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GOG.com (formerly Good Old Games) is a computer game sale and distribution service operated by GOG Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of CD Projekt RED based in Warsaw, Poland. GOG delivers "classic" video games through its DRM-free digital platform for Windows and Mac OS X. In March, 2012, it began selling more recent titles such as The Witcher 2, Alan Wake, Assassin's Creed, among many others.

The games can be purchased and downloaded online, and they are distributed without digital rights management. The user does not have to install special client software to download or run the games, although an optional download manager is available. After downloading, the customer retains full ownership to the products: they can be archived on any personal storage media for unlimited time. They are independent of the customer's GOG.com account.

Along with purchasing the games, customers are also able to download numerous extra materials relating to the game they purchased. Often these extras include the game's soundtrack, wallpapers, avatars, and manuals. GOG also offers full customer support for all purchases.

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I LOVE THIS SITE. It's SO GREAT to find my favorite old games from my childhood, and to be able to play them again. And best of all, they all come with emulators included, so you don't have to wrestle with compatibility issues or awkward installation tutorials. It's fantastic.

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