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The #StreamTeam knows what's up.

It's up to 14 hours of gaming streams daily with 20 regular hosts, tons of giveaways, contests and raffles, frequent appearances from special guests, creative streams, and - of course - 100% DRM-free games.

Our schedule: Check out the all-new schedule (via teamup), where you'll find a listing of all the shows and titles that we've got planned - or read through our regular show lineup below.

GOG.com code raffles: On (almost) every stream, we raffle off (at least) one GOG.com game code worth $5.99 or $9.99 that you can use on any game from our selection that has a base price of up to the code's value. Watch our streams, and when the host announces a raffle has opened, type the appropriate command - maybe you'll be the lucky one!

Please note - you have to follow Twitch.tv/GOGcom to be eligible for an on-stream raffle victory. The GOG.com code will be delivered to you via Twitch chat as soon as possible after confirming your victory.

Scroll past the streaming widget for a listing of all shows you can expect throughout the week!


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MONDAYS:

-- 3pm GMT: Weekend Spotlight -- A show to show off the weekend promo selection
-- 5pm GMT: Pizza, Pen & Paper -- It’s one classic RPG after another, shown by Classicor and Unraveller!
-- 7pm GMT: GOG Giants -- Outstar presents the biggest, bestest title on the whole, whole site.
-- 9pm GMT: Brain Freezer -- Donis goes through tricky brain twisters and thought teasers that’ll have you tricked!

TUESDAYS:

-- 3pm GMT: Wild Card -- A random game from the GOG.com catalogue appears!
-- 5pm GMT: Release Stream -- A new game that just joined the GOG.com catalogue
-- 7pm GMT: Thief-ing Tuesdays -- Deep, dark and mysterious adventures of Vlad a.k.a. TheWeekendSlice!
-- 9pm GMT: Bloody Night -- Outstar gets gory. Dare you witness the horror?
-- 12am GMT: Pen & Pixels -- The storytelling approach to games with ArvanEleron (special 3-hour feature!)
-- 3am GMT: Retro Games & Chill -- RetrogradeTom takes you on the classic gaming adventure of your life

WEDNESDAYS:

-- 3pm GMT: GOG Adventures -- VideoGameCarnage shows the latest and greatest in point'n’clickery
-- 5pm GMT: Staff Picks Spotlight -- The Weekly Staff Picks go on screen!
-- 7pm GMT: Multiplayer Time! -- Multiplayer Bonanza and a chance to play with our stream team members
-- 9pm GMT: Release Stream -- A new game that just joined the GOG.com catalogue
-- 11pm GMT: Space Night -- Memoriesin8bit ventures through galaxies far, far away...
-- 1am GMT: Mayhem in ‘Murica -- PantslessShorts ventures through chaos

THURSDAYS:

-- 11am GMT: Creative Show -- Our hosts get artsy and draw or paint gaming fan art
-- 3pm GMT: Playing the Role -- Unraveller gets into character in RPG games
-- 5pm GMT: Viewers’ Choice -- YOU get to pick what we play!
-- 7pm GMT: 88Bits per Hour -- It's Memories in 8bit and his favorite pixellated wonders!
-- 9pm GMT: Release Stream -- A new game that just joined the GOG.com catalogue
-- 11pm GMT: Creative Stream -- ChronoWolf of the MatCat duo takes on visual effects and content creation
-- 2am GMT: Lone Wanderer -- Solo adventures of PanstlessShorts

FRIDAYS:

-- 3pm GMT: Wild Card -- A random game from the GOG.com catalogue appears!
-- 5pm GMT: Weekend Spotlight -- A show that shows off the weekend promo selection
-- 7pm GMT: Release Stream -- A new game that just joined the GOG.com catalogue
-- 9pm GMT: GOG Classics -- Old-school favorites that Flaose just can’t get enough of.
-- 11pm GMT: R.P.G. -- The finest serving of roleplaying titles with Reitanna

SATURDAYS:

-- 1pm GMT: Creative Show -- Video game music created live on stream by ChronoWolf!
-- 3pm GMT: Weekend Spotlight -- A show that shows off the weekend promo selection
-- 5pm GMT: Sinister Saturday -- Memories in 8bit takes you through some deep, dark dungeons
-- 8pm GMT: Saturday Spooky Show -- Get ready to get spooked with our oldest show hosted by Vlad!
-- 11pm GMT: Wild Card -- A random game from the GOG.com catalogue appears!

SUNDAYS:

-- 3pm GMT: Weekend Spotlight -- A show to show off the weekend promo selection
-- 5pm GMT: Weekend Spotlight -- A show to show off the weekend promo selection
-- 7pm GMT: Fists of Jade -- Piranjade’s take on classic Ultima Underworld - unarmed!
-- 9pm GMT: Wild Card -- A random game from the GOG.com catalogue appears!
-- 11pm GMT: Wild Card -- A random game from the GOG.com catalogue appears!

Twitch.tv/GOGcom is a one-of-a-kind variety channel with great games, classic and new, streamed daily by passionate gamers of the GOG.com community, game devs, guest stars, and even GOG.com staff. Join us for the stream and follow the channel for many, many more!

Want to take control? That’s great! Use our Viewer&rsquo;s Choice thread to select what games of your choosing appear on stream!

Want to see more *now*? Check out our Twitch.tv/GOGcom video archive!
Post edited September 28, 2015 by Ciris
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ussnorway: there is code to block right click and its only designed to be used on Internet explorer i.e, they did it by design
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HunchBluntley: Hmm, that's shitty. Hopefully there's some alternative site the team can migrate the schedule to in the future -- in my opinion, it's not much good if basic features are broken for everyone not using a certain browser.
Strange, I also use Firefox and it works for me.
But we're looking into moving the schedule anyway. so stay tuned!
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HunchBluntley: Hmm, that's shitty. Hopefully there's some alternative site the team can migrate the schedule to in the future -- in my opinion, it's not much good if basic features are broken for everyone not using a certain browser.
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Piranjade: Strange, I also use Firefox and it works for me.
But we're looking into moving the schedule anyway. so stay tuned!
Even in "List" view? Because that is (or was) the default view, and the only one I used until recently; and that, for some reason, is the only one that has the problem with the schedule being unable to be scrolled.

It's probably a good thing that you guys are looking into a new venue for the public schedule. Not like it affects me much, since I mostly just watch the VODs anyway, but it's still annoying.
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HunchBluntley: Any other Firefox users been having problems with the official GOGcom Twitch schedule on Teamup? For the last couple months, the view when using the default date range (one week) doesn't scroll down with the scroll wheel, and there's no scroll bar; the arrow keys and PgUp/PgDn don't do anything, either. I can work around this by just changing the date range to "One day", but it's still irksome.
Works for me in Windows 7/x86_64 using Firefox 64bit, and in CentOS 6 and 7 also 64bit. I'm able to scroll up and down with the scroll wheel as well as the keyboard arrow keys and page up/down. Are you using browser plugins that might interfere with the operation of the website perhaps? I'm using NoScript and RequestPolicyContinued here and have allowed all necessary subresources/scripts through and don't appear to have any noticeable problems with the site.

As someone else mentioned above though, they appear to have hijacked right-click context sensitive menus and replaced them with their own webapp version.

I don't notice any problems you describe using Firefox however.
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Piranjade: Strange, I also use Firefox and it works for me.
But we're looking into moving the schedule anyway. so stay tuned!
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HunchBluntley: Even in "List" view? Because that is (or was) the default view, and the only one I used until recently; and that, for some reason, is the only one that has the problem with the schedule being unable to be scrolled.
Yep, even in List view.
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HunchBluntley: Any other Firefox users been having problems with the official GOGcom Twitch schedule on Teamup? For the last couple months, the view when using the default date range (one week) doesn't scroll down with the scroll wheel, and there's no scroll bar; the arrow keys and PgUp/PgDn don't do anything, either. I can work around this by just changing the date range to "One day", but it's still irksome.
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skeletonbow: Works for me in Windows 7/x86_64 using Firefox 64bit, and in CentOS 6 and 7 also 64bit. I'm able to scroll up and down with the scroll wheel as well as the keyboard arrow keys and page up/down. Are you using browser plugins that might interfere with the operation of the website perhaps? I'm using NoScript and RequestPolicyContinued here and have allowed all necessary subresources/scripts through and don't appear to have any noticeable problems with the site.

As someone else mentioned above though, they appear to have hijacked right-click context sensitive menus and replaced them with their own webapp version.

I don't notice any problems you describe using Firefox however.
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HunchBluntley: Even in "List" view? Because that is (or was) the default view, and the only one I used until recently; and that, for some reason, is the only one that has the problem with the schedule being unable to be scrolled.
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Piranjade: Yep, even in List view.
That is weird. I can't imagine any of my extensions being the culprit, since I haven't added any new ones in months (screenshot below is still up to date), and NoScript shouldn't have anything to do with it, either, since Google Analytics is the only external domain that the page uses (and allowing that makes no difference). I also disabled AdBlock & reloaded, just in case there was some element being blocked that shouldn't have been, but that doesn't help, either.
Maybe if I remember after work, I'll try restarting Firefox with all add-ons disabled, just to see if it "fixes" the issue. I never bothered before, because it really is minor to work around and, as I said, I don't really need to use the schedule, since I mostly watch streams after the fact, but now I'm curious.
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HunchBluntley: That is weird. I can't imagine any of my extensions being the culprit, since I haven't added any new ones in months (screenshot below is still up to date), and NoScript shouldn't have anything to do with it, either, since Google Analytics is the only external domain that the page uses (and allowing that makes no difference). I also disabled AdBlock & reloaded, just in case there was some element being blocked that shouldn't have been, but that doesn't help, either.
Maybe if I remember after work, I'll try restarting Firefox with all add-ons disabled, just to see if it "fixes" the issue. I never bothered before, because it really is minor to work around and, as I said, I don't really need to use the schedule, since I mostly watch streams after the fact, but now I'm curious.
I've got about 50 addons installed including NoScript and it's working ok. On a completely different side note however, I notice you're using AdBlock Plus, which is known for using high amount of CPU/RAM resourceses and isn't optimized. It is a common source of browser instability. There is another ad blocker which uses the exact same ad block subscription lists as ABP, but is designed from the ground up to be low on resource usage and highly stable called uBlock Origin that you might want to check out as an alternative to ABP. Once I switched to uBlock Origin a crap load of instability problems went away for me. Not likely related to your problem but whenever I see someone using ABP I feel compelled to share the better ad blocker with them. :)

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/?src=search
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skeletonbow: Works for me in Windows 7/x86_64 using Firefox 64bit, and in CentOS 6 and 7 also 64bit. I'm able to scroll up and down with the scroll wheel as well as the keyboard arrow keys and page up/down. Are you using browser plugins that might interfere with the operation of the website perhaps? I'm using NoScript and RequestPolicyContinued here and have allowed all necessary subresources/scripts through and don't appear to have any noticeable problems with the site.

As someone else mentioned above though, they appear to have hijacked right-click context sensitive menus and replaced them with their own webapp version.

I don't notice any problems you describe using Firefox however.
Friggin' weird. Restarted the browser in safe mode, and there's still no scroll bar/scrolling capability in list view on that page. Firefox 53.0 32-bit -- which is a bit weird, since I could have sworn that I had the 64-bit version installed. But unless this has something to do with that, I'm out of ideas. (Not that I had many to begin with...)

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skeletonbow: I've got about 50 addons installed including NoScript and it's working ok. On a completely different side note however, I notice you're using AdBlock Plus, which is known for using high amount of CPU/RAM resourceses and isn't optimized. It is a common source of browser instability. There is another ad blocker which uses the exact same ad block subscription lists as ABP, but is designed from the ground up to be low on resource usage and highly stable called uBlock Origin that you might want to check out as an alternative to ABP. Once I switched to uBlock Origin a crap load of instability problems went away for me. Not likely related to your problem but whenever I see someone using ABP I feel compelled to share the better ad blocker with them. :)

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/?src=search
I was aware of uBlock, but thanks. (Also good to know about it using the same subscriptions.) :)
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Post edited April 25, 2017 by HunchBluntley
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HunchBluntley: Friggin' weird. Restarted the browser in safe mode, and there's still no scroll bar/scrolling capability in list view on that page. Firefox 53.0 32-bit -- which is a bit weird, since I could have sworn that I had the 64-bit version installed. But unless this has something to do with that, I'm out of ideas. (Not that I had many to begin with...)

I was aware of uBlock, but thanks. (Also good to know about it using the same subscriptions.) :)
Do you have any of the Firefox built-in tracker blocker or similar functionality enabled? Someone else was having problems on another website tonight in a chat room and he had the privacy features cranked up in the browser and they were interfering with proper operation of the given website.
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skeletonbow: Do you have any of the Firefox built-in tracker blocker or similar functionality enabled? Someone else was having problems on another website tonight in a chat room and he had the privacy features cranked up in the browser and they were interfering with proper operation of the given website.
Just the default setting for Do Not Track, which is basically "enabled in Private Browsing [which I don't normally browse in], but mostly disabled otherwise".
Post edited April 25, 2017 by HunchBluntley
I enjoyed watching Poland becoming great again - even though it didn't go exactly to the plan

Perhaps a better starting country like new Zealand or Ukraine next time?
@outstar, did you post the same regalia twice or is there some difference?

nice looking game anyway so thanks for giving us a real look at it.
What timezone is the teamup calendar on? is it also GMT? or does it conver to our local timezone

thanks in advance
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madman587587: What timezone is the teamup calendar on? is it also GMT? or does it conver to our local timezone

thanks in advance
It should autodetect your local timezone. if you want to check, it should display what zone it's using on the bottom right of the page (and you can click that text to change it, if necessary).
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madman587587: What timezone is the teamup calendar on? is it also GMT? or does it conver to our local timezone

thanks in advance
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HunchBluntley: It should autodetect your local timezone. if you want to check, it should display what zone it's using on the bottom right of the page (and you can click that text to change it, if necessary).
Hmmm, I don't have any time display on the lower right of my screen. Either on the page or the stream window.

This is linked to from the description: http://j.mp/streaming_schedule

But again, it doesn't state if it's my time, their time or something else. Looking at the url you wind up on, I didn't see anything in that either that shows if times are being changed for the viewer.

edit: Just for reference, I:m looking at someone named Zembar.
Post edited September 17, 2017 by drmike
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HunchBluntley: It should autodetect your local timezone. if you want to check, it should display what zone it's using on the bottom right of the page (and you can click that text to change it, if necessary).
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drmike: Hmmm, I don't have any time display on the lower right of my screen. Either on the page or the stream window.

This is linked to from the description: http://j.mp/streaming_schedule

But again, it doesn't state if it's my time, their time or something else. Looking at the url you wind up on, I didn't see anything in that either that shows if times are being changed for the viewer.

edit: Just for reference, I:m looking at someone named Zembar.
We weren't talking about Twitch itself. The GOGcom channel's calendar is on the Teamup.com page that that j.mp link redirects to; that's where you'll find the timezone displayed on the lower right, just to the left of where it says "Powered by [calendar logo] teamup".
I don't know that there's any timekeeping/timezone functions on Twitch; unless someone chooses to display a clock onscreen during their stream, you're on your own there. (I recommend using this site -- a page like this:
https://www.timeanddate.com/time/map/
...or this:
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/
...for example -- to help determine what the current local time is where.)
Post edited September 19, 2017 by HunchBluntley