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Fancy winning one of 350 games, including Night in the Woods?
Last week, GOG kicked off its Summer Sale in full, offering thousands of discounts with up to 90 per cent off, and even asked us to pick a bunch of our top choices for our very own collection, which was nice – and a lovely excuse to mention Bioforge again.
The Summer Sale finishes up this weekend, so GOG’s gone and given us a big batch of 350 game keys to give away to you dear readers as a thank you for making the whole thing a bit of a success. All you’ve got to do is follow the instructions on the widget below and you’re good to go.
The games themselves will be randomly selected from an assortment that featured in the GOG Summer Sale range. There are ten copies of the truly wonderful Night in the Woods up for grabs amongst the titles on offer, while some of the others featured include To The Moon, System Shock 2, The Witcher series, Into The Breach, Grim Fandango Remastered, Cook, Serve, Delicious 2, Absolver, Hotline Miami 1 and 2, Reigns, Ruiner, Soma, The Witness and a whole bunch more.
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