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Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, Hollow Knight, System Shock 2, and more!

UPDATE: Don't dilly-dally for too long, guys - the free game offer is going away soon! In case you've missed it, <span class="bold">Retroism has also joined the fun</span> with a funky catalog which includes the Hyperdimension Neptunia series, Uprising 1 & 2, Requiem: Avenging Angel, Sid Meier's Colonization, and plenty of other gems you need to discover.

Just when you thought this blissful downpour of deals was at its end BOOM! - our massive <span class="bold">Weekly Sale Vol. 20</span> comes around to prove you wrong. Look at these sweet sweet discounts - and all you have to do is stick your tongue out and taste them! While you're at it, don't forget to take advantage of our special offer: make a purchase on during this week and a FREE copy of Double Dragon Trilogy is yours. Pretty cool, right?

Now let's go check out some of the hot stuff that's on discount:

That's how platformers should be: fun, colorful, energetic, and playable with friends. Rayman Origins excels in all those areas and is full of spectacular-looking areas for you to explod--- ermm explore. You really don't want to miss out on that one.

Nothing short of a modern classic, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun brings back the isometric stealth/strategy genre and gives it a welcome brush-up and a wonderful Japanese spin. The end result is an addictive must-play experience for all fans of the Commandos series.

But that's not nearly all of them. There are 70+ deals here, including Hollow Knight, System Shock 2, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY, Caesar IV, and Pillars of Eternity, among others!

The <span class="bold">Weekly Sale Vol. 20</span> will last until July 3, 10PM UTC.

NOTE: Your free copy of Double Dragon Trilogy will arrive in a separate email. Make sure to redeem it right away - the codes will expire on July 10, 21:59 UTC.
Mobeeuz: Is this only for the weekly sales event? I just purchased Tender Loving Care and received no notification that I even qualified.
dr.schliemann: Thanks for sharing this warning.

I suspect they removed the Double Dragon promo banner from the homepage because it could cause this kind of misunderstanding (see my older post). The banner said something like "free with any purchase", while the offer is bound to the weekly sale only.
It's not bound to the weekly sale. I got my free Double Dragon by buying the newly-lauched Spellforce: Faith In Destiny.

I think the problem is that it gives you no indication that you've qualified for the free game until, a little while later, the code is sent to your email address. As with many similar "codes mailed out" offers, a little while can sometimes mean hours. That makes people fret that they must have missed out.

Since the free game offer is supposed to last for a week, and was first advertised in the same post as Weekly Sale 20, I believe it will still be active for a couple of days.
That free offer for the Double Dragon Trilogy is still ongoing, I found this out since I bought both Baldur's Gate 1 & 2

Enhanced Editions (I wanted them for the technical improvements, getting the classic versions included were a added

bonus). Soon after that I got my free game code in my email a hour later or so, had to check in my spam folder.
Post edited July 03, 2017 by wolfrider100
bought more than $10 but not received DD key yet.
* yes I checked spam folder, it's not there
* yes I have received previous GoG keys without issue just not the DD one.

I'll wait one more day before contacting GoG.
Maybe the keys are released only after the sale ?

Sounds like others have their keys.

So as always, I endorse Pajama Sam Vol. 1 because it has two great adventures. Pajama Sam Vol. 2 has the great "You Are What You Eat", but the other adventure - "Life is Rough" - is poor from what I can tell. The arcade games can be fun but I wouldn't buy either for those alone.

Unfortunately non-English languages are still missing.

Buying another Vol. 1 code now. :P
i_ni: And massive it is indeed - I counted more than 70 games. The largest weekly sale so far?
wildapple: Yes, I think that is true.
There already have been two weekly sales with 100 resp. 88 games in April.