A quick overview of new things on GOG.com
Friday seems like a good moment to sum up the interesting things that happened over the week. There's not much point talking about our DRM-Free Time Machine sale here, as it's already ended. We know you liked it, it was lots of fun, and we'll probably re-visit this idea in the future, but let's move on to more current things. There are two things in particular we'd like to mention. First, is the new Official GOG.com Blog on Tumblr, that we've launched just this week. We hope to make it a place offering a different perspective on the games from our catalog, GOG.com and its team, and gaming in general. If you happen to own a Tumblr account and you would like to give us some help with spreading the news about the blog's recent launch, you can do so by re-blogging this post. Or any other post, for that matter. It will be greatly appreciated if you do.
The other thing is even more exciting, especially if you're a music aficionado. Over 30 FLAC-encoded lossless soundtracks have been just added as bonus content to our games, and you can grab them alongside their respective games. If you already own one of these games, a FLAC soundtrack (or soundtrack) is now available for you to download. If not, you can some high-quality game music right now, for as little as $5.99.
Here's the full list of all 31 FLAC soundtracks. Note, that in some cases there will be more than one added to the same game+goodies package, so keep an eye out for the most attractive deals!
Crusaders of Might & Magic
Darklands (Roland MT-32, SoundBlaster16 OPL3, and the SoundBlaster OPL2 versions included!--see credits below)
Desperados Dead or Alive
Disciples: Sacred Lands Gold and Disciples 2 Gold
Earthworm Jim 1 and Earthworm Jim 2
Heroes of Might and Magic II, Heroes of Might and Magic IV, Heroes of Might and Magic V, Heroes of Might and Magic V - Hammers of Fate, and Heroes of Might and Magic V - Tribes of the East
Imperialism and Imperialism II
King of Dragon Pass
Might & Magic 6, Might & Magic 7, Might & Magic 8, and Might & Magic 9
Neverwinter Nights 2(original soundtrack from the base game)
Shadow Warrior Classic Complete
The Witcher (both soundtracks: music from, and inspired by the game) and The Witcher 2
We’d like to thank Stefan_L. for providing us with the enhanced Darklands soundtrack. Also, special thanks go to Thiev and Judas Iscariot, two members of the jolly GOG.com crew, who went above and beyond their usual duties to procure all that lossless musical goodness and make it available for your listening pleasure.
That's it. Thank you for your time, have a nice weekend and remember about our Wargaming Promo.
This Week on GOG returns! Well, at least in some form it does. Here's the first ever "The week on GOG" post on our blog. It contains the summary of all this week's releases, the weekend promo info, and--yes!--the Enigmatic Hint for the upcoming GOG.com release! We hope you'll enjoy it!