GOG to include indie games


Good Old Games (GOG) is known for its DRM-free distribution of PC classics, but now the site is looking to expand. According to a company press release, new indie titles will be added to its catalog in an effort to get “bigger, fresher, and newer.”

Trine, The Whispered World, and Legend of Grimock are the first three titles to help push this movement forward. Trine and The Whispered World can be purchased right now, while Legend of Grimock is available for pre-order.

GOG has partnered with numerous indie developers, so many more releases will be coming in the future. Darwinia, Spacechem, and Machinarium have already been added to the “coming soon” section.

The official website has also undergone a bit of an overhaul, with new features being added. They include a revamped community wishlist, a better-organized My Account page, and a new optional downloader. Fans of the site should head over now to take a look.


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