Dungeon Keeper Free for 48 Hours at GOG.com
GOG.com has a Valentine’s Day gift for PC gamers: a free copy of Peter Molyneux’s 1997 strategy classic, Dungeon Keeper. How romantic!
More accurately, it’s Dungeon Keeper Gold, which includes the core game as well as the Deeper Dungeons expansion and a game editor to create challenges of your own.
It’s yours free at GOG.com for the next 48 hours, and if you already have a copy in your Good Old Games library, GOG.com will give you a free gift-code so you can share the love. GOG even created this bawdy Valentine’s Day card to present to your sweetheart:
While you’re at GOG.com getting your free game, be sure to browse their other major promos. Thirty-one multiplayer games are now 90% off while 10 D&D classics are 80% off. Of note among those bundles: Trine is $1 and Trine 2 is $4, so you can grab both for $5. In comparison: Trine 2 alone is currently $20 on Steam. That’s a flippin’ fantastic deal, GOG.com.
Oh, and if you want to throw roses at GOG.com’s feet for showing EA what a jerk it is by shipping (the admittedly awful) Dungeon Keeper Mobile, know that EA had to greenlight this promotion. So they’re giving you a free copy of Dungeon Keeper along with GOG.com.