GoodOldGames are running a 'pay what you want' promotion with the entire Interply catalogue - 32 games, 21 soundtracks plus over 700 extra free 'goodies' are up for grabs, and the consumer only pays what they think it's all worth. Be warned though: there is kind of a catch.
Despite essentially being a "Pay what you want" offer, you can't just pick a couple of games and pay what you think they're worth. Instead, what you choose to pay means you will receive one of three pre-defined 'packages':
* Anyone who pays below the 'average' price of the catalogue ($13.45) will receive eight games: Conquest of the New World, M.A.X. & M.A.X. 2, Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business, Shattered Steel, Screamer, Evolva, Kingdom: The Far Reaches, VR Soccer '96 as well as 31 free goodies.
* Anyone who pays between $13.45 and $34.99 will receive the above eight games, as well as an additional 12 games (for a total of twenty games): Freespace + the expansion, Giants: Citizen Kabuto, Descent 3 + expansion, Stonekeep, Castles & Castles 2, Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader, Messiah, Battle Chess Special Edition, Die by the Sword + expansion, Earthworm Jim 3D, F/A-18E Super Hornet, Invictus: Shadow of Olympus as well as 131 free goodies.
* Anyone who pays $34.99 (or above) will get the whole shebang: 32 games, 21 soundtracks & 721 free extra goodies. The last 12 games that are only in this package are: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Freespace 2, Descent + Descent 2, Redneck Rampage Collection, Sacrifice, Earthworm Jim 1 + 2, MDK, MDK 2, Shogo: Mobile Armour Division & Kingpin: Life of Crime
The 'free goodies' include everything from a Fallout-bible, wallpapers, artworks, manuals, soundtracks, videos and more. Consumers can also choose to pay more than $34.99 if they so wish, with the maximum amount you can pay set at $2,500.01.
If you own any of the games on offer already, GOG will provide you with a gift code that you can sell-on/give to someone else, and you can also each package multiple times if you wish to gift it to someone else.
At the time of writing, 88,328 games had been sold, and the highest paying consumer on the Leaderboard is @Nostalgic_Link, who paid $200. You can read more about the offer and get in on the deal by going here.