Here's a little something animated maybe worth funding?
I just got a free game. :) Unfortunately for me I already have it, though fortunately for you that means I can give it away! The code's up for grabs below, and I'll leave you to figure out which site you can redeem it on. Hint: it's all about good old games.
Just a little time left now! No particular new deals in my humble opinion, but here's the link.
It's out! In beta! I just downloaded both the Mac and PC versions (I don't even have a Mac - at least not one modern enough to play this on but that's a different post entirely, but I downloaded it anyway because that's great) and a Linux version should be out soon! It made it! It's live! It's being developed and the full version will be out later, but if you weren't part of the Kickstart base (in which case you've paid your dues and been informed already) you can buy the BETA for just $4.
Here's a little video teaser... was what I was going to give you but how do you embed a Twitter video anyway? Here's a link to the site instead - and there's plenty more moving imagery there. Have a fun day!
GOG's got a new thing going on, creatively titled...
Though it's not that big a deal I did feel the free game was pretty cool:
Also don't miss the category bar, where you can actually sort things according to criteria I wish I'd had been able to sort games on all earlier some-waaay-bigger deals! This is my favorite:
...though I switched over to Action on a whim and found a 95% discount there! So note: the sorting does not seem to be automatic and by algorithm. Each category contains a selection of (I assume) manual picks, and a good selection at that (I bought nine titles) - some with heavy discounts if you like such things.
As it's becoming tradition I thought I'd make y'all aware! Here.
Honestly I'm getting a bit tired of games. There's just too many of them. Good ones especially, and no time to play all, which means less lure to buy. I remember when each game I bought felt like a special experience, but now my collection's more like a catalogue. There's less reward with surplus. More time to maintain; less time to experience. Just like it is with all the other stuff.
But hey: there's a new GOG campaign on the go so I thought I'd mention it anyway! Have a pinata if you haven't had enough digital candy yet.
I do like the idea. GOG. Keeping it creative.