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The Pioneering spirit lives on.

The Anno games are a strategy series that offer a mix of real time strategy, city building and business simulation - a pioneering adventure that throws you into a whole new world to conquer through wit and planning, not by the sword alone. Your own world! With Anno 1602 A.D. back on our PCs - we're ready to continue our quantum leap across the ages... You can get both of today's releases in a single Anno bundle at 40% off!

<span class="bold">Anno 1503 A.D.</span> again hands you your own ship with minimal provisions and leaves you to turn it into a bustling island nation, or to wither away trying. Scout out the perfect island to start your brave new colony (your very own Plymouth!), check for fertile lands and mineral-rich surroundings, then begin your conquest of nature and international relations whilst keeping your growing nation happy. While the core and soul of the game remains true to its predecessor, your startup nation has never looked better. The games comes complete with the "Treasures, Monsters & Pirates" expansion pack!

Jump forward two centuries, and though the world and technology have changed, the true pioneering spirit lives on in <span class="bold">Anno 1701 A.D.</span>: welcome to a bigger, better, more three dimensional world! The Anno series has always required a thirst for discovery - even as far as just learning the game itself. That's why Anno 1701 A.D. is out to ease you into its many facets. This time around you will be conquering the wild and tropical islands of the Caribbean, all the while juggling your relationships with pirate warlords and enterprising European nations. Expand your nation and possibilities with "The Sunken Dragon" expansion pack, featuring plenty of new content and a custom map editor which just happens to be about half the fun.

Exploration, trading, resource management, diplomacy - and combat, should you need it - the Pioneer's spirit lives on in the 40% Off <span class="bold">Anno 1503 A.D.</span> and <span class="bold">Anno 1701 A.D.</span> bundle. Available now, DRM-free on, the launch discount will last for one week, until Wednesday, August 19, 12:59 PM GMT.
To those that have played them:

How do the pre-3D Anno games compare "The Patrician 3"?
Hey GOG, sincere thanks for updates to add the manuals ... but why does that require 4 gigabytes of re-download? That seems a bit cavalier ... :-(
DrearierSpider: I'm sure many users would appreciate the addition of 2070 considering how intrusive the DRM on Steam's version is!
Nirth: Lol, you weren't kidding! Steam CEG, uPlay and Tages. Unbelievable! Is this a record? I know GTA requires social club and I think the 4th one required GFWL as well but those are peanuts compared to uPlay and Tages. Personally I'm not interested in 2070 but I really hope it arrives here completely DRM-free.
I think GTA IV inches it out because it has Steam, Social Club, GFWL and SecuROM (though Steam isn't included in the retail version). As for which game causes more headaches, I wouldn't know...I won't touch either with a 10 foot barge pole.
I would also like to see 2070 here, I play it rarely these days. Mostly because of the DRM system and online necessarity.
But I would love to see 1404 here, the Kings-Edition (Königsedition in German) has no DRM in any way.
gamesfreak64: yup i really like towerdefense games, almost any type with the exception of the ones with the 3d engines/3d units that allow to rotate the screen and all that, those i never get (motionsickness)
jforte: I didn't see Defender's Quest in your list. If you don't have it, I would highly recommend checking it out! It uses 2d graphics and has single screen maps that don't scroll, just like Kingdom Rush, so it shouldn't make you sick. It blends tower defense with RPG elements and I think it's pretty fantastic.
thanks for the reply, i think i forgot to add that one, i do have it, i got it the minute i saw the game on GOG.
Anno 1701 is topping my wishlist right now.
Hope we'll see some nice sale including it soon. :)