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PSA: Escape Goat 2 goes on the loose today

Ne'er has a Goat faced an adventure so demanding, so puzzling, and of such extraordinary magnitude since... well, the first Escape Goat. MagicalTimeBean's Escape Goat 2 is the sequel to the 2011 puzzle-platformer, and it's breaking for freedom today on Windows PC, Mac and Linux via Steam, GOG and...

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GOG.com to bring classic games to Linux

GOG.com (aka Good Old Games) has announced plans to bring some portion of its catalogue of classic PC and Mac video games to the increasingly well-supported Linux platform. Though not immediately available, this morning's announcement claims that GOG will enter the Linux market at some point...

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Good Old Games retracts proposed regional pricing structure

Remember Good Old Games' plans to implement regional pricing for future titles? Well for the most part, that's not happening anymore - after extensive feedback from its userbase, GOG has reaffirmed its commitment to offer the same price to all of its customers. That means GOG users worldwide will...

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Pre-order Blackwell Epiphany for April 24, become a medium

Pre-orders are now available for Blackwell Epiphany, the finale of Wadjet Eye Games' adventure-driven Blackwell series due out on April 24. Aside from a DRM-free download of Blackwell Epiphany, pre-ordering will grant buyers a redeemable Steam key, access to exclusive videos featuring the game's...

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GOG holds two sales at the same time, for luck's sake

GOG has two sales live right now in celebration of St. Patrick's Day: The Luck of the Irish weeklong sale and a big weekend sale. The Luck of The Irish sale offers a build-your-own bundle of five games for up to 90 percent off, from a selection of 25 games including Alan Wake, Fez, Hotline Miami,...

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Explore and create music in the Tron-like world of Fract, out next month

Synaestheisa is a condition in which you experience one sense like sound through another pathway like sight, and it's a growing concept in video games, particularly through the art of visualizing music. More recent indie games like Audiosurf and Sound Shapes carry on the groundwork laid by...

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Point-and-click thriller Gods Will Be Watching stares down a June launch

Gods Will Be Watching is a dark, depressing and mentally taxing point-and-click adventure from Deconstructeam and Hotline Miami publisher Devolver Digital, due out in June for PC, Mac and Linux. Note that when we say "dark, depressing and mentally taxing," we mean it in the most fun way...

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GOG to use regional pricing for three upcoming games

Good Old Games has shared plans to implement regional pricing for three upcoming titles due in the "next couple of months." The DRM-free digital distribution service explained that the addition is part of efforts to get more preorder options and launch day releases from publishers, in contrast to...

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San Francisco beatnik crime hits Steam on March 11 in 1954: Alcatraz

1954: Alcatraz is a gritty, San Francisco-based point-and-click adventure about crime, doing time and the dark side of mid-century American perfection. It's due out for PC on March 11 for $20 on Steam and GOG, published by adventure game veteran Daedalic Entertainment and developed by Irresponsible...

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Roguish FPS Tower of Guns blows up Steam, GOG on March 4

Tower of Guns, a first-person shooter with randomized levels and roguelike elements, is due out for PC on March 4 via Steam, GOG and the game's website, at a 33 percent discount ($10). Developer Joe Mirabello formerly worked on the Amalur MMO at 38 Studios, before that company collapsed. When...

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