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Brave the Darkest Depths of This Post for a Copy of Legend of Grimrock

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The nice folks at GOG.com were so excited to Almost human's Legend of Grimrock in our PC Indie Spotlight they spontaneously expelled 15 codes for the full game. I'm not touching them. I don't know where they've been.

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As you may or may not have heard, the digital distribution platform formerly known as Good Old Games is now simply GOG.com, reflecting the change from carrying good games to only bad ones.

Oh wait, I read that wrong. Now they carry new games as well as old ones, so Good Old doesn't quite fit anymore.

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That's quite fortunate for you folks, as that means they'll have plenty of virtual copies of Legend of Grimrock to go around come April 11.

And that's how I ended up with 15 codes entitling users to all of the nifty preorder goodies available right now and a digital copy of the game when it's released.

But how shall I distribute these codes? Oh, I know. I'll just hide them in the hyperlinks on this page. That's 15 hyperlinks leading directly to GOG.com for redemption.

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Do be a dear and let the other commenters know which one you've redeemed, won't you?

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DISCUSSION

Greg the Mad

Damn! Fooled again buy such a simple system to create a new and to me useless account. My hopes raised, but shortly after shattered by the hard truth.

All codes are gone.

The temptation of a good looking game was to great. The nice graphics, the simple yet deep mechanics and the fact that I could never afford a payment method required for digital distribution made this chance too glorious to be ignored.

Now I'm left in the grim darkness of not being able to play this Role Play Game. Only left with advertisement mails from GOG to remind me of my fate, my despair and the coming ennui.

And so I shall remain, in the land of poor student, where no Grimrock plays.