Not long after the end of the first Spring Sale Goodies Collection giveaway, GOG has returned with the second bundle of freebies. As was the case before, this one includes things you'd receive as goodies upon purchasing a game, like soundtracks, avatars, wallpapers, and even art books.
In case you just want to claim this freebie, just scroll down on the GOG homepage until you get to the banner pictured above.
In this pack you'll get the art books for the 2018 isometric CRPG Pathfinder: Kingmaker- which benefited from the narrative talents of Chris Avellone - and 2016 stealth RTS title Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun.
Moving on to wallpapers and avatars, you get those from 2018's strategy sim Frostpunk, 2019's fantasy adventure Children of Morta, and 2018 action-adventure (with managerial elements) Moonlighter.
Last but not least, you'll receive the soundtrack for Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition and Neverwinter Nights: Darkness Over Daggerford in both MP3 and FLAC format, as well as the OST for Neverwinter Nights: Premium Adventures. The last one of the three is only in MP3 format.
As usual with these things, you have about two days to claim the package, with the giveaway ending on March 29 at 1PM UTC- that's 9AM ET or 6AM PT in the States. Don't forget that the GOG Spring Sale is still ongoing with over 2,500 deals, and is set to conclude on March 30 at 1PM UTC.
Anyone who has played a game of Dungeons and Dragons knows how hard it is to play Dungeons and Dragons regularly. From crazy world-changing things like lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders to mundane things like the babysitter letting you down, it can be incredibly hard to get together around a table and play for four hours.
Of course, the modern world does offer digital alternatives — virtual desktops like Roll20, or just using Hangouts or Skype — but none of them are truly mobile. You still need to be sat at a computer to play, which can be almost as difficult as playing the game in-person.
A new app that's gaining traction on Kickstarter seeks to end the problems of timing and aims to make the Dungeons and Dragons experience genuinely mobile. It's called Fireball, and it looks fantastic.
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