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GOG's Mutator means monster savings & mystery games

Author:
Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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PC games

GOG's Mutator means monster savings & mystery games

GOG are running a superb one-day promotion that slashes the prices of a huge amount of quality software. The Mutator Sale allows you to pay an extra £1.29 to receive a random extra game for every three you pick, which could be anything on this list.

It's a fun gimmick, but the raw savings aren't messing around. Shadowrun Returns and the surprisingly excellent Aarklash: Legacy are £2.49 apiece. Trine 2 Complete, Driftmoon, Project Eden, classic Divinity games and Dust: An Elysian Tail are all under £2!

Well worth a look for thrifty PC gamers and retro fans alike. Thanks to jaystan @ HUKD!

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TungstenShark  Oct. 9, 2014 at 16:04

Two points -

First if you have to pay an extra £1.29 to get a free game, then it's not a free game, is a game that's cost you £1.29 :)

Second, it's not totally random. If you have a look at this Page on the GOG forum it shows what games people are getting in the promotion. So far there are 21 games listed for day 2.

Last edited by TungstenShark, Oct. 9, 2014 at 16:05
JonLester  Oct. 9, 2014 at 16:14

@TungstenShark: That is, as they say, my bad. :{ "Free" should have read "extra" (typo), but yes, I didn't quite appreciate that the mutator was limited to a stock pool.

Updated and many thanks! X)

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