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Connect your Steam account and grow or jumpstart your library.

UPDATE: Last chance to grab your games from the original list! Make sure to get them until June 8, 12:59 PM UTC.

Want more games? We've got more games! Three new titles are now available through GOG Connect:

- Kona
- Defender's Quest
- Door Kickers

You can get them until June 13, 1:59 PM UTC.

Today, we're launching a new program called <span class="bold">GOG Connect</span>. The premise is simple: connect your Steam account and add your eligible games to your library.

Whether you're checking us out for the first time or have been with us for a while, <span class="bold">GOG Connect</span> gets you DRM-free versions of your games, digital extras, and a whole lot of freedom of choice (like whether you go with the GOG Galaxy client or not). It gets you our take on game ownership, and we say: why buy the games more than once?

Thanks to our awesome partners including Deep Silver, Harebrained Schemes, Jonathan Blow's Number None, TaleWorlds and more, you can now add more than 20 games to your library if you previously purchased them on Steam.

The full list of games will always be available on, starting with these and more:

- The Witness
- FTL: Faster Than Light
- The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut
- Galactic Civilizations 3
- Trine Enchanted Edition
- Saints Row 2
- Shadowrun Returns
- The Witcher: Enhanced Edition

While <span class="bold">GOG Connect</span> will stick around, the available games will come and go. These are limited-time offers made possible by participating developers and publishers, so stay tuned as we bring new titles onboard in the future (and grab your copies before they go away)!

For a bit more library-building, a bunch of our favorite titles will also be discounted up to -85% all week long, including The Witness, Saints Row: The Third, System Shock 2 and more. You can check out all the deals here. The sale will last until June 6, 12:59 PM UTC.
sebarnolds: Ok, it seems it worked for the following games (though they are not yet in my library):
- Bit.Trip.Runner
- Braid
- Saints Row 2
- Shadowrun Returns
- To The Moon
- Trine

One seems to be missing: I have Sherlock Holmes and the Silver Earring in my Steam library and it was on the list...
One weird thing I noticed is that GOG thinks I have the first Broken Sword game on Steam, while it's really the 5th one.
I already have all the Broken Sword games on GOG though :P
"Due to exceedingly high demand this may take up to several days, please check back later. Thank you for your patience."

This made me chuckle. I guess I will try later. :)
hm, i am still stuck after the connetion with the high demand message.
strange that some people can connect there accounts without problems and others don´t.
has it somethig to do with the amount of games someone have on steam ?
Given the "exceedingly high wait time", will I get a notification email when the process is complete?
What if the 'connection' takes so long, that we miss the window for the current collection of games?
Lemon_Curry: You didn't. :)
mrkgnao: I'm still not sure that did either...
Yeah, it was definitely ambiguous but the seriousness of his response to Shamy25 led me to believe he wasn't being ironic.
Post edited June 01, 2016 by Lemon_Curry
OK, I have Galatic Civ 3 and FTL on steam. It finally connected but it says "NO ELIGIBLE GAMES FOUND".

Is this also due to overload, or is that a genuine bug?
That's impressive.
I was a little bit annoyed because I've been a backer of Project Zomboid since forever and when they switched from their own indipendent client to Steam i didn't like it, ESPECIALLY when I found out about the game coming on GOG as well. This is amazing.
Kudos to GOG and to the studios that agreed with this.
XYCat: holy shit :D
this is like brutal, but I just hope it's not a step on the road to getting bought by GabeN. Not because I'd hate steam but I love old games and steam doesn't give a crap about making them actually run smoothly unlike GOG.
Yeah, I've always suspected tinyE was actually Gabe himself mocking us all day long.
ssokolow: Grr. Never have I despised Steam's "must have the client installed to redeem keys" design more.

I have tons of unredeemed Steam keys from Humble Bundles that I currently just consider "not owned" and this could save me money if I'm willing to waste a ton of time spinning up up a quarantined VM and then using a VPN to give it some controlled access to Steam's servers.
That's not good news. You can only redeem 25 keys per day.
A question. How does gog handle our personal information from Steam since our Steam ID and password is saved by gog without an option to log out. This doesn't seem very safe and might result in more stolen Steam IDs.

Edit: I'm wrong explained by another gog users that this is not the case.
Post edited June 01, 2016 by Matruchus
Does anybody know where the list of eligible games are? The OP in this thread says it's on the connect page.

The connect page says it's on that page.

yogsloth: Does anybody know where the list of eligible games are? The OP in this thread says it's on the connect page.

The connect page says it's on that page.

Log out of your gog account and go to connect page and you will see all the redeemable games.
i dont want to have whatever to do with thing called steam and i have hoped never to read whatever about it here.

where to escape??????????? :¨-\
apehater: whats next? connect to and uplay?
Uplay +1