updated 04:04 pm EDT, Tue June 18, 2013
New offerings, free title kick off GOG annual summer sale
Digital games distributor Good Old Games (GOG) has added System Shock 2, called one of the most influential games in history, to its cross-platform library. In addition to the seminal first-person shooter, the company has also added 10 more titles to its library for the Macintosh, and has made dungeon crawler Torchlight free until 12:59 GMT on June 20 to kick off its "No DRM" summer sale, with daily deals of up to 85 percent off.
The complete list of games made cross-platform for both Windows and Macintosh OS X in this latest update are System Shock 2, Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, Realms of Arkania 1+2, Return to Mysterious Island, Realsm of the Haunting, Normality, Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy, Nox, Megarace 1+2, Atlantis: The Lost Tales, and Jack Orlando, all without digital rights management. The newest additions bring the OS X library to 163 titles, out of 576 titles available on the service.