Get Broken Sword 1 for Free at

Warsaw, Poland. September 28. (, the digital distribution platform that preserves from extinction the long lost gaming gems of PC history, is offering Broken Sword: Shadow of The Templars Director’s Cut for free for 48 hours thanks to its creator Sir Charles Cecil from Revolution Software. This time-limited offer has been launched to celebrate achieving by the 6 million unique games downloaded milestone.

Last week, during CD Projekt Fall 2011 Conference, GOG team launched a counter on their main page which indicated the number of unique games downloaded from the service. Today that counter hit 6 million unique game downloads, and to celebrate this fact and to thank its users,, together with Revolution Software, is lowering the price for first part of the acclaimed Broken Sword series to “free”! In order to receive the free copy of Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars free, visitors must create a free account on or log into their already-existing account and add the award-winning adventure game to their shopping cart (the price is listed as “free” for the duration of this offer) and then click on “download now”, at which point the game will be added to their game shelf. In addition to that, the user who downloaded the 6 millionth unique game received the full catalogue totally for free!

The special offer is valid until October 1 at 7:59 a.m. EDT (11:59 a.m. GMT), so be sure to visit and don’t forget to share the news with all your friends!

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