There's actually some kind of anachronistic devilry at work here: GOG.com, believe it or not, has only been in open beta for about six months now. "In that time," said Managing Director Adam Oldakowski, "we've managed to sign 20 publishers and reach the 100-games milestone." It must be the nature of their business--the peddling of good old games, as it were--that makes it feels as though they've been around the block so many more times. I could've sworn that GOG.com was there in 1997 to help launch the Fallout
series. I'm pretty sure I'm right about that one.
Regardless of my time-mangling abilities (perceived or otherwise), GOG.com's 100th game comes in the form of a freebie
. Originally released in 1994 by CD Projekt family member, Metropolis Software, Teenagent
tells the point-and-click adventure of Mark Hopper, a boy kidnapped by two suits from the RGB agency. Lured by the promise that agents get all the chicks, dude
, Mark becomes the agency's saving grace as he cracks the case on a series of bank robberies.
joins Beneath a Steel Sky
and Lure of the Temptress
in GOG.com's steadily-growing collection of show-up-and-it's-free games.
GOG.com Celebrates 100-Game Milestone with a Freebie
Metropolis Software’s Point-and-Click Adventure Teenagent is the 100th Title Added to DRM-Free Site
Warsaw, Poland – March 31, 2009. GOG.com (http://www.gog.com), the ultimate digital distribution platform for DRM-free and cheap – or even free – classic PC games, is proud to announce the addition of yet another Good Old Game, bringing the total tally to a cool 100. Teenagent (http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/teenagent), a point-and-click adventure game from Polish developer and fellow CD Projekt family member, Metropolis Software, is now available for the low, low price of NOTHING, joining the two other free games already available at GOG.com, Beneath a Steel Sky and Lure of the Temptress from Revolution Software. Free. No moneys. Gratis.
"It's been less than six months since we started the open beta, and in that time we've managed to sign 20 publishers and reach the 100-games milestone," said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com. "We still have a lot more PC-gaming history to revive, but we’re thrilled that we’ve kept up our goal of releasing at least two new games each week. We’d like to reward our amazing fans with the free release of Teenagent, and we hope that you’ll all be with us when we hit 200, then 300 and beyond!"
If you haven't already checked out GOG.com, then head straight over there, create an account and download Teenagent for free and find out what all the kids are talking about!