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GOG.com DRM-Free Time Machine Sale

GOG.com announces the launch of their promised "DRM-Free Time Machine Sale," offering "great games at great prices from 30 years of gaming history." They have a trailer promoting the promotion, which will offer "30 excellent titles selected from the years 1983-2013, available up to 90% off." They note that purchasing every game over the course of the sale will set someone back less than $65.00. Here's how this works:

There's more than just buying games incredibly cheap to our DRM-Free Time Machine Sale! We're ready to pass its steering wheel (or rather the control console) to YOU. Each game in the sale is offered for a limited time only, and how long we stay in its year is up to you! Each time you see a new game on sale you can vote to either add or subtract 1 second from the timer. Each time you buy a game, you add 3 seconds to the time of it being on sale. We begin with 1983's Zork, bundled with the rest of the Zork Anthology of 6 games in total, for only $1.79. How long will it last on the front page? You'll be the judge. What comes next, as the game of 1984? Let's find out!

Let's take a trip in GOG.com's DRM-Free Time Machine Sale! 30 great games from 1983-2013 will be available up to 90% off, and you get to decide how long each game is on sale. Ready? The technomagical gateway to 1983 opens NOW!

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