DRM-FREE DIGITAL DISTRIBUTOR SHOWCASES THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: TWO BRAND NEW INDIES AND AN IMMORTAL CLASSIC AVAILABLE AT GOG.COM
(16 May 2013) — GOG.com, the DRM-free home for the best PC games in history is proud to present brand new entries to its catalog: Reus, a creative reinvention of the god game genre; The Night of the Rabbit (pre-order), a 2D point-and-click adventure with storybook graphics; andAnvil of Dawn, a classic 90s dungeon crawler.
Reus is an inventive approach to the dusty genre of the god game: the player has four giants at his or her disposal, all ready to shape the planet, using an intricate system of symbiosis and upgrades, to make it habitable for nomadic tribes. However, as the little men grow in power, they can turn against their guardians. It is up to the player to steer them away from conflict, let them dominate the planet surface, or simply destroy their civilization and start from scratch. The game is available 10% off on GOG.com until May 23, 5:59 AM EDT as a special gift to everyone who picks up the game in its first week after release.
The Night of the Rabbit is a children’s storybook fable with a twist to it that transcends classic fairy-tale patterns, an adventure game full of magical locations and talking animals. The setting’s childlike wonder creates a compelling environment for an overarching narrative of challenging one’s fears and leaving the innocence of childhood behind. Until the release on May 27, the game is available for pre-order for only $19.99, with Deponia, an acclaimed adventure game from Deadalic Entertainment, added in for free.
Anvil of Dawn, this week’s major classic offering, is a treat for DOS-era RPG lovers. The game offers a vast world with plenty of monsters, old-school character customization, and a “learn by doing” skill system. Anvil of Dawn is available on GOG.com with an impressive collection of free goodies, including the nostalgia-inducing original soundtrack, for only $5.99.
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