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Also in the final day of its Summer Sale promotion, DRM-free purveyor of both classic and contemporary games GOG.com has brought back all of the bundles featured over the course of the promotion, for one last hurrah:
GOG.com are giving gamers one more chance to take advantage of their Summer Sale daily bundle deals: all the bundles featured throughout the over two-week long Summer Sale are available for gamers once again, all at once, for 24 hours. GOG.com's Summer Sale Finale, which runs from June 29 13:00 PM GMT until 12.59 PM GMT the following day.

Among many others, the deals include classic RPG's offering from Hasbro (up to 80% off) with games like Planescape: Torment and Baldur's Gate 2, Indie Action Platformer bundle (up to 85% off) featuring titles like Dust: An Elysian Tail and Guacamelee! Gold Edition, Ubisoft's classics like the Rayman pack (up to 75% off) including the acclaimed Rayman Origins, and many others. GOG.com also gives the gamers another shot at winning some free games, as their Flash Video Contests make a 24-hour comeback.
13:00 GMT equates to 10pm tonight (Monday June 30) here in Easteran Australia, so you have all day to stock up on copy protection free PC games at GOG.com.



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