GoG.com has been in operation for less than six months but the DRM-free PC game download site has already added a ton of classic games to its library of titles. Today GoG.com announced that the 100th game has been added to the site and it happens to be free to download.
The game is a 1994 point-and-click adventure game called Teenagent that comes from Metropolis Software, a developer that's now a part of CD Projekt (GOG.com's parent company). In addition to Teenagent, GoG.com has made available Septerra Core, a 1999 RPG title from Valkyrie Software. That game will set you back $5.99 and comes with free wallpaper, artwork and maps.