GOG.com Rolls Out Crazy Deals for Pinball Wizards
Good Old Games is setting pinball lovers up for an exciting weekend. All classic pinball titles are on sale for 20% off until July 6th 11:59 pm EST. That means you can grab Pro Pinball Big Race USA, Pro Pinball Fantastic Journey, Pro Pinball Timeshock and Pure Pinball 2 Redux for $4.79 each. As always, all of GOG.com games are guaranteed Windows XP and Vista compatible and DRM free.
You’ll also find deals on the Ishar series and the Pandora Directive. GOG.com is proud to announce the oldest new addition to its classic catalog, Personal Nightmare. Get the details on these great titles after the break.
Crystals of Arborea and Ishar 3 added to Ishar Compilation – Silmarils/DotEmu – $5.99
It’s a great day to be an RPG fan! Starting right now our Ishar compilation is complete, featuring all four games of the series. And to make the news even better, the price remains the same – just $5.99! This also means that if you already purchased the Ishar 1+2 pack, now you can download all four games with no extra charge. Both games are first-person perspective role-playing games, letting you create a party and live out a solid storyline in a 3D fantasy world.
The Pandora Directive – 1996 – Access Software/Wordplay LLC – $9.99
The Pandora Directive is the fourth installment of the awesome Tex Murphy series. As can be expected from a game with such an acclaimed pedigree, you’ll find an involving story which is guaranteed to keep you glued to your chair, topped with some dark humor and well-designed puzzles. This time our favorite P.I. is hired by a man named Gordon Fitzpatrick to find his friend, Thomas Malloy. But, as always, there is more to this case than meets the eye…
Personal Nightmare – 1989 – Horrorsoft/Adventure Soft – $5.99
Where else but GOG.com are you going to get 20-year old games? Personal Nightmare is the oldest game in GOG’s catalog to date and the precursor to the acclaimed Elvira series. Personal Nightmare is a first-person-perspective adventure game from Horrorsoft, putting players in the shoes of a young man who returns to his home town to find his father, the local vicar, missing, and the town he grew up in much different – and more haunting – than he remembers.