Project Eternity Coming to GOG, To The Moon Price Slashed Today
If you like DRM-free games, you’re going to be happy with GOG.com today.
First up, To The Moon, the story driven, 16-bit-ish adventure title that’s great if you love good writing and great music, is seeing a big discount over at GOG today — 60 percent off, to be precise, to bring the price down to $3.99. At that rate, there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t at least check the game out to see a prime example of what a great storytelling medium games can be. Plus, you’ll get the version without any pesky DRM. Hit this link to check it out.
Meanwhile, Obisidan’s recently announced Project Eternity — that thing the developer is kickstarting and which was funded in roughly 24 hours to the tune of $1.1 million — is going to be on GOG.com, too, according to a deal made…on Twitter.
An exchange between @Obsidian and @GOGcom had roughly this effect: When Project Eternity launches, it’ll be on GOG, and it’ll be DRM-free. Plus, if you back the game on Kickstarter, you’ll be entitled to the DRM-less version. That Kickstarter campaign is right here.
Man, look at all this non-DRMy goodness.