GOG, the digital storefront known for its collection of retro games, is celebrating its 15th anniversary. To mark this milestone, GOG is hosting a storewide sale and giving away free copies of the 2013 point-and-click adventure game, The Night of the Rabbit.
To claim a free copy of The Night of the Rabbit, users simply need to log into GOG on a browser and scroll down to the game’s banner on the store’s homepage. The giveaway will run until September 25, while the sale will continue through October 2.
Before working on The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, German developer Daedalic specialized in creating heartfelt point-and-click adventures with stunning art styles. The Night of the Rabbit is one such adventure that captivated players with its artistry and style.
In addition to the free game, GOG is also offering some exciting deals during the sale. System Shock, developed by Nightdive, is available at a 25% discount for $30. Divinity: Original Sin 2, another popular game, is on sale at a 65% discount, costing only $15. Cyberpunk 2077, the highly anticipated game from CD Projekt, has its base game priced at $36 (40% off), and users can also purchase a bundle of the base game and expansion for $64 (20% off).
For many gamers, GOG holds a special place in their hearts. With its extensive library and focus on preserving classic PC games, GOG has become a go-to platform for those looking to experience or rekindle their love for retro gaming. Its success over the years is a testament to its commitment to the gaming community.
Personal experiences also contribute to GOG’s popularity. The author shares that one of their first purchases on GOG was a bundle of Baldur’s Gate 1 and 2, and they continue to be a loyal user of the platform. GOG has not only provided a diverse selection of games but has also served as a reliable and enjoyable platform for gamers.
As GOG celebrates its 15th anniversary, gamers have the opportunity to grab some great deals and enjoy a free game. Whether it’s reliving old classics or discovering new favorites, GOG continues to be a valuable platform for all types of gamers.