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The annual event celebrating the Czech and Slovak games is here on GOG and with it comes a Weekly Sale filled with outstanding games made in these countries.

This time the event is connected to the national holiday of November 17th that celebrated nationwide in the Czech and Slovak Republic to commemorate the events that led to the advent of democracy in both countries.

Play games like ARMA: Cold War Assault (-80%), Kingdom Come: Deliverance (-66%), and Mafia III (-75%) before the sale ends on 22nd November 2021, 2 PM UTC.

Also, take a moment to visit the official website of the event .

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IronArcturus: Does Vaporum allow the player to save at any time?
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ciemnogrodzianin: As far as I remember – any time you want.
Thanks for the info!
France, Poland, Czech + Slovakia. Hoping for Sweden soon so we can celebrate all the great point and click adventures dev there. Also hoping that more devs provide Swedish language options so I can practice.
Recently learned about existence of Chameleon.
It would be a welcomed addition here. :)
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IronArcturus: How does Vaporum compare to Legend of Grimrock?
Instead of a chaotic dance&dodge, you get a methodical and strategic dance&dodge... plus, the steampunk aesthetic rules!

In other words you get to pause gameplay in battle!
Post edited November 16, 2021 by TZODnmr2k5
If we are talking abour the classics from the Czech Republic.
Where is "7 dni a 7 noci"? :P
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llamas: France, Poland, Czech + Slovakia. Hoping for Sweden soon so we can celebrate all the great point and click adventures dev there. Also hoping that more devs provide Swedish language options so I can practice.
Missed opportunity for Oktoberfest with German games.
I'm tempted by the UFO games (and can't imagine they will ever get much less expensive :/), however I liked the cover aspect of Xenonauts and this one looks more like a stand there and shoot at each other thing from screenshots and bits of youtube videos I looked at quickly. Anyone have any thoughts on this series?
Just realized that "Shade: Hněv Andělů" (Shade: Wrath of Angels in english) is not on GOG. This gruesome error should be remedied immediately.
Post edited November 16, 2021 by idbeholdME
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idbeholdME: Just realized that "Shade: Hněv Andělů" (Shade: Wrath of Angels in english) is not on GOG. This gruesome error should be remedied immediately.
And how about Polda (aka Detective Hayseed)? :D
It's nice to see that the Czech Republic and Slovakia are still friends after the divorce. :)
Where my Gomo!? :(
Hey GoG. Nice you have special sale for CZ+SK games. And here is another +1 for Spellcross and Korea: Forgotten Conflict.
I think that Slovakian Eset antivirus/security should be on the list, for Gogers for a half price. And some of Czech adventures games and localisations like Swirus, and all Vochozka Trading published games, like "Sedm dní a sedm nocí; English: 7 Days and 7 Nights is a 1994 Czech adventure game" and "while Larry acts like an unsuccessful sexual loudmouth, Venca is a self-confident village idiot." Some really funny games out there, uncovered.
Post edited November 16, 2021 by psychosopher
A recommendation to all who like logic games - Fish Fillets. The first one from the series was made opensource many years ago. Would be nice to see these games here as well...
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idbeholdME: Just realized that "Shade: Hněv Andělů" (Shade: Wrath of Angels in english) is not on GOG. This gruesome error should be remedied immediately.
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triock: And how about Polda (aka Detective Hayseed)? :D
Oh yeah. And for something even more hardcore, the dungeon crawler "Brány Skeldalu" would also be nice. Although I don't think it was ever localized into any other language than czech, meaning it would have similar accessibility as the couple of the "polish only" games on GOG :D
Post edited November 16, 2021 by idbeholdME