Good Old Games has just announced it’s special Summer “Staycation” Promo with Interplay. From today and untill July 4th, everyone will be able to purchase all of Interplay’s games at half the price. GOG features 32 games from Interplay, including Fallout 1 and 2, Freespace 2, Earthworm Jim 1 and 2, Shogo: Mobile Armor Division and the MDK series.
According to the press release, a ‘Staycation’ is a vacation where you stay at home to save money:
Now you can save money on your vacation and still have tons of fun visiting exotic locales—digitally! Even if you’re not looking to save cash on your summer vacation, there are still reasons why you should keep indoors, on your PC, and enjoy some classics. Vacations can be expensive (and dangerous!) so why put yourself through all the hassle of a destination vacation when you can have a similar experience for much less with GOG.com?
Everyone will find something that will satisfy their needs. For the adventure tourism enthusiast who loves survivor-style vacations there are a few options such as visiting the post-apocalyptic world in Fallout 1, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics for $2.99 each? And how about repelling alien invasion in scenic Appalachian mountains of USA in Redneck Rampage Collection or traveling the world as an extraordinary janitor in MDK 1 and MDK 2 for only $2.99 each? If you’re looking for even more extreme experiences you should take control over gigantic robots in Shogo: Mobile Armor Division and Shattered Steel or try the ultimate in destination tourism by flying around space in Freespace and Descent, each will cost you only $2.99!
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