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This weekend, redemption is spelled ‘GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS’. Commit that code to memory and repeat it in the appropriate box over at Green Man Gaming and you can be playing Tomb Raider, a wonderful game about falling over and shouting a lot, for 20% less money than you otherwise might. The voucher is valid until 5pm GMT next Friday. It’ll also significantly cheapen SimCity in all territories but the US and Canada, and cut a sizeable monetary chunk off a great deal else.

Here’s how best to exploit our lovely voucher over the course of the next week. In a 48-hour deal starting Thursday, you can get 50% off Football Manager 2013, and glean the benefits of this week’s January Transfer Update.

Between Saturday and Monday, you’ll be able to get 50% off Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed - best played on PC, where you can steer TF2’s pyro about famous gaming landscapes.

Sunday to Tuesday sees a 50% price cut to The Cave, Ron Gilbert’s flawed post-Limbo adventure game which we can highly recommend if you’ve a spare evening and a willing nearby friend or two to drag through local co-op.

From Friday to Monday, GMG will knock 75% off the entire Killing Floor franchise, and 75% off Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad and its digital deluxe edition. That makes next week the perfect time to introduce yourself to the back catalogue of former Make Something Unreal heroes Tripwire.

Left-out SimCity chums in the US and Canada can still make use of the code to nab $10 GMG Credit and $7 Cash Back when purchasing Maxis’ wonky opus, which is quite nice.

What else? Oh yes - last week’s chance to get two free and very good games when pre-ordering BioShock Infinite still stands if you’re outside the US and Canada, where pre-orders will have to make do with $15 GMG Credit or $14 Cash Back. Included in the deal are the original BioShock, and one of the following: 

  • Spec Ops: The Line
  • Civilization V
  • The Darkness 2
  • Mafia 2
  • BioShock 2

Pick the latter and you’ll be prepped to play through the whole series to date before Infinite’s release on March 26.

Finally, here’s a code for 30% off Sniper Ghost Warrior, which you’ll want to use before 5pm GMT on Monday: GMG30-OUZDR-HM1ZK.

Full disclosure: Green Man Gaming are our advertisers and sponsors. We're very happy to work with them and tell you about their offers, sales and deals, but they have no editorial approval over anything we write. Without their help, Julian would only have one Alfa Romeo.

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