Videogames, PC, Market

Even more Good Old Games

Back in September 2008, I wrote about a new company called Good Old Games. They sell old games, DRM free, which is especially cool. This has become a very lucrative business. Last year, GoG started with only a few games, two of which were Freespace and Fallout. Today, is a great day for GoG, as it added Myst and Creature to it’s catalog. I’m not a big fan of either, but these are pretty heavy weights.

In honor of a late 1-year anniversary, I decided to high lite a couple of the cool finds on GoG.

  • Might and Magic 1-6
  • Heroes of Might and Magic 3 Complete
  • Duke Nukem 3D
  • FreeSpace 1 and 2
  • Canon Fodder
  • Beyond Good and Evil
  • Unreal Tournament 2004
  • and so many more …

Another good place for classic games is Steam, which has a pretty impressive game catalog. I’ll talk about it more in another post. Just be careful, Steam uses some pretty powerful DRM.

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About Alex Denault

Veteran software developer / sysadmin and holds a PhD in Computer Science. Avid computer enthusiast (geek) who has been dabbling with technology ever since his Dad brought home an 8086 computer.
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