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Mask of the Rose Demo
https://www.gog.com/en/game/mask_of_the_rose_demo
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New Demo:

Virgo versus the Zodiac
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New Demo:

The Tale of Bistun
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Three new demos.

A.I.D. - Artificial Intelligence Defence Demo

Anger Foot Demo

Flashout 3 Demo
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Three more?

https://www.gog.com/en/game/ved_demo Teleport between worlds

https://www.gog.com/en/game/loretta_demo Lore etta is killing it

https://www.gog.com/en/game/game_batch1_copy3 Urbek City Builder Prologue
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New Prologue:

https://www.gog.com/en/game/the_darkest_tales_into_the_nightmare
Figment 2: Creed Valley (Demo) is back. It was delisted back in January 2021 as mentioned by Reddit user Faldang in this Reddit post, but is now back in the store.
Good bye:
Astrodogs / Demo `21 ; Born Punk / Demo `21 ; capital_command_demo ; Diplomacy is not an option / Demo '22 ; Glitchhikers_the_spaces_between_demo ; Lumote_the_mastermote_chronicles / Demo ; Project Warlock II / Demo `21 ; https://www.gog.com/en/game/silt_demo ; https://www.gog.com/en/game/sons_of_valhalla_demo ; https://www.gog.com/en/game/stardeus_demo ; https://www.gog.com/en/game/terror_of_hemasaurus_demo ; https://www.gog.com/en/game/trifox_demo ; Winter Ember / Demo `21 ;

some demos/prologues/free games have achievements
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psychosopher: Good bye:

some demos/prologues/free games have achievements
I am guessing you mean from the store only, and not our library if we already have them, because mine are still there.

Are you saying that achievements no longer work for these games that had them? Not that I care about achievements, especially for demos and prologues.
There are 231 free positions excluding DLCs https://www.gog.com/en/games?priceRange=0,0&hideDLCs=true,
within this number, there are demos prologues free games, and special additions.
All should be on the first and second page of this thread.

Yes, Anything we have claimed on the way is staying in our libraries, otherwise, we would rage for it wouldn`t we? :D

Just saying free games/demos = free achievements and t= sometimes.

Should achievements work after the game is removed from the store? Hey! That is a good question.
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psychosopher: Yes, Anything we have claimed on the way is staying in our libraries, otherwise, we would rage for it wouldn`t we? :D
That is not the case.

GOG is perfectly willing to remove free demos from their customers' libraries if the dev asks for that to be done.
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Geralt_of_Rivia: (...)if the dev asks for that to be done.(...)
I do agree! I do not accept explanation given by developer. This is Timberborn Demo , few versions https://archive.org/details/timberborn_demo. Crikey!
I am aware of this occurring only the once, and hope that going by our complaints it will never happen again.

Certainly nothing should be removed from our GOG library unless it infringes something or is a risk to us.

A recent example of infringement was with Daggerfall Unity - GOG Cut, where mods were included that shouldn't have been. In that case I guess we also got a removal, but it was immediately replaced with fixed version.
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Timboli: I am aware of this occurring only the once, and hope that going by our complaints it will never happen again.

Certainly nothing should be removed from our GOG library unless it infringes something or is a risk to us.

A recent example of infringement was with Daggerfall Unity - GOG Cut, where mods were included that shouldn't have been. In that case I guess we also got a removal, but it was immediately replaced with fixed version.
Nope, GOG has clearly stated they'll do it again if the dev asks.

And the Daggerfall case was no infringement.

The modder put his mod under the MIT license which essentially says: "You can do with this whatever you want, including commercial use, as long as you give credit to the author.". In other words, the modder didn't just allow GOG but everyone in the world to use his mod. Since GOG did give proper credit the mod was properly licensed.

The modder was simply being a whiney b**** because others who used a more restrictive license were asked if it was OK to include their mod and he wasn't asked. And GOG was polite enough to give in to his whining. That's all there is to this case.
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Geralt_of_Rivia: Nope, GOG has clearly stated they'll do it again if the dev asks.
I don't recall GOG ever saying that specifically, though some members aired that as likely being possible again.

They way I remember it, they said the DEV asked and so they did it.
Whether they will again or not I don't know, but like I said I hope the flack they copped would prevent it happening again ... one can but hope. In any case, it's not common.

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Geralt_of_Rivia: And the Daggerfall case was no infringement.
In your view. Others here totally disagreed with you, myself included.

That said, we don't need to go over all that again, and certainly not here.

All that matters is GOG behaved like it was an infringement, and rectified things.

And really what I said still stands, whether that particular instance was an infringement or not.
Post edited 21 hours ago by Timboli