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Spiderweb Software Permanent Price Drop

Posted by Dave Seaman on Saturday, 8 October 2011

Spiderweb Software Permanent Price Drop

New Low Prices on All Games & October Special!
Oct 3rd, 2011 – On October 3rd, Spiderweb Software (, a stalwart developer of Indie fantasy role-playing games for Windows, Mac, and iPad, will officially lower all of the prices on their website by 20% or more! In addition, for the month of October, all games will be an additional 10% off their new low price. This is an opportunity to get classics like Avadon: The Black Fortress or Avernum 6 for only $18!

Spiderweb Software has been making epic RPGs for 15 years, and they are famous for sprawling dungeons, amazing stories, and attention to detail. With a huge catalog of highly praised games, this is a unique opportunity in their long history. Jeff Vogel, CEO, had this to say about the price drop: 
"In this eternal recession, sometimes the best way to relieve stress is to enter a fantasy world, hunt down some goblins, beat them up, and take their money. Times are changing, and we’re going to change our prices to keep up with them. We promise to provide a maximal amount of monster-punching-money-taking fun for your precious gaming dollar.” 

So take a look at classics like Avernum and Geneforge or take their newest epic saga, Avadon: the Black Fortress for a spin. Free demos are available for all games, along with a fantastic forum to answer questions and welcome you to our community. Find out more at

Spiderweb Software, Inc., an independent game-design company based in Seattle, WA, is fanatically dedicated to creating fun, exciting fantasy role-playing games for Windows, Macintosh, and the iPad. Past titles include the award-winning Exile, Geneforge and Avernum series. More information on the company is available at

*visit the iTunes, App Store and Mac App Store*


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