's Explore the Farm
Let's Explore the Jungle
Let's Explore the Airport
-These "Junior Field Trips" let you look around and learn about different locations. Again, I don't know if Tommo acquired the rights to these or not, and the fact that they were a joint project with Random House certainly doesn't make matters less complicated.

Backyard Sports
- When Atari went bust last year, these were sold not to Tommo, but to The Evergreen Group. This wouldn't necessarily prevent a re-release, but since they don't seem to have done anything with the IP yet, it's really anyone's guess.

Will probably never happen:

Blue's Clues Games
-Considering the show has been off the air for nearly a decade now, I really don't see Nickelodeon wanting to negotiate on this one.

Freddi Fish: ABC Under the Sea
-It was a DS game, and a pretty obvious cashgrab to boot.

Putt-Putt's Fun House
Freddi Fish's Fun House
-Very simplistic, non-animated games Nimbus put on mobile phones last year. While not bad, they were rather unremarkable, so I really don't see anyone making a PC port anytime soon.
Post edited 11 hours ago by pezhead53
Just another example of bundling GOG could potentially do: - the Spy Fox compilation is a $20 bundle. If GOG can negotiate the same price, you could bundle Dry Cereal, Assembly, and Ozone (the 3 adventure games) together for 9.99, and the two arcade titles Cheese Chase and Hold the Mustard, for 9.99 also.