GOG and Ziggurat Interactive celebrate classic gaming with 7 new DRM-free additions.
As there’s not much time left before the individual games’ discounts expire, here’s just a quick rundown of what these new entries offer.
Battle Engine Aquila, developed by Lost Toys Ltd and published in 2003, provides plenty of explosive fun, as one takes control of both ground and air combat vehicles, making for some still nice-looking sci-fi action.
Last Rites, developed by Ocean Software and published in 1997, brings back pixelated gore and horror in a FPS game that is all about shooting waves of the undead.
Les Manley in: Search For The King, developed by Accolade and published in 1990, is a classic point-and-clicker (but with a text parser as well) with the main lead trying to find Elvis Presley, while also trying to win the love of his dream girl.
Les Manley in: Lost in LA, developed by Accolade and published in 1991, is a pure point-and-click adventure game with some risqué humor that wouldn’t be out of place in a Leisure Suit Larry title, although this time, real actors and actresses are used for stills, in addition to some colorful pixel backgrounds and characters.
Machiavelli the Prince, developed by Holistic Design Inc. and published in 1995, is a management game set in the 15th century which lets the player experience politics and history in all its glory, death, and briberies.
Return of the Phantom, developed by MPS Labs and published in 1993, is another classic adventure game, but with a unique narrative twist, cooked up by James Bond novelist Raymond Benson, as one investigates the mystery and murders of the Phantom of the Opera in both the present and the past.
Text adventure game Timequest, developed by Legend Entertainment and published in 1991, goes even further back in time, as one travels through four continents and three thousand years of history in order to catch a criminal who jumps from one period to another.
All 7 titles, in addition to other games of the publisher, are currently part of the Ziggurat promo sale with discounts of up to 33%. It will end tomorrow, September 18, 2020, at 1 PM UTC.
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