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A year has passed since the premiere of Liberated, a dynamic action-platformer set inside a living, hand-drawn comic book. To celebrate this title’s anniversary, Walkabout, the publisher behind Liberated, has decided to give all gamers a present.

For the next 72h (until 2nd August 2021, 1 PM UTC) you can claim your copy of the exciting travel game Wanderlust: Transsiberian free of charge on GOG.COM! Moreover, we have a special set of discounts on selected games from Walkabout:

Liberated (-75%)
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest (-50%)
Wanderlust: Travel Stories (-60%)
Wanderlust: Travel Stories Soundtrack (-60%)

If you buy all three games listed above until 2nd August 2021, 1 PM UTC, the discount on the entire bundle will rise by 15%. Note that you don’t have to purchase Wanderlust: Travel Stories Soundtrack to receive an additional discount.
Thanks for the freebie. This was something on my wish list as something that I was curious about, so now there is no reason to not check it out.
Thanks for the freebie! o/
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Thanks for the game. I was curious about it and now I can give it a go and see how it is.
Thank you for the surprise gift!
Thanks for freebie, GoG :)
Thanks for the freebie. Played Wanderlust: Travel Stories last year and really enjoyed it so look forward to trying out this one!
Thanks for the freebie, GOG and Dev.
Thank you for the gift, keep motivated
Thank you for this freebie! Maybe not my cup of tea, but surely a great way to try something different for a while.
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Thanks for the freebie!
OK, never mind, my bad.
Post edited July 30, 2021 by ConanTheBald
I like the concept but the ugly graphics and its being English only prevented me from getting it.
I think I'll get Liberated at some point.
Interactive fiction? Awesome! Thanks gog!