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The only way out is deeper in.

UPDATE: Solving the puzzles scattered around this otherworldly landscape requires a certain calmness, something to put your mind in the mood. Could it be the official Quern <span class="bold">soundtrack</span>? After all, it does include almost two hours of Marcell Kerepesi's entrancing compositions.

<span class="bold">Quern - Undying Thoughts</span>, an atmospheric first-person adventure inside a bizarre world, is available now, DRM-free on with a 25% launch discount!

You've found yourself in a place that defies logic, and yet logic is all you need to figure it out. A scientist has built something unique, something unwieldy and strangely beautiful. You're the catalyst, the one who must follow the breadcrumbs, brave the mind-bending puzzles, and ultimately conquer the island's many secrets.

The 25% discount will last until April 10, 1 PM UTC.
Post edited April 06, 2017 by maladr0Id
cal74: Seeing the Myst games in the promo reminds how Myst III and (especially for me) IV are still missing here.

Let's hope Ubi can remember GOG exists and provide us with these two games sooner than later.
Cyan, got the publishing rights, back from Ubisoft, for all their games, and are the source of those released on GOG.
Myst 3, and 4 were not made by Cyan, and they had no rights to those games, so they are not included in the package.

As for Ubisoft putting them on GOG, frankly there's little chance of it happenning.
Uplay has a section called Oldies But Goodies which is almost a game for game match for the Ubisoft games on GOG.

There's a good chance, that no source codes available, or other rights licenses used have expired.
If Ubisoft could release these games once more, they would be already on Uplay, and then have a good chance to be on GOG as well. Without a Uplay release, there won't be a GOG version.

Sad fact is, until GOG appeared, nobody thought old games had any value, and though publishers would keep the IP, the source code for old games, often wasn't thought worth keeping. Many GOG resurrections, are because someone (usually a developer) kept the source, out of nostalgia.

Homeworld Remastered is an example, it doesn't contain Homeworld Cataclysm, because the source code has been lost.
Post edited April 09, 2017 by UhuruNUru