It seems that over the weekend Good Old Games
has closed up shop, citing that "GOG.com simply cannot remain in its current form" in a message on the site's homepage. You might remember them as the digital distribution site dedicated to selling older PC games fixed up to run on current versions of Windows, but without any DRM attached.
There's no actual confirmation for the closure given as yet, however over on their Twitter feed they're promising that they'll release more details about the closure shortly. Additionally, part of the statement on their homepage promises that people will be able to re-download their purchased games within the next week.
With the above comment about not remaining in it's current form, one wonders if they're bowing to pressure from Publishers/Distributors and are planning to re-launch the site with DRM measures in place instead? This is something that a comment made by them on Twitter a couple of days ago
could suggest as being the case: "Sometimes it's really hard being DRM-free... hard to keep things the way they are and keep management and publishers happy :(" promoted forum item