One of the main reasons for GoG.com’s success is that it connected veteran gamers with classic games, revised to work on modern hardware and operating systems. And they did it DRM-free* and with great add-ons … all for a great price. To celebrate what they are calling 30 years of gaming, they are
*DRM stands for ‘digital rights management’. Methods of DRM include CD key codes you have to enter, needing the disk in the drive to play, code wheels (from the 80s and early 90s), online activations and check-ins, Steam, Origin, UPlay, Games for Windows Live, and so on. GoG.com gives you the installer … it is yours to install on any system that will run the game, forever and with no limits.
As noted before GoG.com has just celebrated their own 5th anniversary, and is now celebrating the 30th anniversary of the oldest games in their catalog, and will be offering 30 classics at incredible discounts, wth prices as low as $0.59! So hop on board as
GOG.com’s custom-made time machine is ready to take you back to some of gaming’s proudest moments. Kicking off in 1983, the DRM-free Time Machine Sale will make true classics
available one a time, with gamers given the ability to extend or shorten the amount of time for each deal. The promo will end when time-space continuum snaps back to 2014 at the end of the sale–whenever the wibbly-wobbly, gamey-wamey distortions end.
The DRM-free Time Machine will let gamers travel back to premium destinations. Fans of chills, thrills, and the darker side of the human mind should enjoy Amnesia: The Dark Descent (90% off, $1.99; 2010) while the cRPG crowd will definitely appreciate the ridiculous size and engrossing storyline of Wizardry 6 and 7 (75% off, $1.49; 1990). More action-oriented gamers with a taste for cheesy one-liners will spend long hours with Serious Sam: The First Encounter (90% off, $0.59; 2002)–and 28 more games as yet un-revealed!
Here is their video intro: