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Popular online video game store GOG (originally standing for Good Old Games) is offering a neat little deal for Thanksgiving: choose five games from a list of 20 and get them for $10. Amongst the games on offer are Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, Botanicula, Torchlight and Trine.

The ‘Pick 5 & Pay $10′ Black Friday promotion runs for the next week and allows you to practically steal these highly rated titles at $2 a piece.

Seven of the 20 games work on Mac as well as Windows.

Games downloaded from GOG come without any DRM, nor do you need to use any third-party software like Steam or Origin to launch them.

Here’s the full list of games on offer:

  • Torchlight (PC)
  • Resonance (PC)
  • Botanicula (PC/Mac)
  • To the Moon (PC)
  • Gemini Rue (PC)
  • Alan Wake’s American Nightmare (PC)
  • Blackwell Bundle (PC)
  • Uplink: Hacker Elite (PC/Mac)
  • Geneforge 1-5 (PC)
  • Machinarium: Collector’s Edition (PC)
  • SpaceChem (PC/Mac)
  • Defcon (PC/Mac)
  • Trine (PC)
  • Symphony (PC)
  • Darwinia (PC/Mac)
  • Mutant Mudds (PC)
  • Anomaly Warzone Earth (PC/Mac)
  • Multiwinia (PC/Mac)
  • Unmechanical (PC)
  • The Ball (PC)

If you’re looking to pick up bargains for some big name games, you’ll get a chance during Steam’s Thanksgiving sale, which could start any time now. It’s already been confirmed that Torchlight II will be a part of it, and you can expect bucketloads of others to join it. Steam will also have a winter sale in December, if you can wait that long.

Will you be taking advantage of GOG’s deal? Which games will you choose?

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