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Can't have those modern classics missing from your inventory.


Remember the glory days of adventure gaming? When every pixel on the screen was a potential joke, a solution to a puzzle, or somebody's face? Their position as cutting edge pieces of software may have been compromised over the years, but their charm has hardly worn off. Not when they have steadfast champions like Wadjet Eye and Infamous Quests on their side.
Our Weekly Sale Vol. 16 begins as a grand celebration of their offerings, which are brimming with point & click goodness adorned with stunning pixel art.


A mysterious science project has gone horribly wrong. Four people will get pulled into the ensuing maelstrom of murder and deception, trying to figure out the long-reaching effects of Resonance. Use your memories to solve puzzles, swap control between the characters, and always keep on your toes: treachery could be lurking much closer than you anticipated.

So you want to be famous? Then choose between a rogue, a brigand, or a sorcerer, follow the branching storyline and ace your cheeky Quest for Infamy any way you see fit. But beware: here there be monsters and plenty of scoundrels that might not be as good-natured as you.


As always, there's more – including Primordia, Gemini Rue, Shardlight, The Blackwell series, and plenty of others!

The Weekly Sale Vol. 16 will last until May 22, 4:00 PM UTC.
I like their games. It's nice that someone is still releasing new point&click adventures with such a great atmosphere.

Regarding the sale - games are great, prices not.
Another sale where only a second part on Friday, might get me to buy something.

Or Kohan on Thursday, GOG, you know you want to release it!
Is https://www.gog.com/game/sid_meiers_civilization_iv_the_complete_edition gone on sale and if so, did I miss the announcement?
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Trilarion: Is https://www.gog.com/game/sid_meiers_civilization_iv_the_complete_edition gone on sale and if so, did I miss the announcement?
Yes, It was like a dozen of years ago...
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Trilarion: Is https://www.gog.com/game/sid_meiers_civilization_iv_the_complete_edition gone on sale and if so, did I miss the announcement?
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i_ni: Yes, It was like a dozen of years ago...
What? What was like a dozen of years ago...?
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i_ni: Yes, It was like a dozen of years ago...
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Trilarion: What? What was like a dozen of years ago...?
Just a (dumb?) joke from my side: Civ4 was released Nov 2005 (CE - 2009).
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i_ni: Just a (dumb?) joke from my side: Civ4 was released Nov 2005 (CE - 2009).
I see. Well, it's the first time with 75% discount here now, so it was never cheaper (finally matching the Steam price). It's also one of the few games with a five star rating. And there was/still is no announcement of this (of that I'm aware). I thought this is just a bit crazy.

I just got to know of it because of my price watch on isthereanydeal.com.
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SpiderFighter: For anyone interested in the Blackwell games who hasn't tried them yet, this is the time. They're terrific fun, and at barely over $1 U.S. per game, the Blackwell Bundle is pretty much a steal.
Lucky you. These are $6.49 AUD (Australia).
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Treehugger: Lucky you. These are $6.49 AUD (Australia).
Given the current value of both currencies though, that actually works out about right.
https://www.google.com/search?q=6.49aud+to+US+dollar
Post edited 2 days ago by SpiderFighter
nice