Two GOG sales cut prices on Fez, The Banner Saga, Spelunky, more is offering two concurrent promotions with deep discounts on a variety of games from major publishers and indies such as Fez, Alan Wake and Spelunky, the digital distribution platform announced today.

To mark St. Patrick's Day, the "Luck of the Irish" sale allows customers to put together their own five-game bundles from a selection of 25 titles that are discounted by as much as 90 percent. Any or all of the five choices in the bundle can be a "Pot of Gold," in which GOG will randomly select a game that isn't listed among the 25 options. The deals on that list include Mossmouth's Spelunky for $3 (regularly $14.99), Facepalm Games' The Swapper for $3 (reg. $14.99), Polytron's Fez for $2 (reg. $9.99) and Remedy Entertainment's Alan Wake for $3 (reg. $29.99).

At the same time, the Big Games Big Sale features recent titles discounted by up to 75 percent. That includes Stoic's The Banner Saga for $16.74 (reg. $24.99), Access Games' Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut for $9.99 (reg. $24.99), and The Chinese Room's Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs for $7.99 (reg. $19.99).

The Big Games Big Sale will last through the weekend until 6:59 a.m. ET on Tuesday, March 18. The Luck of the Irish sale runs for the next week; it will expire at 6:09 a.m. ET on Friday, March 21.

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