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Pay what you want for Interplay Games on GOG.com! Get Screamer,
Freespace, Fallout, and 29 more incredible Interplay titles worth nearly
$200!


Quick Summary:
1. How Much? Pay as little as $0.01--get 8 Interplay Games.
Pay more than average--get 20 Interplay Games.
Pay $34.99 or more--get 32 Interplay Games +
20 amazing soundtracks, and tons of goodies.
2. Own some of the games? Don't worry--you'll get a giftable code.
3. Want to pay more? Sure you can :)

We're really happy we can present Pay What You Want for Interplay Games to you. For the first time ever, a big-name publisher who's been in the business for decades is offering its catalog at a pay-what-you-want price point, and for the next 14 days, you--our favorite gamers--will have a chance to buy Interplay games available on GOG.com for a price that cannot be beaten.

For any price you feel is fair, you will receive 8 games, including greats such as Conquest of the New World, Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business, or M.A.X. + M.A.X. 2. Paying more than the average community purchase will net a total of 20 games, with fantastic titles such as Giants: Citizen Kabuto, Freespace + Expansion, or Descent 3 and its expansion included. Finally, the top supporters who pay $34.99 or more, receive the whole Interplay catalog available on GOG.com--worth more than $190--including the three Fallout games, MDK and MDK 2, Sacrifice, Descent 1+2, Freespace 2, and more.

You already own some of the games? That is not a problem--users who already own some of the games in the bundle will receive a giftable code for titles they have. The holiday season is coming soon(ish), so if any of you is looking for a nice little gift package of unmatchable value for the gamer they love, gift a code for the whole bundle!

Do you love GOG.com more than the words can say? Well, if you can't say it, you can spread the love by sharing, commenting, tweeting, redditing, posting, finger-painting, or even simply approaching strangers in the streets and yelling "Interplay Pay What You Want on GOG!".

Pay What You Want for Interplay Games--don't wait, this offer will not last forever!
We're past 250,000 sold games.

So....success?
I think I'll just kill my bank operator now!! :<
All done!
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Nergal01: We're past 250,000 sold games.

So....success?
VICTORY !!!
Dam it I just missed this promo
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Nergal01: We're past 250,000 sold games.

So....success?
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Licurg: VICTORY !!!
DRM-free virtual marshmellows for everyone!
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Nergal01: We're past 250,000 sold games.

So....success?
Even at the bare minimum of $1 that would make for around $31,250, so I would expect the probable total would be at least somewhere between $50k and $100k. This may seem like pocket change to some companies, but that's not bad for a bunch of old games. GOG certainly must have pocketed a nice little amount themselves.
Post edited November 01, 2012 by mistermumbles
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kork666i: Just wanted to inform that I got email from GOG and my issue was resolved .
I can see all the games now.
Good for you! I'm still waiting for a resolution. Perhaps tomorrow...
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keeveek: hitstun, if you can't make a post, clearing cookies should do the trick (at least it helped for me when I had that problem)

as for your missing games... Don't worry. GOG support isn't always the quickest, but they will help you for sure.
Sure enough, a few hours after I posted here, I happened to check my inventory, and the games are in my account now. I never got an actual response from GOG, so I'm happy now. By the way, I've cleared my PaleMoon cache and trying to post, so if this works, thanks for the tip.
I'm glad to say my issues got solved too.

Gonna have some serious gaming to do the next couple of days, so you won't be able to contact me again ...... lol


rgrds,
P.
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hitstun: Sure enough, a few hours after I posted here, I happened to check my inventory, and the games are in my account now. I never got an actual response from GOG, so I'm happy now.
Glad to hear that some users have received their games.

For me it's already third day since I filed the support ticket (XF80M447), and I have received no reply, and the games are still missing from my account.

Yesterday I also approached GOG via their Twitter and Facebook accounts quoting the support ticket number, but got no reply. Today I left a private message to GOG.com via this site.

I do not wish to spam the GOG support, and my messages have been courteous and I have attempted to provide all the relevant information to make solving the issue as easy as possible, but still I have received nothing but an automated reply.

I really hope that this will get resolved without a PayPal dispute. So far my view of GOG has been very positive, but I wish that their support would be a bit more professional.
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Gameskeeper: For me it's already third day since I filed the support ticket (XF80M447), and I have received no reply, and the games are still missing from my account.
i know Firek's in the office today. You still haven't gotten a reply?
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TheEnigmaticT: i know Firek's in the office today. You still haven't gotten a reply?
I have now received an email reply to my original support ticket (from JuriJ) and the problem has been solved. Thanks! Good to see that you are back in business on Friday afternoon after a day off! :)
Post edited November 02, 2012 by Gameskeeper
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Nergal01: We're past 250,000 sold games.

So....success?
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mistermumbles: Even at the bare minimum of $1 that would make for around $31,250, so I would expect the probable total would be at least somewhere between $50k and $100k. This may seem like pocket change to some companies, but that's not bad for a bunch of old games. GOG certainly must have pocketed a nice little amount themselves.
Wasn't the average price per sale $15 to $16? At $15, total sales would be $3.75M and with 32 games each game revenue is at least $100K.
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mistermumbles: Even at the bare minimum of $1 that would make for around $31,250, so I would expect the probable total would be at least somewhere between $50k and $100k. This may seem like pocket change to some companies, but that's not bad for a bunch of old games. GOG certainly must have pocketed a nice little amount themselves.
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tarohilt: Wasn't the average price per sale $15 to $16? At $15, total sales would be $3.75M and with 32 games each game revenue is at least $100K.
You may be right. By the time I did my calculation the promo page was gone, so I didn't have that piece of info.