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Winter Sale finale is here! It's your last chance to grab over 2500 great gaming deals up to 95% off, awesome completion bundles, and an outstanding giveaway as the cherry on top of a delicious New Year’s cake!

Check out the main page of GOG.COM right now and claim a free copy of Tower of Time, a unique real-time tactical RPG set in the fantasy world of Artara. The game offers over 50 hours of adventure-packed gameplay and a rich, breathtaking story. This giveaway lasts until January 1st, 2020, at 2 PM UTC.

Embark on a monster-slaying adventure with Geralt of Rivia with our brand new The Witcher Universe Collection - get the best deal when you complete your collection or buy all five Witcher games for only 26.99 USD / 26.99 EUR / 19.99 GBP. You can also grab and enjoy selected titles like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - GOTY Edition (-70%) and Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales (-50%).

Of course, that’s just the beginning! This year’s Winter Sale is overflowing with discounts up to -95%. Make sure to look out for cool new and classic titles like Disco Elysium (-20%), Cuphead (-30%), Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines (-50%), Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition (-70%), and Blade Runner (-10%).

There’s still a chance to grab the Paradox Strategy Bundle, as well. The bundle will grant you an additional 25% off discount after completing a collection of five games released by Paradox Interactive: Age of Wonders: Planetfall (-33%), Imperator: Rome (-33%), Surviving Mars (-66%), BATTLETECH (-66%), and Stellaris (-75%).

We also have a treat for everyone who wants to discover the year’s best indie games! Thanks to the 2019 Indie Gems Bundle, you can unlock an additional 25% off discount if you buy at least five titles from the bundle that includes titles like Dawn of Man (-25%), Deliver us the Moon (-20%), Foundation (-20%), Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones (-20%), Indivisible (-25%), Pathway (-40%), and more.

With over 2500 gaming deals during this Winter Sale, everyone can find titles that will bring loads of fun into the upcoming year. Games like: Diablo + Hellfire (-15%), Warcraft I & II Bundle (-15%), Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition (-45%), No Man's Sky (-50%), GRIS (-50%), Frostpunk (-60%), Outward (-60%), Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (-66%), The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind GOTY Edition (-70%), Heroes of Might and Magic 3: Complete (-75%), and more are yours to enjoy.

The Winter Sale lasts until January 2nd, 2020, at 2 PM UTC. The Witcher Universe Collection is available until January 5th, 2020, at 2 PM UTC.
Nice freebie. Thanks, GOG.

While I was curious about this one I'm usually not that wild about real-time RPGs (with or without pause), so at least now I'll be able to give it a go at no charge. :)
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Nice! Thanks for the freebie, gog and Event Horizon!
Thanks for Tower of Time
What a nice surprise! Thanks a ton.
Have a Happy New Year everybody!
Thanks for the freebie, GOG. Happy New Year!
Weirdly, the Tower of Time freebie is not showing up for me. If I click the header on the top of the page, it scrolls down a bit and that is it. No possibility to claim the game. Not on my PC, not on my cell or my tablet. Any ideas? I haven't blocked anything on the page and so far never had issues claiming freebies. Any help is appreciated.

[EDIT] Of course it would work the second I post this... disregard, please.
Post edited December 30, 2019 by DorkfishFlokie
Impressive. Most impressive.

Much obliged, and Happy New Year to GOG as well as all the GOG-ers,
Thank you for the freebie and a Happy New Year to the GOG team.
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Thanks again for the free game, Event Horizon and gog.
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Thanks you for the free game, Event Horizon and
Didn't expect yet another freebie now. And one I was somewhat curious about too, so that's nice.

But... Didn't Tower of Time use to be 32-bit, or have a 32-bit version at least? The posts about crashes if the 64-bit version of a certain codec (and software from Nikon) is installed, because it overrides defaults and won't play 32-bit stuff, would seem to indicate so, and I hadn't marked it as impossible to even try on this computer when it was launched, but installer says 64-bit now, and so do the requirements. Did it change at some point?
Thank you very much for Tower of Time and a Happy and safe New Year to all at Gog.
Thank you Gog for the freebie and Happy New Year:)
Thank you for the free game! I wasn't actually going to buy anything on the sale, but after this picked up Necrodancer and Ember.
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What a fantastic way to end the party! Thank you for the surprise gift, GOG!