GOG kicks off sale to celebrate Polish games

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Everyone’s favourite DRM-free game store, GOG, has just started a sale that celebrates its country and the titles made there.

The Made in Poland sale went live a few hours ago and there’s a tonne of great deals to be had.

Aside from getting games for cheap, it’s a real eye opener when it comes to learning about titles that are Polish.

Of course there’s the obvious one from GOG’s sister company in The Witcher series, but there’s some surprises like Butcher and Superhot – games we’ve played but never looked into long enough to learn about their origins.

We’ve rounded up a few titles below based on our own experiences with them and their low prices, but you should click around the sale to find something you like.

One title we only recently learned about is the bombastic NecroVision thanks to the review from Mandalore Gaming. From that you will learn that it’s a game with a lot of problems, but for just $1.24 it’s worth taking a look at.

If that or any of our other choices here aren’t for you, Cheap Gamer recently put out a great list of free titles that are also available on GOG, so give that a look if you want some zero-cost fun.

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.