Sam & Max Games on GOG.com Sale

Friday, January 10th, 2014

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This weekend’s sale at GOG.com brings back some Telltale classics. The ends January 14, 4:59 GMT. It includes:

  • The Whispered World, $1.49
  • Tales of Monkey Island, $5.24
  • Deponia, $2.99
  • Deponia 2: Chaos on Deponia, $9.99
  • Deponia 3: Goodbye Deponia, $13.39
  • The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav, $2.99
  • Memoria, $9.99
  • A New Beginning – Final Cut, $1.49
  • Gomo, $5.35
  • The Night of the Rabbit, $9.99
  • Edna and Harvey: The Breakout + Harvey’s New Eyes, $2.99
  • Sam & Max Save the World, $4.49
  • Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space, $4.49
  • Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse, $5.24
  • Back to the Future The Game, $3.75
  • Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Adventures, $2.99

With no high-speed internet, DRM-free is really handy. I like GOG.com, but I have most of the games on this list, so I won’t be participating in this sale. Of particular interest are the Sam & Max games from Telltale. I’ve already said my piece about the first one (and plan to review the others too), but I did mention that the games are not worth $30. Well, now’s a good time to pick them up. $4.49’s a perfect price for these games. Actually, all of Telltale’s games are worth playing. I can’t image that Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Adventures (the most maligned of the bunch) is so bad that it’s not worth $3.

Click here to go straight to the sale’s webpage.

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