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We've got a real treat for all adventure game fans out there as four new games from Frogwares join our DRM-free catalog.

Become the most celebrated detective of all time in Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments (-50%). Use your impressive talents as a detective to solve six thrilling and varied cases: murders, missing persons, spectacular thefts and numerous investigations that sometimes lead you into the realms of the fantastic. Then traverse into the world of hidden object adventure in Sherlock Holmes and The Hound of The Baskervilles (-50%) to investigate the legend of a supernatural hound on the fog-shrouded moorland in England of the 19th century.

Buy Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments and get Sherlock Holmes and The Hound of The Baskervilles for FREE until October 11th, 1 PM UTC.

Reveal the origins of the dark count in Dracula Origin (-50%). Once the ardent defender of Christendom, Dracula loses his faith in God when he is abandoned by his one true love after she marries. Dracula then makes a pact with the Lord of Darkness and becomes a vampire. Then get into an uneasy alliance between Dracula and his eternal enemy Van Helsing in hidden object game Dracula: Love Kills (-50%).

Along with the new releases, this weekend you can get all Frogwares games 50% off until October 7th, 1 PM UTC.
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teceem: This has nothing to do with DRM and nobody on Steam is losing their purchased Frogwares games.

Anyway, I'm glad I waited for Crimes & Punishments to appear here!
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Spectre: Steam is a DRM system and this was a problem for them.
I guess we all agree that Steam is a DRM system - but what does this have to do with Focus losing publishing rights to a gane? They did not lose the rights because of DRM, did they? And people still should be able to access their games in their library - not matter if they are DRM'd or not ... there must be something I don't understand.
Post edited October 06, 2019 by MarkoH01
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Spectre: Steam is a DRM system and this was a problem for them.
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MarkoH01: I guess we all agree that Steam is a DRM system - but what does this have to do with Focus losing publishing rights to a gane? They did not lose the rights because of DRM, did they? And people still should be able to access their games in their library - not matter if they are DRM'd or not ... there must be something I don't understand.
The way I understood it was the ID system that was screwing up Frogwares ability to deal with their games.
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GOG.com: Along with the new releases, this weekend you can get all Frogwares games 50% off until October 7th, 1 PM UTC.
The sale promo page (http://www.gog.com/promo/20191004_promo_launch_frogwares_games) says the sale ends on the 11th October and not the 7th as stated above. When does the sale actually end?
So are the older games at risk of be delisted after this sale or not?

Also, what's the best game to start with if I've never played these?
low rated
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slbunny: So are the older games at risk of be delisted after this sale or not?

Also, what's the best game to start with if I've never played these?
1st question: I don't think so.

2nd Question: It depends....some are hidden object games and some are straight adventure puzzle games.
Dracula Origins is rather good, have a boxed version. Maybe will buy again here to save the disks.
Goood, now I got the refund for the Baskerville game I accidentally bought separately.

Now I can take advantage of this offer and get it free when buying the Crimes and Punishments game.
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gamesfreak64: instabought the 2 HOG ( i own both already: baskerville i have on cd but it needs a serial key ( didnt know that when i ordered the cd online) now i can "dump" the retail cd ....
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FlockeSchnee: Thanks for pointing out, that there are 2 HOGs. I only saw Baskerville. Now I have both. :-)
Your welcome :D
Can anyone tell me if Dracula: Love Kills includes the bonus chapter originally a part of the Collector's Edition? Steam seems to have it, anyways.
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Blackdrazon: Can anyone tell me if Dracula: Love Kills includes the bonus chapter originally a part of the Collector's Edition? Steam seems to have it, anyways.
Unfortunately the bonus gameplay, the strategy guide, the wallpapers and the soundtrack is missing from GOG's version :(