Magrunner: Dark Pulse Free Today on GOG.com

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

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Magrunner: Dark Pulse

The GOG.com 2014 DRM-Free Summer Sale is in full swing, with a number bundles and individual games going on sale. However, today features one more great deal. Magrunner: Dark Pulse, a first-person action-puzzle game, will be available free from now until June 19th at 12:59 PM GMT.

Magrunner: Dark Pulse was released last year for the PS3 (PSN), Xbox 360 (Xbox Live Arcade), and Windows PCs. It is described as a cyberpunk reimagining of H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. While reactions to the game were somewhat mixed, it was generally received well.

To get the game, go to GOG.com’s home page and click on the Magrunner: Dark Pulse banner near the top. After GOG processes the request, the game will show up in your account.

Also, be sure to check out today’s deals, as many bundles are available at heavily discounted prices.


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GOG.com Summer Sale levels up!: “Magrunner: Dark Pulse” for FREE for 24-hours, 30 game bundles, Flash Deal Extravaganza!

One of the most overlooked gems of 2013, “Magrunner: Dark Pulse”, is available for the unbeatable price of FREE on GOG.com until June 19 2014 at 12:59 [PM], as their Summer Sale shifts into high gear. The DRM-Free game store cranks it up to 11, hitting gamers with 30 sweet bundle deals at a time and an endless tide of irresistible Flash Sales.

If there’s any gaming store bold (or crazy) enough to make Cthulhu their unofficial Summer Sale mascot, it must be GOG.com! Magrunner: Dark Pulse, a stunning first-person physics-based puzzle game is available for free, for 24 hours, until June 19 12:59PM GMT. Following a seemingly-crazy, but not unlikely storyline in which a Social Network company grows to be a global mega-corporation, goes into scientific research field, accidentally summons the Great Old Ones, this phenomenal title answers the question: “what would happen if H.P. Lovecraft was thinking with portals”. GOG.com and Frogwares made sure the stars are aligned, and are ready to take all gamers on this incredible trip for the price of $0.00.

To match the epic proportions of this Great Old Giveaway, GOG.com has prepared 30 excellent bundle deals on some of the greatest classic and indie titles in their catalog. All of them will be available simultaneously, up to 90% off, for 24 hours until June 19 12:59PM GMT. To make things even more interesting, the store will also offer 30 Flash Deals at any given moment, with new offers coming to replace the ending ones every hour.

Get Magrunner: Dark Pulse for FREE, pick and choose out of 30 Game Bundles up to 90% off, and fish out your favorites from the rushing stream of Flash Deals, from Wednesday, June 18, at 1:00PM GMT until Thursday, June 19, at 12:59PM GMT, only on GOG.com!

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