(4 July 2013) -- GOG.com has decided to give gamers one more chance to take advantage of their daring daily bundles: all the bundles featured during the two-week long 2013 #NoDRM Summer Sale are available for gamers once again, all at once, for 24 hours. GOG.com offers a happy Indie-pendence Day to American gamers--and gamers around the world-- with the 2013 #NoDRM Summer Sale Finale, which runs from 4 July 2013 13:00 pm GMT (that’s 14:00 London, 09:00 NYC, and 06:00 LA) until 12.59 pm GMT the following day.
The DRM-free Digital Distributor will give gamers the last chance this summer to choose from over 150 games--both timeless classics and brand new indies--at up to 85% off. Among the available games there will be plenty of acclaimed, award-winning titles like the ultimate 8-bit(ish) criminal sandbox Retro City Rampage (66% off, for $4.99), psychological action thriller Alan Wake with Alan Wake: American Nightmare spin-off (80% off, for $8.98), RPG Game of The Year 2011 dark fantasy masterpiece The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (70% off, for $5.99), and all the Golden Age Bullfrog classics: Dungeon Keeper 1&2, Theme Hospital, Magic Carpet 1&2, Populous 1,2,3, Syndicate, Syndicate Wars-- (all 75% off).
The Summer Sale madness does not mean, however, that GOG.com has not been releasing brand new games. The DRM-free digital distributor's recent lineup of premieres includes Rogue Legacy, a genealogical rogue-lite platformer, and Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded, the modern remake of the original naughty adventure. GOG.com has also launched pre-orders for the new incarnation of the over-the-top gore-fest shooter Rise of The Triad, adding in 3 free classic Apogee titles: the classic Rise of the Triad: Dark War, Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, and Blake Stone: Planet Strike.
GOG.com is the ultimate destination for downloadable DRM-free PC games. The site offers gamers some of the greatest PC games of all time for a low price and free from copy protection. GOG.com is much more than just another digital distribution site, featuring an extensive community component that allows players to rate, review and discuss their favorite PC games, as well as insightful articles from respected game journalists. Visit www.gog.com and start your exploration of the best that gaming has to offer.