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rgnrk: Some of the Sierra adventures we still don't have here (oh the shame!):

Laura Bow: The colonel's Bequest (1989) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment
Conquests Of Camelot: The Search For The Grail (1990) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment
Conquests Of The Longbow: The Legend Of Robin Hood (1991) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment
EcoQuest: The Search For Cetus (1991) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment
Laura Bow 2: The Dagger Of Amon Ra (1992) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment
Pepper's Adventures In Time (1993) - Side-scrolling, Sierra Entertainment
Ecoquest II: Lost Secret Of The Rainforest (1993) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment
Freddy Pharkas: Frontier Pharmacist (1993) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment

Castle Of Dr. Brain (1991) - 1st Person, Sierra Entertainment
The Island Of Dr. Brain (1992) - 1st Person, Sierra Entertainment

Shivers (1995) - 1st Person, Sierra Entertainment
Lighthouse: The Dark Being (1996) - 1st Person, Sierra Entertainment
Shivers 2: Harvest Of Souls (1997) - 1st Person, Sierra Entertainment
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Fomalhaut30: Codename: Iceman as well. I believe that was a Sierra game.
Thanks.

Didn't have that one in my adventure games missing from GOG list:

Codename: Iceman (1989) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment

I'll also add the dynamix adventures here, as those were published by Sierra, and are also a must.

Rise Of The Dragon (1990) - 1st Person, Dynamix
The Adventures of Willy Beamish (1991) - 3rd Person, Dynamix
Heart Of China (1991) - 1st Person, Dynamix
Rama (1996) - 1st Person, Dynamix
Post edited January 10, 2017 by rgnrk
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Fomalhaut30: Codename: Iceman as well. I believe that was a Sierra game.
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rgnrk: Thanks.

Didn't have that one in my adventure games missing from GOG list:

Codename: Iceman (1989) - 3rd Person, Sierra Entertainment

I'll also add the dynamix adventures here, as those were published by Sierra, and are also a must.

Rise Of The Dragon (1990) - 1st Person, Dynamix
The Adventures of Willy Beamish (1991) - 3rd Person, Dynamix
Heart Of China (1991) - 1st Person, Dynamix
Rama (1996) - 1st Person, Dynamix
If you;re including Dynamix, I think there was also a game called Thexder and then a Red Baron (flight sim) game that I can't remember the name of.
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karnak1: Maybe this

For some time it was the closest PC gamers could get to Street Fighter 2 :P
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rgnrk: At least these two recent games are considered very good:

ICEY
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It seems that China has also produced some very good isometric Diablo-like RPGs. But I don't know their names.
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SCPM: Found an entry for Rise of the Dragon. It's this entry, though nothing is visible for now: https://api.gog.com/products?ids=1443550104
Nice, just today I was wondering what else we can get from Sierra, and Rise of the Dragon was one of the possible choices. I think Heart of China and Pepper's Adventure in Time are possible too, as well as Eco Quest 1&2 and maybe Manhunter, Inca, Shivers and Rama.
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Found another hidden entry, this time for Heart of China:
https://api.gog.com/products?ids=2142209510
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SCPM: Found another hidden entry, this time for Heart of China:
https://api.gog.com/products?ids=2142209510
Yay! One more Sierra/Dynamix gem to be released!
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SCPM: And here's an entry for SHOCK TROOPERS: 2ND SQUAD:
https://api.gog.com/products?ids=1816849333
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mistermumbles: It sounds like there's another round of SNK ports of questionably quality incoming in the not so distant future. =/
Now ALL SNK games available on other stores have arrived, correct?

Next oldies incoming should be the Dynamix combo "Rise of the Dragon" / "Heart of China"...
Post edited October 05, 2017 by Anime-BlackWolf
Well, it is almost 2 months passed since i updated this list, so maybe i should do it rught now. :)

Part 1:

Released from previous list:
Battle Chasers: Nightwar
Cuphead
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Gauntlet: Slayer Edition
Hat in Time
Hob
Jalopy (In Dev)
Niche
Raiden V: Director's Cut
Songbringer
Steamworld Dig 2
The Journey Down
Ys Seven

Officially announced to be released soon:
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back
Dungeons 3
Eitr
Elex
Frostpunk
Hello Neighbor
Iconoclasts
In the Shadows
Nine Parchments
Nihon Falcom's Zwei II+ (re-titled Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection)
Planet Nomads
Production Line
Soul Saga
Spellforce 3
Sunless Skies
System Shock Remake
The Guild 3
Tower 57

Still waiting for:
15 Days
Abducted
Army Men: Air Tactics
Ash of Gods: Redemption (Q4 2017)
Astroneer
Banner Saga 3
BattleTanx
Bioshock series
Black Annex
Captain Quazar
Carnivores
Children of Morta
Codename Panzers: Cold War
Conqueror: A.D. 1086
Constructor HD
Crime Cities
Cultist Simulator
Cyberpunk 2077
Defender's Quest II
Demon Age
Doorkickers 2
Dragon Fin Soup
Drakensang
Dusk
Excubitor
Forsaken
Gold Rush!
Grav
Hammer And Sickle
Hand of Fate 2
Heart of China
High Hell
Keen Dreams
Kill to Collect
Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Legrand Legacy
Life is Feudal: Your Own
Medieval Engineers
Milanoir
Neofeud
Neverhood
Niffelheim
Northgard
Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength
Paradise Lost: First Contact
Pathfinder Adventures
Phantom Trigger
Pizza Connection 3
Phoenix Point
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
Planetary Annihilation: TITANS
Prodigy
Project Resurgence
Red Comrades Save the Galaxy: Reloaded
Reflections
Rise & Shine
Rise of the Dragon
Post edited October 12, 2017 by Andrey82
UPDATE!!! Small but nice. ;)

Also decided to put in-dev games which you can already buy into released part to shorten this list.

Part 1:

Released from previous list:
Dungeons 3
Elex
Hello Neighbor IN DEV!
Yono and the Celestial Elephants

Officially announced to be released soon:
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back
Eitr
Frostpunk
Iconoclasts
In the Shadows
Nine Parchments
Nihon Falcom's Zwei II+ (re-titled Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection)
Planet Nomads
Production Line
Soul Saga
Spellforce 3
Sunless Skies
System Shock Remake
The Guild 3
Tower 57

Still waiting for:
15 Days
Abducted
Army Men: Air Tactics
Ash of Gods: Redemption (Q4 2017)
Astroneer
Banner Saga 3
BattleTanx
Bioshock series
Black Annex
Captain Quazar
Carnivores
Children of Morta
Codename Panzers: Cold War
Conqueror: A.D. 1086
Constructor HD
Crime Cities
Cultist Simulator
Cyberpunk 2077
Defender's Quest II
Demon Age
Doorkickers 2
Dragon Fin Soup
Drakensang
Dusk
Excubitor
Forsaken
Gold Rush!
Grav
Hammer And Sickle
Hand of Fate 2
Heart of China
High Hell
Keen Dreams
Kill to Collect
Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Legrand Legacy
Life is Feudal: Your Own
Mafia
Medieval Engineers
Milanoir
Neofeud
Neverhood
Niffelheim
Northgard
Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength
Paradise Lost: First Contact
Pathfinder Adventures
Phantom Trigger
Pizza Connection 3
Phoenix Point
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
Planetary Annihilation: TITANS
Prodigy
Project Resurgence
Red Comrades Save the Galaxy: Reloaded
Reflections
Rise & Shine
Rise of the Dragon
Post edited October 17, 2017 by Andrey82
Almost pointless update. :(

Part 1:

Released from previous list:
Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back
Crime Cities
Mafia
Nihon Falcom's Zwei II+ (re-titled Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection)
The Inner World - The Last Windmonk

Officially announced to be released soon:
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
Eitr
Frostpunk
Iconoclasts
In the Shadows
Megaton Rainfall
Nine Parchments
Planet Nomads
Production Line
Soul Saga
Spellforce 3
Sunless Skies
System Shock Remake
The Guild 3
Tower 57

Still waiting for:
15 Days
Abducted
Army Men: Air Tactics
Ash of Gods: Redemption (Q4 2017)
Astroneer
Banner Saga 3
BattleTanx
Bioshock series
Black Annex
Captain Quazar
Carnivores
Children of Morta
Codename Panzers: Cold War
Conqueror: A.D. 1086
Constructor HD
Cultist Simulator
Cyberpunk 2077
Defender's Quest II
Demon Age
Doorkickers 2
Dragon Fin Soup
Drakensang
Dusk
Excubitor
Forsaken
Gold Rush!
Grav
Hammer And Sickle
Hand of Fate 2
Heart of China
High Hell
Keen Dreams
Kill to Collect
Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Legrand Legacy
Life is Feudal: Your Own
Medieval Engineers
Milanoir
Neofeud
Neverhood
Niffelheim
Northgard
Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength
Paradise Lost: First Contact
Pathfinder Adventures
Phantom Trigger
Pizza Connection 3
Phoenix Point
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
Planetary Annihilation: TITANS
Prodigy
Project Resurgence
Red Comrades Save the Galaxy: Reloaded
Reflections
Rise & Shine
Rise of the Dragon
Post edited November 06, 2017 by Andrey82
"Rise of the Dragon", "Heart of China" and "Conqueror: A.D. 1086" can be removed from the list.
Time to update the list! :) Waiting for corrections!

Part 1:

Released from previous list:
60 seconds!
Conqueror: A.D. 1086
Dead Cells
Hand of Fate 2
Heart of China
In the Shadows
Megaton Rainfall
Nine Parchments
Phantom Trigger
Rise of the Dragon
Shadow Hand
Spellforce 3
Tower 57
Westerado: Double Barreled

Officially announced to be released soon:
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
Eitr
Frostpunk
Iconoclasts
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
Planet Nomads
Production Line
Soul Saga
Star Control; Origins
Sunless Skies
System Shock Remake
The Guild 3
Wildfire

Removed to return someday (i hope):
Call of Cthulhu - Dark Corners of the Earth

Still waiting for:
15 Days
Abducted
Army Men: Air Tactics
Ash of Gods: Redemption (Q4 2017)
Astroneer
Banner Saga 3
BattleTanx
Bioshock series
Black Annex
Captain Quazar
Carnivores
Children of Morta
Codename Panzers: Cold War
Constructor HD
Cultist Simulator
Cyberpunk 2077
Defender's Quest II
Demon Age
Doorkickers 2
Dragon Fin Soup
Drakensang
Dusk
Excubitor
Finding Paradise
Forsaken
Gold Rush!
Grav
Hammer And Sickle
High Hell
Keen Dreams
Kill to Collect
Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Legrand Legacy
Life is Feudal: Your Own
Medieval Engineers
Milanoir
Neofeud
Neverhood
Niffelheim
Northgard
Opus Magnum
Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength
Paradise Lost: First Contact
Pathfinder Adventures
Pizza Connection 3
Phoenix Point
Planetary Annihilation: TITANS
Prodigy
Project Resurgence
Red Comrades Save the Galaxy: Reloaded
Reflections
Rise & Shine
Post edited December 12, 2017 by Andrey82
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Pawel1995: "GOG has turned down some VERY high quality,"

That's YOUR PERSONAL opinoin. You misss your own point here. Curation is about "What do I want to have on my shelf, in my store. Just because YOU would like to see a game, that doesn't mean that the "average GOG user" and the GOG staff wants to see this game here. If we go about "but X people like this game, maybe" then we are at steam again, because I believe for 100% that every trash game there, has at least 1 fan!
When talking about steam games and its many shovelware ( yes at least 75% is shovelware)
About the at least 1 fan for any ( bad) game, you can safely make that 100 so add at least 2 zeros maybe 3
never forget that games can have loads of buyers and the ratings or reviews do not have to match the sales, most buyers will buy a game an never review a game, i hardly review a game or rate a game i buy what i like.

Now back to numbers:

If a AAA game at 40 usd/EU sells 1.000.000 in a short anmount of time thats KACHING ( money will flow)
40.000.000 is a lot of money.

Now those 'bad' or 'crap' mobile games as most people call them some are listed at > 99 cents, even cheaper at sales up to 75% of list price....
20.000.000 sales at 1 or 2 usd/eu is also 20 to 40 million dollar/eu... and development is much much cheaper... so every game has its own audience and its a good sign people are different.

Anyway you cant talk negative about games ( real shovelware games excepted) that are not AAA or indie, many companies earn a very good living selling 'casualgames' and 'mobile games'.
My first pc games were mainly AAA games ... ( no 3d fpp shooters platform or other motion heavy games)
these games were balanced well in the 70-90s: a number of 3d/fpp and more simple 2d games
but late 90's things changed and 3d/fpp shooters were getting released by the dozen thats why i stopped and switched to casualgames, simple games that: 1) are not time absorbing ( omg: its already 2 am .... )
2) cheaper and small: can be finished in 2-3 hours.

When i signed up in 2014 first thing i did :buy all the favorite games i owned that didnt work or did not work properly (mickeysoft is to blame for that) once i owned all the old games i started to look for new games that could become new good old games: i bough a few dozen and i liked the games.

2015 got less only bought a few old games cuase too many new games wer released compared to the good old games.
2016: barely bought some games and the past year i got maybe 5 of every 30 or 40 released new games, usually i got 5 games from every 10 released.

My latest purchases: form late nov 2016 until now:

Nov 8, 2017

5.09
Rise of the Dragon
5.09
Heart of China

Jul 8, 2017
Antihero Pre-Order

May 4, 2017
5.59
Conquests of the Longbow: The Legend of Robin Hood

Mar 30, 2017
19.99
Thimbleweed Park

Full Throttle Remastered Pre Order
14.99

Feb 16, 2017
5.59
The Dagger of Amon Ra

Feb 2, 2017
5.59 (PAID WITH PaySafeCard)
Freddy Pharkas: Frontier Pharmacist

Dec 22, 2016
4.19
Indiana Jones® and the Last Crusade™

Dec 14, 2016
The Little Acre
12.09

Dec 14, 2016
1.69 (PAID WITH PaySafeCard)
Wallet funds used: 0.30
1.99
Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator



10 or 11 maybe 12 games in 1 year thats 1 game a month instead of 4 or 5 a month.
Last big haul of games was 2015 : winter/summer sales

Thursday new game , a day i always look if some new old games arrive.
Post edited December 09, 2017 by gamesfreak64
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New companies in the catalog:

Killerfish Games. In October, they called for support to convince GOG to accept their games. They have 3 ship warfare sims (good to see this after Dotemu with its ship warfare sims is gone). Cold Waters is the latest:
Spiritual Successor to the Microprose Classic “Red Storm Rising”.

After tracking a Soviet landing force bound for Iceland it is time to plan your attack. Do you silently close in to torpedo the landing ships and escape during the resulting chaos? Or strike with long-range missiles but risk counterattack from the enemy escorts? Have you detected them all, could another submarine be out there listening for you? Has the hunter become the hunted? Will you survive the Cold Waters?

Inspired by the 1988 classic “Red Storm Rising”, command a nuclear submarine in a desperate attempt to prevent “mutually assured destruction” when the Cold War gets hot and WWIII begins.

You will be tasked with intercepting convoys, amphibious landings, insertion missions and battling it out with enemy warships, submarines and aircraft. Thankfully, an arsenal of wire-guided torpedoes, anti-ship and cruise missiles and the occasional SEAL team are on board to keep the Iron Curtain at bay.

Available on PC and Mac.

Features

Real-time naval combat
Over 40 classes of ships and submarines all meticulously researched
Dynamic Campaign where your performance matters
Realistic sonar model
Authentic Soviet combat tactics
Actual world based terrain and depths
Extensive modding support
Aircraft, helicopters, dipping sonar, aerial torpedoes and depth bombs
Historically based ships, aircraft and weapons
Museum of ship, aircraft and weapon statistics
Control wire-guided torpedoes
Countermeasures: noisemaker, decoy, chaff, knuckle
The other new company is Shining Pixel Studios, likely for Oriental Empires:
Become Supreme Ruler of Ancient China

Oriental Empires is a turn based 4X style civilization-building game set in ancient China. It will feature both single player campaigns as well as a multiplayer mode. Oriental Empires covers the period from earliest recorded history, until the widespread adoption of firearms (roughly 1500 BC to 1500 AD) and aims to realistically depict the world of ancient China, with a focus on the unique aspects of that civilization. This extremely deep strategy game includes both an historic scenario on a realistic period map of China, and skirmish-style scenarios on random or user generated maps.

About Oriental Empires

Step into the world of the ancient Orient. Control a city or tribe from the dawn of Chinese history, and turn it into a great empire. Develop your land, create great cities, raise huge armies and fight epic wars. Advance your technology, culture and religion to create one of mankind’s great civilizations. All the action takes place on one spectacular game map that brings to life the mountains, forests, plains and deserts of China. Zoom in close to review your troops and see your peasants toiling, or zoom out for a strategic overview. Plan your battles, end your turn, and then watch as your armies obey your orders, with hundreds of soldiers battling right on the game map.

Key Features

Persuade the other factions to recognize you as such by either military force, or by diplomatic persuasion.
Play as one of 16 different factions each with their own special bonuses or penalties.
Vast beautifully rendered map featuring an attractive and authentic depiction of the landscape of China and Mongolia.
Large scale battles with hundreds or thousands of soldiers, depicted in detail right on the game map. Watch skilled armies and reinforcements go to battle, according to the battle orders and formations set by the player.
Fully animated 3D models, with variations in face and clothing for each model, including infantry, cavalry, chariot and artillery units, as well as naval forces.
Long seamless zoom range lets you step right into the game world or zoom out for a strategic overview.
Develop your settlements by constructing buildings and developing the landscape around them, build markets and ports to enable trade by land and water.
Elaborate research tree including technology as well as cultural, philosophical and religious developments.
Many other elements will determine the outcome of you quest for dominance such as Leaders, Sieges, Unrest and Rebellion, and Authority and Culture ratings.
As Emperor, set edicts, laws and decrees to balance power and move into a glorious new Era, with new technologies and military units that change the game!
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2 new company entries for:
-> 2K Boston, 2K Australia, Blind Squirrel
-> 2K Marin, 2K China, Digital Extremes, 2K Australia, Blind Squirrel

Is Bioshock finally landing on GOG? Sunset Overdrive? What could it be?
Post edited December 03, 2018 by WinterSnowfall