Good Old Games celebrates one year anniversary

Written by Joe Martin

September 2, 2009 | 15:46

Tags: #free

Companies: #gog #gogcom #good-old-games #interplay

Good Old Games is celebrating it's one year anniversary today, having launched in September 2008 with just two publishers and some 40 games on sale in it's virtual storefront - and they've announced a special deal to help commemorate the event.

Since September 2008 the site has grown to include almost 30 publishers and offer nearly 140 classic PC titles, all of which are available for a low price and come with no DRM or malware included. It's just the old games, tweaked to run on all modern operation systems, but otherwise exactly as you remember them.

To celebrate the continued success of the company, GOG is now offering a Buy One Get One Free offer on all Interplay titles, which will run until September 7th and includes the early Fallout series - meaning you could grab Fallout 1 and Fallout 2 for less than the cost of a sandwich. If you haven't played them yet then we highly recommend them.

Looking back at the first year, I think we can say it's been a really successful time for us – we’ve added lots of great publishing partners and amazing games. But we couldn't have achieved any of that success without our fans, who support us in so many ways. We decided to say thank you to our fans and run this promo,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com.

Good Old Games has gone from strength to strength in the last year and now offers a bunch of awesome games, from Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition and Rise of the Triad to Beyond a Steel Sky and Fallout Tactics. Check out the available catalogue at the official site and then let us know your thoughts in the forums.
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